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Scott Anderson from Circle Pines, Minnesota wrote on July 31, 2019 at 15:32:
My Uncle, LRRP 101st, his detail reported to Gen Westmoreland directly. As a living nephew, I am here to confess, the war is still happening in him! He was 22 in the battle of Mother Day Hill May 13,1967. He survived to do the most unthinkable thing a human memory has to ever endure. A story that still has not been told, as a FAO, calling iin B52 strikes while in Cambodia (not even supposed to be there!) killing 60,000 + NVA during the Tet buildup on the "Trail". My Uncle 74 now, lives in the bush of Canada now. Only been in the USA to bury his father. Raised 5 children with a beautiful wife in the most peaceful surrounding a man could have, built his home out of logs, traps, hunts, fishing ect. The United States Government turned their backs on many United States Veterans of Vietnam. The Vietnam War tore our family apart. It still is broken. Even my mother, died trying help fix what "The Nam" took from us. This story WILL BE TOLD!
My Uncle, LRRP 101st, his detail reported to Gen Westmoreland directly. As a living nephew, I am here to confess, the war is still happening in him! He was 22 in the battle of Mother Day Hill May 13,1967. He survived to do the most unthinkable thing a human memory has to ever endure. A story that still has not been told, as a FAO, calling iin B52 strikes while in Cambodia (not even supposed to be there!) killing 60,000 + NVA during the Tet buildup on the "Trail". My Uncle 74 now, lives in the bush of Canada now. Only been in the USA to bury his father. Raised 5 children with a beautiful wife in the most peaceful surrounding a man could have, built his home out of logs, traps, hunts, fishing ect. The United States Government turned their backs on many United States Veterans of Vietnam. The Vietnam War tore our family apart. It still is broken. Even my mother, died trying help fix what "The Nam" took from us. This story WILL BE TOLD!