In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War - Chapter 5: Duty Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5: Duty Summary and Analysis

Doc Macleod had finished his residency in Toronto. He planned to be a surgeon and figured he'd get a lot of practice on the ground in Vietnam. Sometimes Wolff would accompany Macleod on his calls to various outposts in the province. The people in this area were mainly farmers and were often attacked by Vietcong. Macleod would entrust Wolff to handle minor injuries, cuts and blisters. On one of these occasions he met Sergeant Fisher whose lieutenant had just been killed. Fisher had seen his lieutenant literally blown apart. Fisher was stranded by himself but was dedicated to the people in the village. Wolff invited him to fly back with them but Fisher apparently felt duty bound to the people and stayed.

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