Gary Linderer [3 decades ago]
Download or Read Online The Eyes of the Eagle Free eBook PDF/ePub Gary Linderer , In the 101st Airborne, if you cared enough to send the very best, you sent The Howlers.
Gary Linderer volunteered for the Army, then volunteered for Airborne training. When he reached Vietnam in 1968, he was assigned to the famous “Screaming Eagles,” the 101st Airborne Division. Once there, he volunteered for training and duty with F Company 58th Inf, the Long Range Patrol company that was “the Eyes of the Eagle.”
F Company pulled reconnaissance missions and ambushes, and Linderer recounts night insertions into enemy territory, patrols against NVA antiaircraft emplacements and rocket-launching facilities, the fragging of an unpopular company commander, and one of the bravest demonstrations of courage under fire that has ever been described. The Eyes of the Eagle is an accurate, exciting look at the recon soldier's war. There are none better.
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I personally know Riley Dozer Cox. He is like a dad to me. I never knew what he did in Vietnam until I read this book. Riley cared so much for me that he took a copy of this book to a reunion to have it autographed. He gave it to me as a gift for house sitting while he attended. Riley you and your company are true American hero's. This book tells your story. I cannot imagine what you went through. This book is very blunt but well written. Never forget the service our troops perform without any forethought. The sound of freedom is not heard until it's gone!
Books like this one are truly inspiring and should be read by everyone ,would be nice if made into a movie