DON'T TAKE ANY WOODEN NICKELS
is a book which gives the reader a different look and perspective of the controversial Vietnam War. John Richard Carter served in the United States Army for 21 years and served two tours of duty in Vietnam and one in Korea.
Read the personal letters shared by a father to his son in the turmoil that was the Vietnam War and witness how even though there were thousands of miles between the two of them and no internet at that time to communicate, how they stayed in contact with each other. Keeping each other grounded and continuing to flourish a distance relationship, "Don't Take Any Wooden Nickels" provides a new outlook how the Vietnam War affected an average Midwest family.