Haunted By a Comment Directed His Way, Southeastern Wyoming Man Doug Chamberlain Wrote a Book About His Service in Vietnam

TORRINGTON, Wyo. — Doug Chamberlain isn’t interested in reading books about Vietnam soldiers raping villagers.

First, Chamberlain never saw that in his company, he said. There were American-Asian children, but how they came to be wasn’t violent.

Instead, Chamberlain has written a book about other aspects of the Vietnam war, from snakes that were up to 36 feet long, to rats that traps did nothing to…

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Rhett Wilkinson has won 13 journalism awards over 5 years of applying for them. Formerly of B/R, Screen Rant, and Patch. Also been a successful pro se litigant.

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