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Marines and Navy Corpsmen tell their unique stories about their experiences during their careers. Many of their careers were brought short by debilitating wounds incurred during battles or the results of land-mines and booby-traps left by enemy soldiers. Some have received multiple Purple Heart Medals for being injured multiple times—often returning to combat after healing only to be wounded again. Some of their stories are about daily life in the Marines or Navy—the unique humorous little things that make life interesting to men who, at any moment, could be called to action to some hot-zone somewhere in the world.The men and women whose stories appear in the this book mostly came from their posts in the web site From the Halls of Montezuma which was designed to be a meeting grounds for Marines and Navy Corpsmen, most of whom served in the Vietnam Era. Their stories reflect their feelings about what they did and how it has impacted them throughout their lives. They range from sad to happy, serious to humorous. Some wrote poetry to reflect their feelings. All wrote from their hearts.

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