You May Have Read About Legendary Marine Snipers Hathcock And Burke Before But In This Over 9,000 Word Short Story Based On Actual Events, Burgess Puts You Right Beside Them Watching The Very Things That Made Them Legends Unlike Other Biographers, He Adds Answers To Details That Many Never Knew At The Time If You Fought In Nam You May Have Wondered At These Too For Instance How Did The Enemy Move So Easily Through The Jungle In Total Darkness How Did They Avoid Booby Traps Set By Their Own People How Did They Disappear So Quickly If Your Buddy Was Killed In A Firefight, Why Was His Body Never Found As You Go Along With Marine Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock And Lance Corporal John R Burke On These Legendary Missions Watch How They Unravel Various Clues In Their Search For A Sniper After That, You Too Will Know The Answers To These Long Ago Mysteries This Is High Tension Vintage Action From An Author Who Doesn T Mince Words And Doesn T Overlook Details Of These Actual Events After Reading This, You Will Have Shared A Small Bit Of Their Nam Action In The Comfort And Safety Of Your Easy Chair But Now, Perhaps, You Will Know A Bit About What Our Veterans Went Through During This Very Difficult And Unpopular War Hopefully, You Will Also Appreciate Why These Veterans Deserve Every Ounce Of Respect For The Terrible Sacrifices They Made For Us Especially Those Who Like 23 Year Old Lance Corporal John R Burke From Clearwater, Florida Gave Everything They Had To Give For This Read You Better Wear Your Flak Jacket Just In Case.
Robert F Burgess grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan and as a youth often trout fished the same creeks and streams as Ernest Hemingway At the end of World War II he served with the U S Army 88th Blue Devil Division Ski Troops in northern Italy After the war he returned to Europe on the GI Bill to study foreign languages at universities in Italy and Switzerland then completed his education in J
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- HATHCOCK AND BURKE (Best Snipers Series Book 14)
- Robert F. Burgess
- 09 February 2019 Robert F. Burgess