NAPLES, Fla., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Special Forces Vietnam Veteran tells the true history of how a handful of soldiers became millionaires from a secret mission in the Golden Triangle. Seven Soldier author, Philip B. Strong reveals the true story of a dangerous mission that funded the Vietnam War. Based on eyewitness accounts, Seven Soldiers details a journey of adventure, riches and danger that no one has dared to tell before.
"We have a chance to both serve our country and get very rich." Seven Soldiers reveals an amazing story, never told until now about the opium drug trade, billions of dollars and the Vietnam War. Captain Paul T. Loulis, US Air Force 1964-1972 says, "Seven Soldiers has intelligence, intrigue, brotherhood, valor, betrayal and heroism that will keep every military and adventure reader on the edge of their seats."
Major General Donald C. Storm states, "Seven Soldiers is the story of an extraordinary military mission that sheds new light on the historical record of Vietnam War strategy and reward. The conflicts of war and man masterfully written and bravely told by Seven Soldiers is a must read to understand the war's earlier years, the money and calculated victory."
Seven Soldiers follows the lives of seven soldiers from diverse backgrounds and cultures who form a bond in basic training. Two of the seven are selected for a Special Forces mission and are rewarded with extraordinary wealth for serving their country with valor. The exciting secret mission took the two young soldiers into the Golden Triangle, notorious for its poppy and heroin trade, where the rules of war did not apply. The book chronicles why these two men were selected and how did they become rich for following orders? One of these green berets earned his country's most distinguished decoration, the Congressional Medal of Honor.
If you are serving your country now, if you are a veteran or just interested in honest American military history, Seven Soldiers is essential reading and an important facet of the Vietnam War. The author is contributing a portion of every sale to veteran organizations. To order books or for more information, contact Barringer Publishing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE Barringer Publishing