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A teacher visits schools in Vietnam in the same area where his father once served as a soldier.

(The follow-up to Tucker Elliot's book The Day Before 9/11. Full description forthcoming.)
Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published December 11th 2014 by Black Mesa Publishing (first published November 11th 2014)
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Tucker Elliot is a former teacher for the United States Department of Defense in Korea and Germany. He has visited schools on four continents and more than twenty countries as a volunteer or an invited speaker/lecturer.

Tucker was a teacher on a military base in Korea on 9/11. His memoir titled The Day Before 9/11 was released in March 2013. The Day Before 9/11 is a harrowing true story that spans
“The only thing worse than losing hope is to be the reason someone else loses hope.” 12 likes
“My dad once told me that his biggest challenge after returning from Vietnam had been coming to terms with his own callousness. He’d made a deal with the war and traded his humanity for a ticket home.” 9 likes
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