I Came Home, But It Wasn't Me

I Came Home But It Wasn t Me This book describes the experience of the authors war time service in Vietnam How it changed him into a different person than the one he was before the war The transition from the person he was into t

  • Title: I Came Home, But It Wasn't Me
  • Author: Bruce Taneski
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  • Page: 469
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book describes the experience of the authors war time service in Vietnam How it changed him into a different person than the one he was before the war The transition from the person he was into the person he is today with PTSD.

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    1. I found this book very interesting. Essentially, its one person's story of a tour of duty in Vietnam. Mr. Taneski served with two different Army Recon companies in 1970 (199th Light Inf. Brigade, then 5th Division). His book gives a detailed description of operations he took part in. If you want to know what a Recon unit does in detail, this is the book you want to read. Also, as an undertone, since the author doesn't often dwell on this aspect, it's the story of an 18 year old thrown into an en [...]

    2. An honest account of what combat vets in Viet Nam endured. Tough reading, but Bruce did a great job expressing what so many of us cannot.

    3. The author is my uncle so this was a difficult read. I was only 2 when he came home so I dont remember it. The book describes who he was, what he did and what he saw in vivid detail while in Viet Nam and also explains why he didnt come home the same man as when he left. PTSD is a struggle not just for the vet, but their families also. Knowing some of what they went through may help us understand

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