Vance Gammons was the Company Commander of the 335th Assault Helicopter Company in an era like no other: the Vietnam War. At the time, none of the Cowboys—as they were called then and today—knew what would become of their lives if they were lucky enough to survive their time in country. It wasn’t until a 2017 Cowboy Reunion that Gammons suggested they document their experiences after the warin a sociological exercise that would become this book.
335th Assault Helicopter Company: What We Did After the Vietnam War is a collection of their biographies, overflowing with stories of life after Vietnam, varied accomplishments and downfalls, and a continued support for our enduring nation, all in the words of not-so-famous, ordinary men.
Paperback | ISBN 978-1-947309-38-8 | 296 pages BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Military