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Vietnam: No Regrets

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Vietnam No Regrets is the story of a soldier who volunteers to fight for his country in Vietnam. He would have no idea of what he will have to go through to leave the killing fields of Vietnam alive. You will be able to follow him from his first step in-country until his very last day and see for yourself what life was like for the infantry soldier in Vietnam. This story w ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published July 31st 2005 by Aventine Press
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Jeffrey Miller
What's most interesting about a Vietnam veteran's memoirs of having fought in the conflict is the shared experience that all veterans have no matter where one served. However, what separates one memoir from the next one are the veteran's personal observations and "window" if you will on one's tour of duty.

That's what you get and more with J. Richard Watkins' memoirs, Vietnam, No Regrets. As a radio operator with the 1/27 Wolfhounds, one of the most feared US Army units in the conflict, he takes
Bernie Weisz
Written by Bernie Weisz/Historian Pembroke Pines, Florida February 27, 2010 e

I have studied the Vietnam War in high school, and more intensively in college, but what I learned in academia as opposed to the multiple memoirs of the actual participants are 2 different accounts altogether. J. Richard Watkins shoots from the hips in this catharsis, with this memoir being penned 25 years after the fact. Official accounts of the ground war, our relationship with our allies, the So
Glenda Bixler
Vietnam: No Regrets
One Soldier’s Tour of Duty
By J. Richard Watkins
Aventine Press
ISBN: 1593303033
193 Pages

Goo-oood Morning Vietnam! In an almost journalistic, diary style, J. Richard Watkins presents his own story in Vietnam: No Regrets – One Soldier’s Tour of Duty.

When a boy becomes a man in Vietnam, we cry with him. We feel his fear. We hear his prayers. And we rejoice when, after it is over, it is to his mother’s arms he first goes. For by now, his greatest fear is whether or not the unco
Oct 16, 2011 Margaret rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone!
Recommended to Margaret by: the author
Thank you, Mr. J. Richard Watkins, for writing this book. Thank you for setting up a table alongside the parade route in Plymouth MA last Thanksgiving-time from which you sold copies of that book.

You were dressed in your soldier fatigues; a soft-spoken gentleman that was in no way "pushing" his merchandise. I admired that. I also knew I had never read a book about the Vietnam War nor was I in any way interested in it. Something in my gut said maybe it was time to change that. My sister and I ha
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this book was so good! it was a very easy read. really gave you a good idea of what these men went though! god bless ALL the troops!
Sean Conner
It was really a great book. He really brought you to the war.
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