4:45 | Stuart Jamison recalls observing the reality and immediacy of death as his unit assaults a Viet Cong company during Phase II of the Tet Offensive.
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Stuart Jamison recalls meeting Lt. Hetherington, Staff Sgt. Pinkham, Maj. Huynhl, Sgt. Maj. Tau and 200 hostile Viet Cong on his first day on the job as an advisor to Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) soldiers at Xa Xiem.
Stuart Jamison describes the effects of napalm on the enemy and the landscape during the Vietnam War.
Stuart Jamison talks about a time his unit cornered a Viet Cong Main Force Battalion during the Tet Offensive.
Stuart Jamison discusses the toll that casualties take on infantry units during combat.
Stuart Jamison talks about going into a particulary dangerous area of Vietnam and finding trouble.
Stuart Jamison remembers being caught behind a palm tree trunk while being fired upon by a Viet Cong.
Stuart Jamison recalls observing the reality and immediacy of death as his unit assaults a Viet Cong company during Phase II of the Tet Offensive.
Stuart Jamison describes treating a wounded fellow advisor in the open during heavy fire from Viet Cong forces on February, 18 during the Tet Offensive.
Stuart Jamison recounts the destruction of his battalion on February 26, 1968.
Stuart Jamison recalls the sights and sounds from patrolling the Korean Demilitarized Zone during the Cold War.
Incredible pictures from Stuart Jamison's experience in Xa Xiem and Rach Gia.
The opening pages of Stuart Jamison's gripping account of the life and death of his ARVN unit in Vietnam.
Stuart Jamison recounts his days in Xa Xiem during New Year's Eve and meeting his fellow officers, as well as coming face to face with death for the first time.
Stuart Jamison's dynamic account of the first day of the Tet Offensive, as well as the asssault on Rach Gia.
Stuart Jamison and his unit battle Viet Cong troops around Rach Gia and find themselves with a scared VC prisoner.
Stuart Jamison's personal account of a raid on a Vietnamese village to drive out the Viet Cong.