Wilbur Little is a Marine Vietnam Vet who was an infantryman in the early days of the Vietnam Conflict. He operated in the northernmost parts of South Vietnam and saw plenty of first hand action with the opposing forces. His tour in Vietnam ended after ten months when he was seriously wounded and evacuated to Guam for medical treatment.
After his hospitalization he remained in Guam for the remaining nine months of his time with the Marines. He ran the Navy-Marine Liaison Office where among other things he had the opportunity to meet then President Lyndon B. Johnson.
You are going to enjoy this very interesting and exciting interview with a Marine who tells how it really was in the Northern I Corps during the Vietnam War.