A Sniper in the Arizona: 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines in the by John Culbertson PDF

By John Culbertson

ISBN-10: 0804118701

ISBN-13: 9780804118705

"Morning used to be continually a welcome sight to us.  It intended issues. the 1st was once that we have been nonetheless alive. . . ."

In 1967, dying used to be the consistent significant other of the Marines of resort corporation, 2/5, as they patrolled the paddy dikes, dust, and mountains of the Arizona Territory southwest of Da Nang. yet John Culbertson and lots of the remainder of lodge corporation have been an identical lean, struggling with Marines who had survived the carnage of Operation Tuscaloosa. Hotel's grunts walked over the enemy, no longer round him.

In picture phrases, John Culbertson describes the day-by-day, harmful lifetime of a soldier scuffling with in a rustic the place the enemy was once usually indistinguishable from the allies, fought tenaciously, and notion not anything of utilizing civilians as a safeguard. notwithstanding he was once one of many most sensible marksmen in 1st Marine department Sniper tuition in Da Nang in March 1967--a category of simply eighteen, selected from the division's twenty thousand Marines--Culbertson knew that opposed to the VC and the NVA, sturdy education and adventure may hold you simply to this point. yet his company's undertaking was once to discover and have interaction the enemy, regardless of the rate. This riveting, bloody first-person account deals a stark testimony to the stuff U.S. Marines are made from.

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