By Jim Akers
See what warfare is like from a soldier's standpoint, and examine extra approximately what truly occurred throughout the Vietnam struggle. learn Jim Akers' own money owed and suppressed thoughts of his time spent as a soldier in Vietnam in his booklet, One Soldier's tale: My Time in Vietnam 1968-1969, and you may achieve a brand new viewpoint in this notorious war.
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Jim Akers is a veteran soldier of the U.S. military. in the course of his provider, he was once promoted to sergeant and squad chief, as well as being presented 2 Bronze big name Medals and four Air Medals.
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