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Vietnam No Regrets by J. Richard Watkins

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Published by Bay State Publishing .
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  • Biographies & Memoirs / Memoirs

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The Physical Object
FormatMass Market Paperback
Number of Pages244
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11840274M
ISBN 100979362903
ISBN 109780979362903
OCLC/WorldCa419266236

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Vietnam No Regrets is the story of a soldier who volunteers to fight for his country in Vietnam. He would have no idea of what he will have to go through to leave the killing fields of Vietnam alive/5. A heart-wrenching memoir recounted in an unfiltered, no-holds-barred manner, Vietnam: No Regrets takes the reader straight into the heart of one of the most controversial extended episodes in our nation’s history, painting the gruesome conflict in a graphic, vivid light – /5. Vietnam: No Regrets: One Soldier's Tour of Duty by Watkins, J. Richard () Paperback [J Richard Watkins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(). out of 5 stars Vietnam, No Regrets. Reviewed in the United States on June 4, Verified Purchase. I am just finishing this book and that I bought based on the reviews I read before getting it. The book is a well written book about what Combat Soldiers goes though from the time they arrive in country and through their tour. I know /5().

The writing is not exactly first class or polished, but the story is clear. I was a bit frustrated with the repetition throughout the book, but that's just inexperience at writing. The story itself is worth the effort to read. As a helicopter pilot in Vietnam, I often wondered what it was like for the ground troops/5().   Richard Watkins' "Vietnam: No Regrets" is an essential read and an important, intelligently written memoir that will bring nuances and innuendo about this tragic slice of American history to life in a rare, unforgettable and vibrant way!Author: J. Richard Watkins.   But decades later, he started to write his war experiences down for his family and turned it into a book that's out now. It's called, "Vietnam: No Regrets. One Soldier's Tour Of Duty," excerpted.   A heart-wrenching memoir recounted in an unfiltered, no-holds-barred manner, Vietnam: No Regrets takes the reader straight into the heart of one of the most controversial extended episodes in our nation's history, painting the gruesome conflict in a graphic, vivid light - undeniably real and Carroll, Apex Reviews_____This is your opportunity to share this once in a lifetime Pages:

Vietnam: No Regrets by J. Richard Watkins | Books in Review. J. Richard Watkins’ Vietnam: No Regrets: One Soldier’s Tour of Duty (Bay State Publishing, pp., $, paper) is a well-written, mostly chronological account of the author’s tour of duty in Vietnam with A Company, 1/27th, the Wolfhounds of the Army’s 25th Infantry Division. What did you like most about Vietnam: No Regrets? The total lack of political judgement or macho nonsense displayed by the author. This really is an ordinary "grunts" experience of day to . There is now a book that everyone can read and understand what a year in Vietnam was truly like. Told through the eyes of one soldier who was lucky enough to have been allowed to survive. Throughout the pages of Vietnam: No Regrets, author and Vietnam veteran J. Richard Watkins steps directly in the gap and fills that void in standout fashion/5(). Vietnam No Regrets: One Soldier's Tour of Duty. K likes. Vietnam No Regrets is a grunt's eye view of the real war that took place in the jungles and Followers: K.