By Warren Robinson
Warren Robinson deliberate to visit legislations institution after finishing his undergraduate measure. He observed a occupation in legislation as an opportunity to depart his small place of origin for a brand new existence within the sizeable city.
In once more, Robinson may have accomplished his aim, however the yr was once 1967, and the Vietnam warfare used to be attaining its bloody top. realizing he will be drafted if he went forward together with his plans, Robinson requested for his identify to be placed on the most sensible of his community’s selective carrier record. Doing so intended he’d have years of army provider, after which he may go back to legislation school.
A higher energy had different plans for the younger man.
In Vietnam, Robinson could understand moments of abject terror. He’d additionally event the camaraderie and loyalty that got here from serving within the US First Infantry department. And one evening, on shield accountability in a area full of enemy job, he might obtain a divine promise that may form his existence, either in the course of his army carrier and again home.
Remembering Vietnam: A Veteran’s Story is a profound tribute to the hundreds of thousands of carrier participants who placed their lives at the line in a opposed land.
Profits from the sale of this e-book could be shared with veteran's charities to aid help wounded veterans and their families.
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