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5 thoughts on “Warriors An Infantryman's Memoir of Vietnam

  1. Manuel Manuel says:

    What I liked about this book when compared to other Vietnam War autobiographies is that it gives a good idea of the social aspects and problematics of the conflict Specially the leadership aspect being a company commander he deals both with the problem of motivating enlisted man to do the job at hand and with the demands posted onto to him by battalion and brigade commandTonsetic also explains his motivations to join the army and how his opinion of the war changed while on the field describes the mood in rear bases specially the latent conflict between grunts and REMF paints an interesting picture about the sharp contrast of life stile between company grade officers and field grade officersFor a book based on the experiences of one individual for a limited amount of time it gives a remarkably good idea of the problems intrinsic to the conflict as a whole


  2. Jeff Seeger Jeff Seeger says:

    I don't read a lot of true war books but this one was great Game a real inside perspective of the day to day The subject matter was exciting but the writing was dry It read like a debriefing report


  3. Scott Scott says:

    Good look at a rifle company commander in Vietnam Tonsetic tells a good tale ending in some combat fatigue It's a good read for those who like to do too much


  4. Bryan Bryan says:

    Days of Valor is a better Tonsetic work


  5. Patrick Carroll Patrick Carroll says:

    I enjoyed this gave me a real feel for the situation and the fact that most soldiering is sitting around being bored waiting for short periods of chaos and terror


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Warriors An Infantryman's Memoir of Vietnam [PDF / Epub] ★ Warriors An Infantryman's Memoir of Vietnam By Robert Tonsetic – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk On the ground in the air and behind the lines grunts made life and death decisions every day—and endured the worst stress of their young lives It was the tumultuous year 1968 and Robert Tonsetic was On the ground in Infantryman's Memoir PDF/EPUB ê the air and behind the lines grunts made life and death decisions every day—and endured the worst stress of their young lives It was the tumultuous year and Robert Tonsetic was Rifle Company Warriors An PDF or commander of the th Battalion th Infantry in Vietnam He took over a group of grunts demoralized by defeat but determined to get even Through the legendary Tet and May Offensives he led trained and risked his life with An Infantryman's Memoir ePUB ↠ these brave men and this is the thrilling brutal and honest story of his tour of duty Tonsetic tells of leading a seriously undermanned ready reaction force into a fierce three day battle with a ruthless enemy battalion; conducting surreal night airmobile assaults and treks through fetid pitch black jungles; and relieving combat stress by fishing with hand grenades and taking secret joyrides in HueysDuring that fateful year as unrest erupted at home and politicians groped for a way out of the war Tonsetic and his men did their job as soldiers and earned the title “Warriors”.