Posted by Rick Fredericksen in May 2015
Saigon 1969: 19 year old U.S. Marine, Rick Fredericksen
Ppsted on Facebook by Paul Blizzard, January 2020
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"After the Hanoi Hilton"
by Rick Fredericksen
(Originally published about seven years ago.)
Fraud, fakery, even animal bones were used to hoax the search for Vietnam POWs and MIAs. "After the Hanoi Hilton" is now UPDATED with fresh content and photos. A short read and digital only. This link accommodates all devices. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/167605
Also on Amazon.
Posted July 2019
Individual Photo Albums & Stories
Rick Fredericksen, Cpl, USMC (Page 3)
Saigon / Hon Tre (1969-70)
After completing his military service, Rick continued to work as a news correspondent in the Far East and South-East Asia so some of
these photos were taken after the Vietnam War ended.
Rick after Boot Camp and after he had arrived at DINFOS for Advanced Training
He wrote: On this date, I entered the Marine Corps. Seen here at my first assignment after boot camp: broadcasting school (DINFOS) in Indianapolis (1968). Marines never forget the day their lives changed forever on arrival for basic training. I don't look like a trained killer.
[Posted on Facebook in October 2020.]
Posted on Facebook by Rick Fredericksen, July 30, 2019