"And now we have some heart felt and thought provoking interview footage from all three veterans."
I enlisted because I was swayed by the false propaganda surrounding war.
I was drafted into the war. I tried to run away from it but the guilt and shame was too much.
I enlisted. I love my country and I felt obligated.
" Welcome back to your Local News Broadcasting straight to you. This next segment is on Vietnam War veterans. These next few guests are very special. Ron Kovic and Tim O'Brien have both written novels on their experiences and Robert Miller was in the "Hearts and Minds" documentary.
Proud but confused. Serving wasn't anywhere near what I thought it would be.
One way to describe it is heavy. I felt heavy. The physical and emotional burden was extreme.
"I felt good. I wanted more, it wasn't... for politics... They were the enemy."
Other than when I was shot, a majorly influential point in the war for me was when I thought I killed the Corporal
Pictured from left to right is Ron Kovic, Tim O'Brien, and Robert Muller.
Kiowa's death was one tragedy that changed so much and really contributed to who I am now.
When I was shot was my most impactful point. I thought I was going to die.
The war was senseless and unnecessary. I now devote a massive amount of time protesting future wars.
"How did you get involved in the war?"
I feel like I learned a lot and that writing it out is helping me to cope and understand.
I feel "bitter". Mostly because of the life of serving, that I had been so devoted to, was taken from me.
"How did you feel during the war?"
"What was an influential pointin the war for you?"
"My final question for the three of you is how do you feel with the war over?"