'That damn war," my mother wailed between sobs. My brother, Steve,
died on the streets of Fargo, North Dakota nearly 30 years to the
day he enlisted into the Army and went to Vietnam. He left us only
with questions about our failure to help him and why our mother was
never notified of his death. Steve's story mirrors those on
veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. "No Immediate Threat"
doesn't just tell the story of one American veteran, it tells the
story of many.
'Ms. Campbell tells it like it is and offers many good insights,
and cures into the problems not only faced by Vietnam vets, but
also our returning veterans from the Gulf War and Iraq. Will their
story be different?"
-Rick Baker, Vietnam veteran, 1968-70
'"No Immediate Threat" is more than a stirring and sensitive
tribute to a Vietnam veteran brother whose untimely death shocked
family and friends. This book also raises searching questions about
how we treat our current returning veterans and their families,
what services are actually available to them, and what we can do to
make sure our government responds to their needs."
-Maril Crabtree, author of the Sacred series,
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