New Book Review Post for A Vietnam Memoir Like None Other

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New Book Review Post for A Vietnam Memoir Like None Other

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New Book Review Post for A Vietnam Memoir Like None Other

The New Book Review has a new review post for my book, Good Afternoon Vietnam: A Civilian in the Vietnam War.

Title: Good Afternoon Vietnam

Subtitle: A Civilian in the Vietnam War

By Gary L. Wilhelm

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: Memoir, Military, Vietnam

Photos: By the Author.

ISBN: 9780999347232

Available on Amazon

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                        A Vietnam Memoir with a Twist

War, Vietnam and Civilians

Reviewed by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, multi-award-winning author of fiction, poetry and the HowToDoItFrugally Series of books for writers

Good Afternoon Vietnam gives us a perspective quite different from other books—indeed other media—about the Vietnam war, and the far-reaching and unexpected effects of war.

The review was also posted on MYSHELF.COM

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Thank you for reading, Gary

Gary Wilhelm is a retired engineer with a master’s degree from South Dakota State University, who did research and development work in America, Asia, and Europe for consumer, commercial, and military products, during a career of several decades. In addition to being a civilian engineer embedded with the Marines during the Vietnam War in 1968 and 1969, he worked developing products ranging from EF Johnson citizens band radio, and the Texas Instruments home computer, communications technology for use within buildings, and with medical devices implanted within the body, to the Howitzer Improvement Program (HIP) for army artillery on the battlefield. He was also a representative on a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) committee. He hosted the USA meeting of the committee at Honeywell.
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