LRRP Team Leader: A Memoir Of Vietnam by John BurfordLRRP Team Leader: A Memoir Of Vietnam by John Burford

LRRP Team Leader: A Memoir Of Vietnam

byJohn Burford

Mass Market Paperback | May 1, 1994

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Vietnam, 1968. All of Sergeant John Burford's missions with F Company, 58th Infantry were deep in hostile territory. As leader of a six-man LRRP team, he found the enemy, staged ambushes, called in precision strikes, and rescued downed pilots. The lives of the entire team depended on his leadership and their combined skill and guts. A single mistake--a moment of panic--could mean death for everyone.
Sergeant John Burford was the leader of F Company, 58th Infantry during the Vietnam War. He is the author of LRRP Team Leader: A Memoir of Vietnam.
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Title:LRRP Team Leader: A Memoir Of VietnamFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 6.88 × 4.2 × 0.49 inPublished:May 1, 1994Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0804110514

ISBN - 13:9780804110518

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this book Being a Canadian born in 1990, the Vietnam War doesn't have a lot of meaning for me. However, I enjoy both the subjects of military and history. So when I found this book, I decided to read it. It became one of my favourite non-fiction war books I have ever read. I enjoy John's descriptiveness of all his escapades and adventures in Vietnam. The book is at times so hilarious I was laughing out loud, and other times the book was so chilling it slowed my breath. Above all, this is the real deal: no John Wayne or Mel Gibson here. This is what the Vietnam War was. I highly recommend this book to anybody who enjoys non-fiction war stories.
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Vietnam 1968: All of Sergeant John Burford's missions with F Company, 58th Infantry were deep in hostile territory. As leader of a six-man LRRP team, he found the enemy, staged ambushes, called in precision strikes, and rescued downed pilots. One mistake--one moment of panic--could mean death for everyone. Origial