Keith W. Nolan is acknowledged as the foremost chronicler of the Vietnam War. He is the author of nine other Vietnam War combat histories and is most recently the co-author of A Hundred Miles of Bad Road.
"AN ABSOLUTELY SUPERB ACCOUNT OF WAR AT THE LEVEL OF THE INDIVIDUAL
SOLDIER . . . This is a major contribution to Vietnam War
literature, particularly of action at the small-unit level."
--Military Review "Keith Nolan's research, his comprehension of the political as well as the military actions, his careful concern for those who were there, and, most of all, his writing, are superb. I recommend Ripcord without stint or reservation."
--STEPHEN AMBROSE "With Ripcord, Keith Nolan has added another significant battle history to his impressive list of works on the Vietnam War."
--JOHN DEL VECCHIO
Author of The 13th Valley