Author: Paul Kasper
This book gives an insightful perspective that only someone who has experienced the traumas of war could have. It is an exciting and hard hitting story. Since Vietnam, Paul Kasper has worked diligently to provide pride and dignity to our brave soldiers dying from exposure to Agent Orange. I have great respect for the author’s military and post military service to our country. Sarge Lintecum, Combat Infantry Squad Leader, 101st Airborne Division. Three tours of duty in Vietnam 1966, 1967 and 1968.
Paul has been writing for years, mainly articles for magazines like Outdoor magazine, Vietnam, Modeling Military Models, 1/6 scale magazine, etc. He also has spent many years as a veteran’s advocate, helping veterans and their families obtain their benefits. Serving on many Agent Orange committees, he is a life member of the DAV and VFW and the VVA. Not only was he a soldier, but has worked on bridge building crews, Firefighter for the Division of Forestry, American Red Cross Disaster Specialist and instructor trainer. Prior to his hands finally giving out, he was also known for his wood working skills- building duplicates of military firearms, he built many military memorials and shadow figures for displays, yard art and taught many others the craft. He served proudly with the 9th Infantry Division and was assigned to the Mobile Riverine Force during 1967 & 1968. He still has shrapnel in his leg after all these years. For the past many years he has been totally disabled and has very limited mobility.