|Title:||Hostile Fire: The Life & Death of First Lieutenant Sharon Lane|
|Format:||azw lit docx lrf|
|ePUB size:||1257 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1301 kb|
|Publisher:||Vandamere Pr; First Edition edition (July 1, 1996)|
International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0918339375. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-188) and index. Personal Name: Lane, Sharon, 1943-1969. Personal Name: Bigler, Philip. Rubrics: Vietnam War, 1961-1975 Biography Women United States Nurses Vietnam Casualties Military Nursing history War.
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First Lieutenant Sharon Lane was fatally wounded by fragments from a Russian-made 122mm rocket that was fired into the American base at Chu Lai in the early morning of June 8, 1969. She had been in-country only 51 days. Seven other Army nurses died in Vietnam during the war, but all as the result of accidents and other causes. He is a good writer who has great respect for his subject. The larger events of those times–the American political scene, the progress of the war, the geopolitical maneuverings–are deftly woven into the story of Lane’s middle-class American life, showing how an average individual can be swept up in the tide of history.
My first was purchased from Phillip Bigler approximately 15 years ago. The reason I purchased the book again is my first one got lost. The main reason I bought the book in the first place is I personally saw the "Lone Rocket" that killed Sharon Lane. I have seen this rocket several times since in my nightmares. It was at 0530 on Sunday Morning, June 8, 1969. as I laid in my bed about a mile from the hospital. A wonderful encapsulation of the life and death of Lieutenant Sharon Lane in Vietnam. I ready every word, twice. And, I am about to read it again.
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Hostile Fire : The Life and Death of First Lieutenant Sharon Lane. I was very mistaken in some of my history and Philip does a wonderful job of explaining these events. The book seemed to struggle to talk about Sharon herself, possibly because Sharon wasn't in the service for that long of a period, and during that time she up to 84 hours a week in. She worked all the time. Sharon's Character however was portrayed very well, just lacked the in-depth coverage.
Hostile Fire: The Life & Death of First Lieutenant Sharon Lane. 0918339375 (ISBN13: 9780918339379). This book means a lot to me, since it is the biography of my name sake. The book is accurately detailed. I particularly enjoyed the pictures and the inclusion of personal letters and the time line. Feb 06, 2016 Karen K - Ohio added it. Shelves: non-fiction, nurse, vietnam-war. Liked that it covered a Canton native experiences becoming a nurse, serving in Vietnam and her tragic death.
Bigler, Philip Hostile Fire : The Life & Death of First Lieutenant Sharon Lane. Borton, Lady After Sorrow : An American Among the Vietnamese. This book covers the men and women from both sides and is something special in the literature of the war. This is one for your bookshelf.
HOSTILE FIRE The Life and Death of Lt. Sharon Lane by Philip Bigler. American women have served with bravery and dedication on the battlefield since the Nation's beginning. Lt. Sharon Lane was part of that noble tradition, and her sacrifice helped pave the way for the more than 30,000 women who followed her example in the Gulf War and the almost 200,000 women now serving on active duty today.
30, 1968, photo provided by Philip Bigler, author of 'Hostile Fire,' Army nurse Sharon Lane is congratulated by a military official as she's promoted to first lieutenant in Aurora, Colo. Newser) – Minutes before 6am, Army nurse Martha Green woke with a jolt to a thunderous explosion half a mile away . Her biographer, Philip Bigler, calls her "a symbol" of nurses at war. This Memorial Day, her friends and colleagues' thoughts drift back to that fateful day in June of 1969. But some would rather forget.