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The new commander of the Company E, 52d Infantry LRRPs, Capt. George Paccerelli, was tough, but the men's new AO was brutal. It was bad enough that the provinces of Binh Long, Phuoc Long, and Tay Ninh bordered enemy-friendly Cambodia, but their vast stretches of double- and triple-canopy jungle were also home to four crack enemy divisions, including the Viet Cong's notorious 95C Regiment.Only the long-range patrols could deliver the critical strategic intelligence that the 1st Cav so desperately needed. Outmanned, outgunned, far from safety, these LRRPs stalked the enemy to his lair, staging bold prisoner snatches and tracking down hidden jungle bases. Hiding in ambush, surrounded by NVA, these teams either pulled off spectacular escape-and-evasion maneuvers in running firefights - or died trying. Former LRRP Kregg Jorgenson provides a gripping account of ordinary men with extraordinary courage and heroism.
©2000 Kregg P.J. Jorgenson; (P)2001 Random House, Inc., Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing Group, A Division of Random House, Inc.
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By joe on 01-12-16

good insight

my dad is a vet...he doesn't talk about it. this is one way for me to understand him

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By Charles on 12-27-09

LRRP Company Command.

A good read written well. As a Combat Vet this is what Recon Teams did. I would recomend this book to anyone.

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