Comrades in Arms
How the Ameri-Cong Won the Vietnam War Against the Common Enemy – America.
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service for this country and the cause of freedom.”” LT. COL ROBERT K. BROWN,
publisher, Soldier of Fortune, Capt. Army Intelligence, Special Forces, 1st
Infantry,Phoenix Program Vietnam 1968-1971. sofmag.com.
Forsaken: The Vietnam War, 1954-1965, and Phoenix and the Birds of Prey:
Counterinsurgency and Counterterrorism in Vietnam.
magazine. Warrant Officer, California State Military Reserve; US Army
Signal Corps, Westinghouse Broadcasting, Time Magazine. Vietnam,
Lt. Civil Affairs Officer, US Army, 5th Special Forces Group
(airborne) 1967-1968. www.viet-myths.net
encourage them…Canfield focuses the spotlight on this conduct so the full history can be known.” B.G.
“JUG” BURKETT, co-author Stolen Valor: How the Vietnam Generation Was Robbed of Its Heroes and Its
History. 1st Lt., US Army, 199th Light Infantry Brigade, Vietnam.
Reckless Disregard, War Crimes
Author Vietnamese Communism: Its Origin and
Development, Editor The Real Lessons of the Vietnam War: Reflections
Twenty-Five Years After the Fall of Saigon. Capt. US Army Vietnam JUSPAO, American Embassy, Saigon.
achievement.” FEDORA, Free Republic.
Just Peace, 1971, contributing editor familysecuritymatters.org, blogs on Maggie’s Farm.
written about what is happening now [in Iraq and Afghanistan].” RODNEY DALE, Texas
Education Institute, Author Bamboo Gulag, The Viet Kieu in
America and The Vietnamese Boat People. SACEI07.org.
vital piece of work, necessary to any meaningful comprehension.” BILL LAURIE, Co-author Whitewash Blackwash: Myths of the Vietnam War, 1st Lt. US Army (Ret) and
defense attaché (1971-1975).
VICTOR COMERCHERO, Sacramento State Univ., former radical antiwar activist.
Times, History Channel, POW (1968-73), Vietnam: US Marines, 1956-1959,
International Voluntary Services (IVS), 1963-65; Foreign Service Officer,
crowd…A real jewel. Will make research of other Vietnam War scholars much
easier.” LT. COL. JAMES K. BRUTON, US Army SFT, Counterinsurgency Vietnam 1972.
Record Straight Webmaster, Swift Boats Veterans and POWs for Truth,
Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, New Mobilization, Student Mobe, Washington Mobe and
correspondent in So. Vietnam. Co-author The Human Cost of Communism in Vietnam, 1972.
military in Vietnam with pro-Communist propaganda and disinformation campaigns in America.” JAMES
McLEROY, 1st Lt., Army Special Forces, I Corps, 1967-68.
“Takes the whole antiwar-activists-as-sincere-liberators myth and trashes it… sets fire to the pile of pieces. Wow. A… truly monumental
achievement.” R. J. DEL VECCHIO Co-author Whitewash Blackwash: Myths of the Vietnam War, Cpl. Marine combat photographer, 1st Marine Division, Vietnam (1967-8),
HUYNH, son of Gen. Huynh Cao
HUYNH VAN CAO, Cdr. ARVN, 7th Division, 1961-63.
mischievous acts of the anti-war liberals and leftists in the USA and all
over the world. Joachim Le