Submitted by: Michael Cunningham
Walking Point: An Infantryman's Untold Story is a true account of the everyday life of an infantryman fighting in the jungles of Viet Nam.
This book explains how a young, idealistic, eighteen year old enlists in the army and volunteers for duty in Viet Nam. With other members of his company, Cunningham confronts the horror of battle, fighting hardcore North Vietnamese soldiers in the mountains west of Chu Lai.
As all soldiers know, battling the elements, boredom, loneliness, fatigue are all integral parts of an infantryman's life. Cunningham describes how it was in clear detail, showing the pride and heroism of America's youth so many years ago. The book is a tribute to all these men who served so gallantly defending their country.
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About the author:
Cunningham was honorably discharged from the army after three years service. He spent almost thirty years as a United States Customs Inspector, supervising units fighting drug smugglers, money launderers and terrorists. After retirement, Cunningham has returned to Viet Nam with the Defense Department's POW/MIA teams, seeking to recover the remains of fallen brothers.