Book: Just Like Sunday on the Farm - Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After by William C. Crawfordcategories: Book, Combat Photographer, Forensic Foraging, Combat Humor, Iconic Combat Photographers, Chilling Combat Stories, Birth of Technique, Vietnam Memoir
William C. Crawfordabout this book: Crawdaddy was a combat photojournalist in Vietnam. This volume overflows with his experiences from chilling combat to ribald battlefield humor. He offers up this account as his riveting personal echo from the Jungle War. He was mentored by some of the greatest war corespondents and combat photojournalists ever! Their tutelage changed his life forever! For over 45 years he only discussed the War with ex grunts. Then he delved into his files and long suppressed memories to cough up this book. He covers aspects of combat and military service that few outsiders ever contemplate.
More recently, Crawdaddy had a reunion with some old Army buddies. He picks up his cameras again and conjures up a new, old shooting genre with his friend, Jim Provencher. Forensic Foraging is born and their early vivid photos reside here. This book is a work of redemption and friendship. Some of the demons of the Jungle War are finally laid to rest herein. You have never seen a book about the Nam like this one!
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