A Pogo's Perspective
A non-combatant soldier's Viet Nam experience; its affect and aftermath. A Pogo was the term given to those soldiers in Vietnam whose role it was to support the troops involved in combat duties. Theirs was supposedly a safe vocation and as a result many carried the guilt for their mates who were lost or wounded. These soldiers served with distinction and provided vital services including Cooks, Orderly Room, Q-Store, Ordnance, Medical and Dental Staff. The importance of their role is often underestimated. Soft cover, photographs, 246 pages.