Favorite and least favorite parts of the book?

Use this forum to discuss the November 2019 Book of the month, "Deadly Waters: The Vietnam Naval War And Its Aftermath", by Randy Miller.
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Viet Nam vets ad PTSD before we even knew what it was. And so many didn't receive help. The way the VA treated the men was definitely my least favorite part of the book!

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The storyline was great, but what I didn't like about the book was the author trying to take out profanities from military life, maybe in a bid to access broader base of readers but that, to me, took the life out from their conversations.

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