The Long Return is a detailed, interesting and very well written account of the life of a United States Air Force Forward Air Controller (FAC) during the Vietnam War. The author writes with the clarity of an engineer and does an excellent job of interpreting the technical details for the lay reader. The authors account of many incidents during the course of his tour in Vietnam reveal the dubious nature of the Vietnam war.
Reviewed by Joe Campolo, Jr., MWSA Reviewer
The Long Return describes the author's experiences as a Forward Air Controller in Vietnam and his reaction to the significant change in the general American attitude towards the Vietnam War upon his return.
Book Format(s): Soft cover
Genre(s): Nonfiction, Memoir, Biography
Number of Pages: 200