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Preface Foreword by Major General J. C. Hughes AO, DSO, MC Glossary of Terms 1 Drafted Civilian 2 Doing Extras at Scheyville 3 Training for War 4 365 and a Wakey 5 Leeches, Mud and Viet Cong 6 Rest and Recreation 7 Search and Destroy 8 Nui Le and the NVA 9 Returned to Australia Afterword from the Publisher Index
Gary McKay served as a rifle platoon commander in Viet Nam and was awarded the Military Cross for gallantry. His time in Viet Nam was the basis of his bestselling 'In Good Company: One Man's War in Vietnam'. His second book, 'Vietnam Fragments', recently re-released as 'Bullets, Beans and Bandages' is an invaluable oral history of Australia's war in Viet Nam. 'Delta Four', another bestseller, exposes the inner workings of a rifle company, giving the soldier's viewpoint of those aspects of war-fighting not found in the training pamphlets. His latest book, 'All Guts + No Glory', was written with Bob Buick and recounts Buick's experiences as a platoon sergeant in Viet Nam and in Australia's most famous battle at Long Tan. After almost 30 years military service, Gary retired from the army. He lives in Jervis Bay, NSW and currently works as a freelance historian and non-fiction writer.