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A close family touched by war in Europe sees their 17-year old son drafted to Vietnam
What was it like at 17-years old in Detroit, Michigan in 1970, part of a warm, close family, holding down a job and 12 hours of college classes, some savings, and a brand new Chevy Camaro...drop some classes and then you're in the Army now...cancel next semester's schedule, everything changes on a dime. Vietnam, 1970. John Podlaski lived it, and his writing is rich, personal, and brings visualization and presence within the sense of place. This is worth reading for everyone, recommend uploading without reservation.
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