|Saigon Commandos (1983) [Novel]|
by Jonathan Cain
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Series: Saigon Commandos
(From the publisher):
The men of the 716th had one of the toughest jobs in the 'Nam -- they had to keep the streets of Saigon from exploding! Cong sympathizers, hate-filled bargirls, hustlers, murderers, deserters -- they jammed the city, preying on men hyst in from the field, guys just arrived from The World, everyone was a potential victim and the city lay in wait for all of them. It was the MP's battle zone and Sgt. Mark Stryker loved it, ate it up. Here was a world where you fought without allies, where uniforms meant nothing, and where death lurked around corners and on rooftops. It was the way Stryker liked his war, the reason he left the Green Berets -- Vietnam was the only war he had and he was going to fight it his way, with the Saigon Commandos.
Original title: Saigon Commandos
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure