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Was Evan's job to treat the wounded amid the mud and blood and bullets or die trying Charles Sasser served as a combat medic with the Green Berets Photo inse. Though I m not at all a reader of war stories this book came highly recommended by a friend who went through the army as a field medic He was definitely right to recommend it it it is an excellent book It s harsh and ugly and the good guys don t always win in the end but that s to be expected Evans pulls no punches he is unapologetic about the troops behavior attitude and language and does nothing to ease the blows and injuries and deaths as they come Praise and crictism both flow freely though he is able to distance himself from his own acts of heroism and manages to write of them without sounding egositical While I can t say I liked this book I m definitely glad I read it There are also a few pages of photos from his time in Vietnam and included is one of a troop killed in action In the photo he is so young good looking and poses so casually that it is hard to look at Knowing he was KIA I found the photo very haunting and powerful and returned to look at it often The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy excellent book It s harsh and ugly and the good guys don t always win in the Complete Amber Sourcebook end but that s to be Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet expected Evans pulls no punches he is unapologetic about the troops behavior attitude and language and does nothing to Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, ease the blows and injuries and deaths as they come Praise and crictism both flow freely though he is able to distance himself from his own acts of heroism and manages to write of them without sounding Detective Wanda Wolfe egositical While I can t say I liked this book I m definitely glad I read it There are also a few pages of photos from his time in Vietnam and included is one of a troop killed in action In the photo he is so young good looking and poses so casually that it is hard to look at Knowing he was KIA I found the photo very haunting and powerful and returned to look at it often

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Doc Platoon Medic

Here in his own words is the riveting true story of Daniel Evans Jr the highly decorated soldier whom the men of First Platoon Bravo Company called the fight. October 7 1968 Dan Evans arrived in VietnamThis 21 year old ueasy at the sight of blood later became known as the fighting medic to the men of First Platoon Bravo CompanyBy the cauldron of combat doc as they called him became a seasoned veteran of emergency medicineM 16 in one hand and an aid kit in the otherHis mission both professional and personal was to treat the wounded amid the mud blood and bulletsor to die tryingWe travel with Dan through combat and experience with him many of the brutalities of warHis story is honest you always knew exactly what he truly felt poignant and personalI feel we had an authentic glimpse of the gut wrenching experience of facing the NVA and the extraordinary spirit reuired to keep moving forwardA reviewer notesI believe that anyone who reads this book will feel as if Mr Evans has given them some tiny little bit of something they never had before So trueand of course I see a true American hero

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Ing medic Whether skimming the treetops in a MEDEVAC chopper or slogging through the mangrove swamps with an M 16 in one hand and an aid kit in the other it. Good historical account of one medic s experiences in Vietnam


5 thoughts on “Doc Platoon Medic

  1. says:

    October 7 1968 Dan Evans arrived in VietnamThis 21 year old ueasy at the sight of blood later became known as the fighting medic to the men of First Platoon Bravo CompanyBy the cauldron of combat doc as they called him became a seasoned veteran of emergency medicineM 16 in one hand and an aid kit in the otherHis mission both professional and personal was to treat the wounded amid the mud blood and bulletsor to die tryingWe travel with Dan

  2. says:

    Good historical account of one medic's experiences in Vietnam

  3. says:

    Though I'm not at all a reader of war stories this book came highly recommended by a friend who went through the army as a field medic He was definitely right to recommend it it it is an excellent book It's harsh and ugly a

  4. says:

    As a Navy combat corpsman with the Marines I read this with interest It was ok

  5. says:

    Read this book after reading 'Steel my Soldiers Heart' because it was used for reference It was an amazing book that gives a different insight into the trials of war and those who give everything

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