By Billy R. Robbins
Read alongside because the writer and his ABU Brothers describe their day by day lives as teenage “boys” carrying out strive against in the course of a hundred and ten levels days, wet nights, and while every little thing they touched appeared to blow up of their faces–or blew-off a foot–while the stench of rotting enemy corpse spoiled any concept of eating a meal, or gaining useful sleep or relaxation. these courageous American “boys” fought opposed to pro foes in south Viet Nam–and gutless American politicians–yet these “boys” fought like professional warriors, evolving into males, sacrificing themselves, persevering, simply because they have been American Brothers United . . . And with God . . . holding the United States free.
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American Brothers United by Billy R. Robbins