During his first tour in Vietnam - 1967-68 - Dick Taylor was a well trained and highly motivated amateur assigned to advise a hard-bitten ARVN infantry battalion working in the mud and streams of IV Corps. He became savvy in a hurry and found that he was both brave and resourceful. He barely survived Tet 1968, then served on an advisory team staff. For the next two years, Taylor earned a Ranger ta...
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Publisher: Casemate; 1st edition (November 19, 2003)
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Dick and I were Classmates and graduated from North Georgia College in 1966.The Prodigal tells it like it was not only from a Combat viewpoint but from awife /husband relationship.With most of us being newly married before deploying ,thus putting a l...
n a division staff, and schooled on. He met his wife, and married her days before he returned to Vietnam. Taylor's second tour - 1970-71 - was altogether different. He immediately assumed command of Bravo Company, 1/7 Cav, and excelled as a commander and a leader. He was aggressive in the field, confident in his command, and assertive with his superiors. He fought a good war, a successful war, and when he was forced to take a staff job it was as his battalion's intelligence officer. But the war was winding down, its purpose lost. Taylor's spirit's flagged, but not his fidelity. This well-written combat memoir is heartfelt, earnest, honest and just a little melancholy.