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A Pogo's Perspective: A Non-Combatant Soldier's Viet Nam Experience, Its Affect & Aftermath

Smith, Greg
xv 246 pages. "- The term Pogo was a label given to every soldier in Vietnam whose role it was to support the troops involved in combat duties, supposedly a safe vocation. Examples would be Orderly Room, Q-Store, Cooks, Ordnance, Medical and Dental Staff, et cetera. Most Pogos completed their duties supporting the combatant serviceman with distinction. But a result of that role was that they carried, and most still carry guilt for mates lost or wounded, those that were doing it tougher, outside the wire. These were mates that they could not physically stand beside and support. Their administrative role is often underestimated." (Back cover)
Published 2007 Temple House Hartwell, Victoria
ISBN 9781921206436


Condition Jacket Condition Binding Size
As New N/A Soft cover 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Good Reading Book Reference: 19829
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