The ‘Memoir Challenge’: Welcome to Vietnam

This post is from a friend and relative, and I am so proud that he has a guest submission for his writing!

Check out his book on Amazon –
“One Month, 20 Days, and a Wake UP: One man’s story of what it meant to be a PJ ”

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IPNO68U#navbar

Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog

A note from the editor:

First, I want to thank Chuck for his honorable service to our country. Second, I will warn those readers that are faint of heart that this story is about the gut-wrenching and often grotesque realities of combat. Finally, I want to thank Chuck for digging deep and sharing this story. He knows what I mean. God bless.

hat1Pararescue Beret Moto: “We Do These Things, That Others May Live”

Cover photo: 

HH-43B (Pedro) in the foreground with a Douglas A-1 (Sandy) in the background

By Chuck Jackson

Have you ever looked at a blank piece of paper or computer screen and imagined, if written, what the words would say? I am not talking about the email to a friend or the memo to your boss. I am talking about words about yourself, your emotions, and your experiences.

Imagine you are going to take one small portion…

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