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About Face Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 20-22 Summary

David Hackworth
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Chapters 20-22 Summary and Analysis

Hackworth spent a few days in Saigon before going to Pleiko. General Ewell invited Hackworth to dinner and asked him to work in his G-3 section, but Hackworth didn't want to do this. This cost him the chance to command a brigade in Vietnam. In his job with Timothy, Hackworth would work with many others in trying to turn the war over to the South Vietnamese. Most of his time was spent writing reports.

When Secretary of the Army Stanley Resor visited Vietnam, he met with Hackworth. Hackworth told Resor the United States was losing the war at a faster rate. Resor asked for his recommendations. Hackworth recommended more competent advisors.

In November 1969, Hackworth was vassigned as advisor to the Airborne Division. He returned to the United States in between assignments and decided his marriage to Patty was over. He returned to Vietnam...

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