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If the military would have

If the military would have taken action against "all" the things some soldiers/officers did to the enemy during the Viet Nam War...the Court Marshall cases would have been lined up from New York to L.A., but since those enemies were "stealth enemies by day...killers by night"...that idea of unbecoming conduct by soldiers...went to the hounds (don't see...don't tell).
Mind you...there was an incident of mass murder by Charlie Company in March of 1968 (My Lai, Viet Nam)...but to hear the soldiers point of view of explaining how the enemy was only a target you could defend yourself from "only when you were shot at first"...this painted picture of War tactics aren't excusable for mass murders...but from a soldiers that they were scared of...tired of...and just wanted to go home without a Bull's Eye on their backs daily:


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