Features: 35 b&w illus. 5 maps. Index.
Chaplain James D. Johnson broke all the rules to be with his men. He
chose to accompany them, unarmed, on their daily combat operations, a
decision made against the recommendations of his superiors. During what
would be the final days for some, he offered his ministry not from a
pulpit but on the battlefields—in hot landing zones and rice paddies, in
hospitals, aboard ship, and knee-deep in mud. He even found time for
baptisms in the muddy Mekong River. more... about Combat Chaplain: A Thirty-Year Vietnam Battle