There is a special place in heaven reserved for moral men forced to face down the enemy.
Paul Kopsick – Dusters Vietnam & DQS Historian

Your engaging and generous hearted spirit comes through on every page – even when discussing the horrors of war. That’s a wonderful characteristic – to remain human and humane in the worst situations. You should be proud to have given the world this book.
Professor Michael Rockland – Rutgers

This is a must-have, must-read book. It’s the diary and pictures that all of us wished we would have kept while in Vietnam.
Allan Penwell – Dusters Vietnam

Wow – what a book, put me down as one who gives you an “excellent, must read” review.
Michael West – Marine Vietnam

I can’t believe you made it back home – The Lord Jesus has to be the answer.
Every kid should read your book, so they can understand Freedom is not free.
John D’Angelo – Navy Veteran

After reading your book, all the places that were on the news back in the late 60’s and early 70’s took on a new realism.
Sandy Fech

It is tragic what you saw and endured, and on behalf of my family and I, thank you for your service to our country.
Stacy Thompson

The book has been a true gift. Our lives have come around in a full circle and your book puts the final “Period” on all you have done for all of us.
Norman Oss – Dusters Vietnam

Your book is outstanding and a tribute to all who served on a Duster.
 L. Steve Moore – Dusters Vietman

Was late for work, could not put your book down. Thanks for transcribing your experiences so that they could be shared.
 Kevin Huelsenbeck

Your book brought back memories from the Khe Gio Bridge to Khe Sanh.
Raymond Felle – Marine Vietnam

What a great book. I read it in one sitting and had trouble sleeping the next three nights.
Bob Lauver – Quad 50’s Vietnam