If you like the Vietnam war stories, this one covers the view from threee perspectives - the soldier, his girl, and the commanders who must send the troops into harms way.
Anyone who has read CHARLIE MIKE by Lt. Col. Leonard B. Scott can appreciate the excitement of discovering a sequal. CHARLIE MIKE is one of the few books about Vietnam--any war, for that matter--that tells what it is like to be a member of an elite fighting unit through the eyes of the men involved. THE LAST RUN is just that. The surviving Rangers of CHARLIE MIKE, plus some new characters, are joined together for another mission....Scott tells the story in plain, readable English but with an ironic humor often heard in a career soldier's language.
You don't choose your comrades in war-they are assigned to you.And there,in the jungle,where there is no past or future,men from totally different backgrounds forget their differencesand struggle with the basic question of survival.This is an action-packed story of loyalty in war- and of the unseen wounds our veterans brought home.
You don't choose your comrades in war--they are assigned to you. In the jungle, there is no past or future, and men from totally different backgrounds forget their differences and struggle to survive and help you survive, in this unforgettable novel of Vietnam.