[John Leppelman] Blood on the Risers An Airborne Soldier's Thirty five Months in Vietnam [latin american literature Book] Kindle ePUB – DOC, Kindle eBook and Epub Read

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Nths of fruitless effort looking for the enemy watched as his budies died because of lousy leadership and lousy I don t generally go for the military genre but this is an amazing journey through the Vietnam War It s shoot from the hip in your face Airborne All The Way Dirty bloody painful and touching You feel like a bad ass just reading it Thesaurus of the Senses reading it

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Blood on the Risers An Airborne Soldier's Thirty five Months in Vietnam

Weapons He saw the war as few others did and lives to tell about the valor and sacrifice that outlived the dea Such a good book I originally was reuired to read it for a college history class that I took and have now read it 3 times I enjoyed the real life stories from Leppelman and how he didn t leave many details out Imagimorphia reuired to The Book of Beginnings read it for a college history class that I took and have now The Homelanders (The Homelanders, read it 3 times I enjoyed the Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. real life stories from Leppelman and how he didn t leave many details out

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From Dak To to the Tet Offensive John Leppelman saw it all In three tours of duty he made combat jumps spent mo MAN THIS IS AS REAL AS IT GETS It is a GREAT read but there is nothing poetic or poignant it is stark and brutal reality of what the fighting men went through to secure our FREEDOM from enemies when our government sent them into the fray whether or not they agreed with the politics they fought for the guy beside them not for some politician that didn t know their ass from a hole in the ground They fought for their buddies and all too often they died for them tooGOD bless the American soldiers Thanks for all ya ll do


10 thoughts on “Blood on the Risers An Airborne Soldier's Thirty five Months in Vietnam

  1. says:

    I've just finished this and although it took me 3 months to read this wasn't because it's not worth reading In fact it's than worth spending your money on The reason it took so long is because I go so angry in places I had to put the book down and walk away from it Not angry with 'Lepp' but with the way he and all the other 'grunts' and every day men boys were treated and dealt with His honesty with regards to mistakes made and the situatio

  2. says:

    The writing is basic which makes for uick readingThe stories are unbelievable and will make you think long and hard about w

  3. says:

    MAN THIS IS AS REAL AS IT GETS It is a GREAT read but there is nothing poetic or poignant it is stark and brutal reality of what the fighting men went through to secure our FREEDOM from enemies when our government sent them into the fray whether or not they agreed with the politics they fought for the guy beside

  4. says:

    I've read a good handful of books dealing with experiences in Vietnam and this book has to be my favoriteWhat makes this book uniue

  5. says:

    The author served in Vietnam as a paratrooper with the elite 173rd Airborne and spent months in the jungles in the Central

  6. says:

    I don't generally go for the military genre but this is an amazing journey through the Vietnam War It's shoot from the hip in your face Airborne All The Way Dirty bloody painful and touching You feel like a bad ass just reading it

  7. says:

    OutstandingJust a great book from start to finish Well written and the writer puts you in his shoes A great look into our fighting men and the heroes that were forgotten by an ungrateful nation

  8. says:

    Such a good book I originally was reuired to read it for a college history class that I took and have now read it 3 times

  9. says:

    Great and easy read what a story

  10. says:

    Great book Learned a lot about the Vietnam War and this guy seen a lot of crazy stuff and lived

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