Lions of Medina : The Marines of Charlie Company and the Battle for Barrier Island

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  • Copyright: 2008-07-01
  • Publisher: NAL Trade
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Thursday, October 12, 1967: Marine Lance Corporal Kevin Cahill stepped onto a trail deep in the remote Hai Lang National Forest in South Vietnam. Following Cahill were the Marines of Charlie Company, First Battalion, First Marines, First Marine Division. They would find hell on earth under the jungle canopy. Ambushed, surrounded, outnumbered, out-gunned, and quickly running low on ammunition, the marines of Operation Medina fought toe-to-toe with a ferocious, determined opponent. Based on extensive interviews with survivors of Operation Medina, as well as with the friends and families of the men who didn't make it back, Lions of Medina takes readers through the tragedy and triumphs of war, and into the heart of a close-knit group of warriors who fought, bled, and died together, and the spirit of loyalty and camaraderie that binds them to this day.

Author Biography

Doyle D. Glass started as a criminal prosecutor in Texas and Kentucky, but made a life change to historian and sculptor.

Table of Contents

The Few, The Proudp. 1
Infantry Training Regiment and the Basic Schoolp. 27
The Other Side of the Worldp. 39
Baptism by Firep. 63
The Day the World Blew Upp. 85
The Summer of '67p. 97
Forces Convergep. 125
Operation Medinap. 139
The Trailp. 159
The Dusk Assaultp. 181
The Hymnp. 207
Dawnp. 249
The Aftermathp. 283
Back in the U.S.A.p. 307
The Men of Medinap. 341
Principal Charactersp. 349
Glossaryp. 357
Acknowledgmentsp. 397
Author's Notep. 401
Indexp. 405
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