What passages surprised you?

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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Re: What passages surprised you?

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Megapede wrote:
24 Jan 2020, 02:08
La Cabra wrote:
21 Dec 2019, 10:33
I find the sort of hate/rivalry and borderline animosity between the navy and marines very shocking. I mean, they're fighting for the same country, aren't they? Mad!
This surprised me as well. It also made me wonder if that sort of thing is true in reality. Is it I'm very curious.
Yes, it is.

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I wouldn't count this as a surprise though but I found the descriptions of nature in the book really appealing and nice as against the destruction that hid behind them.

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It was really shocking to see how the veterans where treated by va

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