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Fallen Angels Themes

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Themes

Plans

Nothing goes as expected in this book. From large plans to small plans, nothing goes off without a hitch. From the start, the GIs are being told that the fighting is almost over, but four months later Perry is still in Vietnam. Once there, the GIs are also hearing rumors about truces and going to Hawaii. Changing plans is an everyday part of their lives, as Perry demonstrates when he hears about a new mission and says, "Like half the plans that came down from regiment, this one was canceled."

On a smaller scale, the helicopters are frequently late to pick them up or people disagree about what the next mission is. As organized as the military tries to be, or presents itself as, Perry gets a first hand look at the realities. No matter how many plans there are and how well organized they are, life thwarts...

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