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"don't mean nothin' is a story I wanted to write for many years. This book is the culmination of that goal. It is a work of fiction but based on numerous experiences, stories, and people who were a big part of my life during the Vietnam conflict and in the years since then.   Mostly I wanted to write this to bring the Mohawkers to life. They are a fine group of people who gave their all."    Robert

Fresh from high school young Bobby Marshall enters the Army and soon finds himself in the raw world of war that is Southeast Asia during the Vietnam conflict. His exploits on the ground and in the air make up the graphic story of what Vietnam was for the small cadre of Army aviators that crewed the famed but little understood OV-1 Mohawk. Join Bobby as he matures from a typical teenager to a seasoned soldier in this story of Cambodia and Vietnam.

The story takes us into the coarse and gritty day to day existence of Bobby Marshall as he struggles to survive. While counting down his 365 days in country, he is always looking forward to the day he can board the freedom bird for "The World” — for home. Despite his outward cynicism and callousness, he still maintains an inward humanity, holds onto his pride and pushes ahead with an unwavering drive to finish the task at hand.


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