Fields of Fire Themes

James Webb
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The Vietnam war became a physical and mental part of the men who fought side by side every day in the bush. It was part of their blood. They had no idea what they were getting into, but faced the challenges like men. They were strong and proud to be part of it.

None really understood what they were fighting for, or why this war even existed, but they didn't question it. They would talk among themselves regarding the things they were doing and the rules that were passed down to them from their superior officers, but they stuck together. These men became intertwined with one another, regardless of race or religion. They had each other's backs and would go into the deepest of trenches in the middle of open fire from the enemy to retrieve a fallen brother. Their skill, bravery, and...

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