Hardcover, 272 pages
Published: May 10, 2009 by Zenith Press (1st published January 1, 2009)
When Bill Hooper returned to Florida after being injured on active duty in Vietnam, he was angry. It was not a reaction to having suffered a brutal ordeal in an unpopular war. He was angry about being home. He was separated from his military family, the men he was committed to serving and protecting. At first, this was difficult for his brother Jim to understand. Decades later, after surviving his own combat experiences as a war correspondent in Africa and the Balkans, Jim began to explore Bill’s Vietnam experiences. After extensive research and interviews with men who served with Bill, this book took shape.