In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War - Chapter 4: Close Calls Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Close Calls Summary and Analysis

There were so many ways to die such as minefields, snipers, guerrillas, and even the Vietnamese soldiers in their battalion who could turn on him. He could envision his head hanging in a Quonset hut as a trophy of war. Wolff had been shot at more than once. Being shot at wasn't a really what he considered a close call. His first one came on Easter when he attended services at a Catholic church—the only one he'd seen over there. Wolff and Benet went to a market after church. Wolff waited in the car while Benet dashed into the market. He leaned back in his seat and started to drift off. Suddenly, everything was silent—the silence literally woke him up. Other market goers began to back up and make a wide berth around...

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