There Are No Drafted Captains: A Memoir of Non-Combat Heroism in the Viet Nam Era
List Price: $9.95
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 2.76" wide x 59.84" long x 90.16" tall
Fortunately, not everyone who was on active duty during the Viet Nam era went to war, but they didn't miss all the action. Although no one was shooting at them, non-combat officers were heroically engaged in the age-old battles against military logic, rules, and bureaucracy. This is the memoir of Captain William Stone, who not only led the first systematic critique of Mexican food available near the White Sands Missile Range and singlehandedly revised the wording on the mess-hall inspection formhe also cleverly got his men out of morning formations and was killed twice during exercises. On active duty, he courageously rode in helicopters, was ruled the victor in an Inspector- General More...
100% Money Back Guarantee: Wrong item? No problem! Our hassle-free
returns policy has you covered.
We'll also process your order within 1-2 business days. Learn more about our