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Phil Ferrazano: PHIL'S WEBSITE

<form action="" enctype="application/x-www-form-urlencoded" method="post" target="_top"><input name="cmd" type="hidden" value="_s-xclick" /> <input name="hosted_button_id" type="hidden" value="84UUQAK7JYU3J" /> <input alt="PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!" border="0" name="submit" src="" type="image" /> <img src="" border="0" alt="" width="1" height="1" /> </form> <p>Thanks for the visit. The road was long and hard for many veterans of the Vietnam War. As with any war, many have stories to tell, meaningful stories. Those returning from the Iraq War will also relate to this story and hopefully will help those with their PTSD problems. Yes, it's been a winding road with many turns in my life. Your path in life has lead you to this site. You'll feel the pride for our veterans after you read my book. Or maybe just the music will stir you. I've been told it's a must read for every American and for anyone who decides to send our young off to war. That picture of me is when I was in Tan An. I carried a guitar with me when I could. The year was 1970, I was twenty. On my site you can read some excepts from my book. "Facing The Wall: An Infantryman's Post Vietnam Memoir." My true story. After thirty seven years, I still can't believe what we faced in Vietnam. Also review my six song Cd of songs I recorded in honor of my comrades. Http:// CDbaby. Each song has a story behind it. Check it out and enjoy, and thanks. To all you veterans, "Welcome Home.".....also Now my music cd is available to download for MP's through CDBABY.Com Email: or Use PayPal to order from and (for the CD)&nbsp; ALAMO JOE, by PHIL FERRAZANO, is available, order on, Facing the wall.On.</p>

me and my guitar, Tan An Vietnam, 1970 - chop_topbottom