In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War - Chapter 6: A Federal Offense Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: A Federal Offense Summary and Analysis

Wolff's father sent him a belated Christmas card telling him he was proud of him. His father had gotten out of jail and was living in Manhattan Beach, California. Wolff hadn't heard from him in years. After Wolff's orders for Vietnam had come in, he made a quick visit to see his father. He surprised his father who was stunned to see his now grown son in military uniform. It was an awkward reunion. His father's appearance had also changed drastically over the years. His face was puffy—his nose looked like a cauliflower crown. His father insisted that he keep a pair of aviator sunglasses he loaned him. Perhaps it was symbolic of the many absent years and missing presents.

His father's apartment was small but well furnished. He always had the best...

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