Weaving memories of lessons he learned growing up in the Central Valley of California, author Bob Whitworth takes you with him, giving you a glimpse, through his eyes, into the sights, sounds, smells and feelings during a year as a drafted combat infantry soldier in Vietnam.

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Drafted by the U.S. Army in 1967, Bob came home 2 years later with a lifetime of memories...

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It is not only the story of one man, but also of his platoon; one that can be identified with by every combat infantry soldier. You will relate with him, either because of your own experience, the experience of someone you know, or because you’ve wondered how you yourself might have endured a similar situation.

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About Bob

Bob Whitworth

Bob was drafted by the U.S. Army in 1967 and was sent to Vietnam as a combat infantryman. He came home in April of 1969. After his service in Vietnam, Bob continually struggled with nightmares, haunting memories of the war, and the continuing effects of malaria. He depended on the Bible for answers to his deep questions.
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