The Vietnam Police Action left its scars across the globe. In this book, Mark S. Vining uses poetry and prose to examine those scars. If you lived through it, or know someone who did, you owe it to yourself to read this book. It is a series of windows into another time and place, stirring a multitude of emotions left long undisturbed, like dust on museum pieces.
A nation divided by Anti-War demonstrations and "Draft Dodgers," drugs and Flower Power, we have never come to grips with the aftermath of that turbulent period in history. Our wounds are still raw, hearts torn by these memories. What was once considered Armageddon has become fictionalized for entertainment. America just can't seem to provide answers.
This book supplies words of explanation and clarity. It is our hope that it will give the reader comfort and closure.