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« on: 25 November 2011, 23:00:10 »
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Marine veteran shares painful Vietnam tales
At the very worst of times, John W. Nash came clean. “If I tell you what I did over there, you won’t love me anymore,” he told his wife.

He was a big, tough Marine, and he cried that day. Since coming home from Vietnam five years earlier or so, his life had sunk to a blur of drinking, drugs, lashing out and bad dreams.

Dinah had been his high school sweetheart. She needed to know about the children. How they came into the Marine compound for food and to play one day, but later that night set booby traps and opened fire on the Americans.

What happened after that is what kept coming to him in dreams. […]


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