Category Archives: Vietnam – Vets – PTSD

Vietnam Veterans Writing

Last week, I went to our storage space to find a couple of things. As is often the case on such trips, I didn’t find what I was looking for, but I did find something I had forgotten was there. … Continue reading

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War Protester-Vietnam Veteran

  Tonight, while tweaking the content on my web site, I found this video on my old web site.  It was put together almost fifteen years, by a friend who compiled two Huntsville TV station news stories. If you wonder who … Continue reading

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Late Victims

Zeb Zaman is a friend that I met on Goodreads.  We’ve never met face-to-face but, through our emails, we’ve met soul-to-soul. Zeb is from New Zealand.  Her father and my father fought in World War II.  My father died in … Continue reading

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Vietnam – PTSD – Lacy J. Dalton

It’s not easy when the demons get loose – the ones you’ve kept locked away in the dark recesses of your mind.  For me it happened big time during the first few hours of Desert Storm.  I didn’t know what … Continue reading

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