“LONG DAZE AT LONG BINH”
1966 ad for the Ronson Comet butane lighter. Must have been a hell of an ad campaign since Steve got two of 'em for Christmas, both sent to him in Nam. The only 2 gifts he received that year— what are the odds?
NOTE: This book is not about
combat. It's a lighthearted
but information-packed look
at what life was like for some
of the 2.5 million American non-combatants who spent
a year in Vietnam but rarely
(if ever) found it necessary
to pull a trigger.
THE FIRST REVIEWS ARE IN!
(Read the full text of reviews by
clicking on the link at bottom)
"INTELLIGENT, INFORMATIVE & ENTERTAINING"
Susan Fitzpatrick, Attorney, Albany NY (review below)
"REFRESHING, MOSTLY LIGHTHEARTED"
Don Mathison, Marine Corps vet, Verona WI (see below)
"VERY NICE READ, 5 OUT OF 5 STARS"
Amazon Verified Reviewer TJJ2004 (review below)
"BEST BOOK ABOUT 'REAR ECHELON' LIFE IN
NAM, NOBODY WILL TOP IT ANY TIME SOON"
David Willson, reviewer, Vietnam Veterans of America
(Books in Review II, The VVA Veteran) (below)
"THANKS FOR BRINGING OUT THE HUMOR"
Mary Spencer, Retired Nurse, Henderson NV (below)
"THE FRIENDLY GOOD HUMOR DRAWS YOU IN"
Steve Guggenheim, Psychologist, New Rochelle NY (below)
"ONE OF THE BETTER BOOKS I'VE READ"
Amazon Verified Reviewer “Powerhouse Pete” (below)
"A WITTY EXPOSE OF BEHIND-THE-SCENES
MILITARY LIFE IN VIETNAM"
Mike Day, Reviewer for VFW Post 10556, Boca Raton, FL
VFW Post 10556 newsletter, Aug. 2018 (below)
"FUN AND REFRESHING"
Dave McMillan, Vietnam vet, Anacortes WA (see below)
"A UNIQUE AND VALUED CONTRIBUTION
TO THE GROWING VIETNAM WAR LIBRARY"
Midwest Book Review, Feb. 2018 issue (Military Shelf)
"FUNNY AND INTERESTING WITHOUT
MAKING LIGHT OF WAR IN ANY WAY"
Asia McKain, reviewer, The Lost Art of Reading (below)