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Called To Serve
Called To Serve
Author: James "Bo" Gritz
In his stunning 2nd book, Col. Bo Gritz lifts the veil of National Security to reveal how U.S. Forces have been used as tools by international elitists; precisely which high-level federal officials, guilty of drug trafficking, prevent American POWs from coming home; specifically how narcotics are used to pay for U.S and Israeli covert operations...  more »
ISBN: 310665
Publication Date: 5/1991
Pages: 627
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Publisher: Lazarus Publishing Co.
Book Type: Hardcover
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I don't subscribe to all of Bo Gritz political views but this book was a shocker!

The first portion of the book is an autobiography with many recollections of Bo Gritz' military experiences, particularly in Viet Nam and the vicinity during the Viet Nam War.
He details some of the attempts to locate and liberate POW/MIAs that he was involved in.

His material regarding the JFK assassination while old still has some interesting theories.

"Called To Serve" besides being a very good autobiography of a Special Forces icon, also explains the drug connection to the Viet Nam War via the Golden Triangle.