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About the Author

Author Info

Teacher, Recording Artist, Blues Man, Veterans Advocate and Author Sarge Lintecum did three tours of duty in Vietnam, 1966-'67-'68. His first tour was 11 months in the jungle with the 101st Airborne Paratroopers as a Combat Infantryman. During that time, he advanced to Squad Leader. Sarge came down with malaria three times, jungle-rot, immersion-foot, two varieties of internal parasites, a shrapnel wound in his leg, exposure to Agent Orange and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which says is the "Vietnam Blues". Sarge received the Purple Heart, the Conduct Medal, a Vietnam Service Medal with 1 Bronze Service Star and 1 Silver Service Star (to represent 3 tours of duty), Parachute Jump Wings, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, a Valorous Unit Emblem, a Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm Unit Citation Badge and five Over-Seas Bars.

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What People Are Saying About Sarge's Book:

Hi Sarge, Thanks for the autographed copy of your book. I just finished it and brother it was great! It brought back a lot of good memories and taught me a lot of new things. I know you said it was "fiction", but because I have listened to your music so much I saw a lot of "Sarge" in the stories. I think it will help a lot of brothers feel better and educate the civilians to know what Viet Nam really was. Again, a great work!!  Bill Russell


Just finished your book “Seven Short Stories of the Vietnam War”,I have read many books on the war, but never have I felt like I was In Country. This book is one I could not put down. I was right there watching everything that happened as it unfolded by the authors’ pen. You say fiction, I say reality, at its best. You did a magnificent job. Congratulations! I wish you much success. May this book help other vets to heal as I’m sure it has helped you to tell your story.  ‎Lonnie Patsy J Tackett‎ 

 


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