Sometimes a Sergeant

The working title of this novel is Sometimes a Sergeant.

The first two chapters are posted on Don’s Page. Be sure to hit like or add a comment. Tell your friends.

The story follows Donald (Buzz) Prew during his tour of duty in Vietnam 1967-1968; Neil Rainey, a friend of Buzz since radio school; Jake Rosenberg, a friendly, likable, schlimazel; Hector Villa, a germaphobic radio operator; and Castor Brown, a walking encyclopedia. Assigned to Company C 41st Signal Battalion, they were the voice of Cam Ranh Bay, providing communications to forces scattered over more than 60,000 square miles of torrid jungle, mountain ranges, and coastal lowland. This story is how they coped with the war, finding laughter and friendship even during the most difficult of situations.

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