by Sergeant Clyde Hoch
The second, and revised edition of Sergeant Clyde Hoch's experiences as a US Marine tanker in Vietnam. Written for remembrance of his comrades who gave their lives in service to the country and provides the once-in-a-historical-age introduction of armored warfare to the deep, dense valleys of Vietnam. It’s a mad collision of military technology, firepower, politics and humanity. He will say these are just stories of ordinary American boys doing what American boys do when deployed and in combat downrange, but he masterfully captures something raw and real in his first person accounts. His award-winning books include B.A.R. Man, A Tribute to Tankers, A Man Down, Albion, his first foray into fiction, and God Help Me (Because No One Else Will), written to aid veterans in coping with debilitating symptoms of PTSD.