3 thoughts on “Blood, Sweat And Honor”

  1. I just finished reading this book I thought it was a great read.The reason I bought the book is because I was wounded on the morning of July 5th 1967,after being in country only 28 days.I believe it was operation Buffalo,or Cimmeron? I was assigned to F/2/9/3rd Marine division.Because I was there such a short time I really didn’t get to know names,or maybe because we were always under heavy fire and I was more focused on staying alive,that I don’t remember names.at any rate the book was purchased so my children would better understand what I did over there.My M.O.S.was 0351,To my recollection,the 3rd of July I remember hearing rumors of B/2/9 was being overrun by the NVA?on the eve of the 4th we were getting heavy fire and NVA were in our area heavy.We moved to higher ground that evening,we got hit hard by mortars the morning of the 5th,and I was medivacd.Semper Fi.Lynn B Webster L/CPL.

    1. what is the website for ordering your book i severd as a disbursing clreck to 1st battalion 9th marines at camp hansen i was billited with a/1-9-3 did both my times stationed on okinawa so we probly visted the same bars in kin villige semper fi. brother sgt t.a dicks 2008269/3421

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