Michael Archer recalls how young men struggled to survive under the intense combat and continuous shelling during the 77-day-long siege of Khe Sanh in the Vietnam War.
Michael Archer tells the tragic story of his best friend, one of the last to die in the bloody battle of Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War, the effect on family and friends, and the ongoing search for his remains on that old battlefield.
Author Michael Archer tells the incredible story of a Pakistani immigrant who rose through Marine Corps enlisted and officer ranks and realized his destiny in saving thousands of American lives at the siege of Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War.
This blog is intended to share information related to the topics of my books on the battle of Khe Sanh, which include A Patch of Ground: Khe Sanh Remembered and The Long Goodbye: Khe Sanh Revisited (awarded Foreword Reviews 2016 INDIES Book of the Year). In 2019, my third book, The Gunpowder Prince: How Marine Corps Captain Mirza Munir Baig Saved Khe Sanh, received the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation's prestigious Colonel Joseph Alexander Award for most distinguished book of biographical literature.