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Combat Medic: Vietnam: Combat Medic

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        StatementPocket
        PublishersPocket
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsAugust 1, 1991
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 112 p. :
        Number of Pages88
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100671736914
        Series
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The LWR design is also less efficient, relying on solid fuels which can only be about 3 percent consumed before the fuel must be changed out. Two VC planted themselves near the end of the runway and tossed pressure-released satchel charges onto the east end of the airstrip.

Behind the Photo: Medic James E. Callahan

A mortar is a small rocket with an explosive charge. On the pistol belt of the RTO below he has three M1956 canteens and what looks like dearskin roping gloves. On his left side is a M1916 holster containing a M1911A1 pistol. The scout dog in the above photo leads the way, when we are walking through thick vegetation. The final picture is of another Captain wearing an M1 helmet an unbadged jungle jacket, and trousers that are blossomed to his boots.

What It Was Really Like As A Medic In The Vietnam War

Specialist Fourth Class William Seay of the 62nd Transportation Company was one of those drivers. Today we go through tear gas training. The antenna on the PRC is tucked in between his back and the radio carrier frame which would shorten the range of the unit considerably. After the war, he was a life member and president of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Chapter 65, VFW.

We hear so many bad things about the V. They had been killed by air strikes several days before.