With uncommon insight and raw honesty, a retired CIA operative and one of the few veterans to see the Vietnam conflict from beginning to end captures the stark realities of jungle combat, heavy casualties, and heroic sacrifice in this powerful account of the war....
|Title||:||Last Man Out: A Personal Account of the Vietnam War|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||352 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Last Man Out: A Personal Account of the Vietnam War Reviews
Great book, I have an autographed copy from Parker, when I was at the CIA
Very good nonfiction about a soldier from North Carolina; traces his experiences from CBT to leading a combat platoon in Vietnam to his return as a CIA agent. Takes a balanced position - honors the troops. Great read for all Vietnam era veterans.
The story of the evacuation of the US embassey when South Vietnam finally fell to the communist forces.
So sad but good