Colonel Richard Camp

Colonel Richard Camp entered the U.S. Marines in 1962 as an infantry officer, serving in the 1st Marine Brigade in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. He eventually served as company commander during his time in Vietnam, and would see action several times, particularly at the Battle of Khe Sanh. After 25 years with the Marines, he retired as a Colonel. Colonel Camp is also an active military historian, and has written 14 fiction and non-fiction books, all of which are military-oriented. His books are all available on Amazon. 

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