It was June 1967 in Kontum.

Ken Frost, who a paratrooper of the U.S. Army, was serving in the central highlands of Vietnam.

“VietCong came in one night and threw charges in our trucks, our ammo dump, threw a grenade in the major’s tent that was right next to me. That disrupted the whole night,” he said, “The place we found to lie in didn’t smell very good.”

He and other soldiers went towards the perimeter, firing into the jungle. Five enemy soldiers were killed. One of the enemy was their barber. When he came to give haircuts to the G.I.s, he was secretly…

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 The Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Book