A Year To Kill

In 1967, the Vietnam War was raging. To amass the required soldiers, thousands of America's young men received the dreaded "greeting" from the President, instructing them to report for military service. This fueled conflict in our own nation as war protesters marched in the streets and challenged the political system that determined to fight a war in a far land. Those "drafted" for Vietnam had three choices: They could go to jail; they could leave the United States; or, they could go to war. It was not easy but most answered their country's call. Also, many of America's young men and women volunteered to fight the oppression in Southeast Asia. This book is dedicated to those who bravely went to war, many of whom did not return.

Tears In Vietnam

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Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four
Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen Epilogue Scrapbook

Click Here For The 9th Infantry Division Hall of Heroes

The cost of war is measured in blood, sweat and tears, as is the price for freedom. -- JFM

Brian A. Moss
In Memory of PO2 Brian A. Moss
Killed in the Terrorist Attack on the Pentagon
September 11, 2001
Click Here For A Tribute To Brian

Click here to listen to the August 1967 Jim Howell Show
These tapes were sent each month to the troops in Vietnam.

Chopper In The Sky

All Vietnam photographs were taken by the author.

A Year To Kill © 1989
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by James F. McColloch