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Michael D. Mullins

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Michael D. Mullins, USA, served a tour in Vietnam with Delta Company, 3rd Battalion of the 7th Infantry in the 199th Light Infantry Brigade from March 1968 until March 1969.  He is a “native Hoosier with roots in the mountains of Southeastern Virginia. After serving his country in Vietnam, he attended a small college in that region and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree. He married while in college, returned to Indiana, and started a family.

He and his wife are the parents of two sons and three grandchildren. He completed a second undergraduate degree while working full time for a steel producer. Currently he works as a Team Leader for DaimlerChrysler. Mullins has served his community in a variety of service organizations. He was also a member of a local school board of trustees for sixteen years and established a local scholarship committee. He was and is a believer in all that is good about the United States of America.” Michael D. Mullins if the author of Vietnam in Verse: Poetry for Beer Drinkers.

Vietnam in Verse: Poetry for Beer Drinkers
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One reader of Vietnam in Verse: Poetry for Beer Drinkers said, “I am a Vietnam Veteran, and I attended the 25th Vietnam Reunion in Kokomo, Indiana in Sept 2007. I met a tall man dressed in old style US Army fatigues, Vietnam era; moreover, what struck me was his little sales trailer stationed just to the left of the stage; hence my meeting Mike "Moon" Mullins. We shook hands, hugged and welcomed each other home, its a Nam thing that we do. I perused "Moons" wares and read his POW poster, decided to buy "Vietnam in Verse". Later that day I sat down in our camp area and read half of it, passed it to my buddy and he tore into it as well. I looked at my buddy and he looked at me, and Roger says to me, "Tom, this guy has seen combat, it's like he is telling my very own story, brother!!!" Mike's poems are rare gifts to us Vets, he gets it right down to the marrow of the bone with us! The biggest gift that Mike has been blessed with, is the ability to allow others who were not in Vietnam, to clearly understand his/our emotions as we went through our individual experiences in The Vietnam War.”

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