The Souvenir Shop Walt Lamberg

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The Souvenir Shop  by  Walt Lamberg

The Souvenir Shop by Walt Lamberg
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In 1969, in South Korea, if you are assigned to the 2nd Military Intelligence Detachment, 2nd Infantry Division, you will discover that war is indeed hell, but in very unexpected ways. At the time, the situation in the Korean Peninsula is categorizedMoreIn 1969, in South Korea, if you are assigned to the 2nd Military Intelligence Detachment, 2nd Infantry Division, you will discover that war is indeed hell, but in very unexpected ways.

At the time, the situation in the Korean Peninsula is categorized by the Defense Department as low intensity conflict, in contrast to the very high intensity conflict over two thousand miles to the southeast in Vietnam. Almost every month North Korean soldiers, highly trained, heavily armed, and ready to kill, infiltrate into South Korea.

Typically they pass through the area controlled by the 2nd Infantry Division. There are firefights between North Koreans and South Koreans or Americans. There are ambushes. There are American casualties, usually wounded, sometimes dead.In spite of this, the old guys in the Military Intelligence Detachment, soldiers who have been in country for a few or for several months, seem to have a lot of time on their hands.

They have the time to carefully plan and successfully execute practical jokes on the new guys, the newly arrived members of the unit. The jokes are highly unpleasant, often embarrassing, sometimes downright dangerous.Another activity favored by the old guys is collecting souvenirs. Here they are joined by their operations officer and by officers and senior NCOs of infantry companies. This pursuit can also be dangerous.[This ebook is one of a series of 13 books. The first page lists the books in the suggested, but not required, order for reading them.

This ebook is a single short story with 19 pages, 6,600 words. WARNING: The story has many obscenities, because, from my experience as a soldier, many soldiers talk that way. ]



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