In a world no longer simple with clear enemies and ready strategies to protect oneself, the aging warriors from the Vietnam era are forced to once again fight for their lives. This time, it's not against a peasant force in the steamy jungles of Vietnam defending their homeland. This time they find themselves under attack in the forests of their own homeland by a fanatical force of Jihadists dedicated to the destruction of America itself. In addition o being vastly outnumbered and aging, the Americans have a unique disadvantage: they are all amputees. The only advantage that the Americans have is now it's their homeland that they are defending. To the end, it's not clear whether or not that and the few friendlies that are able to be recruited to the cause will be enough to prevail over their adversaries. The Vietnam Vets Amputee Group is both inspirational and an ode to those brave soldiers that fought not so long ago. They finally might be accorded the respect that they deserve, perhaps posthumously, from a changed and grateful nation.Do you have the winning key to a fabulous new 2001 Jeep Wrangler? Therea#39;s ... I am sure that I have the winning key because I could use that car and God knows my needs. ... The desire to get that Key into the hands of others comes from the instructions we read in the a#39;Flyera#39; God sent (Acts 26:15-1 8 and 2 Timothy 4:2).
|Title||:||Letters from Camp Wilderness|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2002-10-01|