Five Years to Freedom: The True Story of a Vietnam POW Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

James N. Rowe
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Chapter One

• The author of the story, James N. Rowe, is stationed at Tan Phu in an effort to coordinate communication between Tan Phu and Camau.

• Rowe learns that there's to be an operation in which forces from the camp are to go to Le Coeur to drive out Vietcong forces.

• The plan is for one group to attack the hamlet while two other groups set up for an ambush if any escape the main attack.

• Rowe notes that there are some flaws in the plan, including the lack of fire support as the groups return.

• The plan continually has problems, and the men are finally ambushed by the Vietcong.

Chapter Two

• Rowe arrives in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in 1961; Rowe and the others begin a rigorous regimen of training.

• As a member of the Special Forces, Rowe is chosen to study Chinese and he spends some time in...

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