War in I Corps
"We were fighting the NVA and our own leadership,
and both seemed equally determined to kill us. . . ."
In 1967, one of the hottest areas in Vietnam was the so-called Demilitarized Zone in northern I Corps, where the NVA had abundant troops and in many places could call up massive artillery firepower--against Marines in the field or as counterbattery. For thirteen months, author Richard Guidry, a young black Marine from Texas, fought there as an infantryman in Bravo, 1/4, in some of the war's worst infantry combat.
In riveting, relentless, bloody detail, Guidry captures jungle, mountain, and grassland battles, where death could erupt in a second, your best friend could vanish without warning, and you could become just another loved one's memory.
Such was life along the DMZ.
Specifications of War in I Corps
|Author||Richard A. Guidry|
|Binding||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number Of Pages||256|
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