Published January 4, 1999
by Greenhill Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
This book provides a fresh approach to understanding the American combat soldier's experience in Vietnam. It integrates such topics as the political culture, the experiences of training, the actual Vietnam experience, and the 'homecoming', and offers a remarkable overview of the , 'grunts' who bore the brunt of the fighting in the jungles and highlands of South Vietnam, and eventually Cited by: 9. Fifty years after the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, authorizing US forces to defend South Vietnam, this incredible book arrives with a one-stop visual tour of every item of gear employed by American infantrymen in the long years of battle that followed. With over 2, photos accompanied by Author: Antonio Arques. Fifty years after the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, authorizing US forces to defend South Vietnam, this incredible book arrives with a one-stop visual tour of every item of gear employed by American infantrymen in the long years of battle that over 2, photos accompanied by insightful text (did we know that the US buildup was so sudden that initial divisions h/5. Greenhill Books Grunts: U.S. Infantry in Vietnam (G.I.: The Illustrated History of the American Soldier, His Uniform, and His Equipment) $ Quantity. Add to Cart. Illustrated throughout, this addition to the G.I. Series shows what the 'Grunts' actually wore in the field and how Army regulations were adapted to meet the needs of the men in Brand: Greenhill Books.
Get this from a library! Grunts: U.S. Infantry in Vietnam. [Christopher J Anderson] -- Provides photographs and descriptions of the uniforms worn and weapons and equipment used by members of the U.S. Infantry during the Vietnam War. In Grunts: Inside the American Infantry Combat Experience, World War II Through Iraq, military historian John McManus argues that no matter how technologically advanced the United States military becomes, no weapon or force is more important to success on the battlefield than the American combat prove his point, McManus takes his readers on a journey through American 4/5(14). US Infantry - Vietnam. Book by Jim Mesko. Squadron Signal Books. 'Grunts' slugging it out in a vicious no-quarter guerrilla war waged in the hot steamy jungles of Vietnam. Includes an overview of operations in Vietnam from the first US involvment to US withdrawal. Also covers weapons and equipment. photos, 51 detail drawings, 4 maps, Grunt: A Pictorial Report on the US Infantry’s Gear and Life During the Vietnam War- Hardcover: pages Publisher: Andrea Press (J ) Language: English ISBN X Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds ราคา 3, บาท.
The Grunts Charles R. Anderson The grunts are the line infantry, the men who actually fought the war in Vietnam. Who humped up one worthless hill after another, searching for an elusive enemy. Who were as likely to be killed. Get this from a library! Grunts: U.S. Infantry in Vietnam. [Christopher J Anderson] -- These books run the gamut of U.S. fighting men's land wartime experiences from the American Revolution to the recent history of the Army and Marine Corps. Each series selection is depicted by. GRUNT: A Pictorial Report on the US Infantry’s Gear and Life During the Vietnam War , by Antonio Arques (ISBN , Andre Press, distributed in the U.S. by Casemate Publishers LLC, Darby Rd, Havertown, PA ; (); Hardcover, 9” x 12”, pages, full color illustrations, , $). A good well written, easy to read autobiography. Thank you for all the details of life in the Army and Vietnam, and above all your positive attitude for life, family, and , San Diego, California. 5/1/ I just finished reading your book. I DEFINITELY want to buy a copy of it as soon as it.