RUCKSACK GRUNT – VIETNAM – 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry.
Thank you for your interest in “Rucksack Grunt” the book.
Two purchase options are now available via the links below.
- Published by Robert Kuhn (September 24, 2021)
- ISBN: 978-1-7376922-1-8 (Paperback book)
- ISBN: 978-1-7376922-0-1 (eBook)
- Library of Congress Control Number: 2021918548
- Language: English
- 174 pages (including front and back matter)
- Illustrated with 35 pictures from the author’s personal photo album
- Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
- Printed in the United States of America
- Reviews: Read the Book Reviews here.
The events of this narrative take place from 1969 – 1972. The memoir details a naive teenage boy’s evolutionary journey from his safe suburban neighborhood in Pennsylvania to Cam Ranh Bay Vietnam, to the coastal rice paddies around Tuy Hoa, to the dangerous jungles and mountains of the Central Highlands around An Khe, and back again.
Though, not a blood and guts war story, this first-hand emotional account reveals the many traumatic and sometimes disturbing encounters of Robert Kuhn, the “rucksack carrying grunt” who served with the 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry unit during the latter years of the war.
Many Vietnam Veteran readers find that they appreciate discovering parts of the story that they can identify with and relate to while remembering their own similar personal Vietnam tour of duty experiences.
Spouses, friends, and family members of Vietnam Veterans may also gain some insight into some of the experiences, thoughts, and feelings that their Veteran doesn’t talk about, but lived through, during his or her struggles in Vietnam.
The Kindle eBook is available worldwide HERE on Amazon…. $4.99
The paperback version with free shipping is available exclusively from the author’s website and can be purchased by simply clicking on the “Buy Now” PayPal Button below or by clicking HERE to contact the author…. $14.95
(Note: The print version can be ordered and shipped in the USA only.
No international sales at this time.)
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