Recently published “An Army Firefighter in Vietnam 1970-1971” by Michael Louis Kuk is a Captivating and Personal Look at What It Was for a Firefighter in Vietnam | New


MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania., December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “An army firefighter in Vietnam 1970-1971 “: A Powerful Tale of Life During the Vietnam War.” An Army Fireman in Vietnam 1970-1971 “is the creation of the published author Michael louis kuk, retired fire chief for the Joint Readiness Training Center and the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Polk, Louisiana. Kuk has over fifty-five years of experience in the fire service, including over fifty years as a CEO. In 1965 he became a Fire Explorer Scout and began a journey in the fire department. A veteran of the United States Army in Vietnam, his professional service began to Fort Polk in 1969, as station chief for the USARV detachment of the American army firefighters in Long Binh, Vietnam, in 1970 and 1971.

Kuk shares, “Military history continues to evolve and grow. Every conflict that has had US troops on the ground is full of historical information and activity, and the Vietnam War is no exception.

“Chief Michael L. Kuk the writing tells of the time he spent at Vietnam with the US military as a combat firefighter. This work encompasses what a very small detail of firefighters did while stationed there in support of the overall war effort.

“It was not a glamorous war hero position. But it took bravery and courage to face and overcome the other dangers that war might present. One misstep would result in serious injury and / or death if these firefighters did not meet the highest standard when necessary.

“The events of this book tell its story in a pragmatic way. No Hollywood in the spotlight, just a harsh, factual retrospective of young American soldiers doing the right thing at the right time, to save and protect U.S. military assets and personnel in a remote part of the world.

“The photographs alone tell a more detailed story, as documentation of fire apparatus and their response personnel is rarely filmed in a theater of war, let alone recorded.

“The return of a foster home for many Vietnam veterans was ashamed. Finally, America is grateful for their service and their sacrifices. Fortunately, many are now sharing their stories of their contribution. This book will tell a new chapter on the Vietnam War and its soldiers.

“We must be proud that these Vietnam War veterans never forgot their patriotism.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, that of Michael Louis Kuk new book offers readers an engaging new voice from a tumultuous time.

Kuk offers a pragmatic approach to this historical narrative of life during and after Vietnam.

Consumers can purchase “Army Fireman by Vietnam 1970-1971 “in traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store or Barnes and Noble.

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