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Robert B. Robeson

Lieutenant Colonel

U.S.-Army

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Robert B. Robeson
Robert B. Robeson is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel who flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam, evacuating 2,533 patients. He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was shot down twice in one year. Col. Robeson has been published in Reader's Digest, Vietnam Combat, Positive Living, and Newsday. He has been a managing editor and columnist, has a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland and has completed extensive graduate journalism work at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He's won many state and national journalism awards and is a previous Amy Writing Award winner. "Captain Robeson, this one's gonna make your whole day," he said, handing it to me. "An urgent, insecure for seven Vietnamese civilians with multiple gunshot wounds out on Barrier Island.


Robert Robeson | Real Combat Life

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Robert B. Robeson flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), helping to evacuate 2,533 patients. He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was twice shot down. As a writer, he has been published over 730 times in 260 publications in 130 countries, which include the Reader's Digest, Positive Living, Vietnam Combat, Soldier of Fortune, Official Karate, Frontier Airline Magazine and Newsday, among others. He's been awarded 15 George Washington Honor Medals for essays, articles and speeches on freedom by national award juries of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa. He's also been decorated eight times for valor by two governments. Robeson retired from the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel after 27½ years of military service on three continents. In addition, he's been a newspaper managing editor and columnist and is now a full-time professional writer. 3. Lt. Col. Robert Robeson, U.S. Army (Ret.) in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson)


Honoring America’s Fallen Warriors on Memorial Day by Robert Robeson | Real Combat Life

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Honoring America's Fallen Warriors on Memorial Day by Robert Robeson
2. (L-R) Captain Robert B. Robeson goes over details with CW2 Tim Yost (at Red Beach in Da Nang, South Vietnam) of a medevac mission for a captured and critically wounded North Vietnamese Army (enemy) officer-that they just flew under fire from the officer's own men-in time to save his life on March 7, 1970. (Photo by Bild am Sonntag, a West German newspaper that has given the author permission to use all photos taken that day.) Robert B. Robeson flew 987, medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), evacuating 2,533 patients. Seven of his helicopters were shot up by enemy fire and he was twice shot down. He was commander and operations officer during his tour with the 236th Medical Detachment (Helicopter Ambulance) in Da Nang. Robeson retired from the U.S. Army, as a lieutenant colonel, after 27½ years of service on three continents. He has been a newspaper managing editor and columnist, has a BA in English from the University of Maryland and has completed extensive undergraduate and graduate work in journalism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. WHY AMERICA EXISTS: A FOURTH OF JULY EPISTLE by Robert B. Robeson Pet's Hoof And Paw Prints On Combat Soldiers Hearts by Robert B. Robeson What It's Like To Be The Real 1% By Robert B. Robeson


Special Delivery by Robert Robeson | Real Combat Life

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Special Delivery by Robert Robeson
Captain Robert Robeson and crew fly south along China Beach and the South China Sea in Da Nang, South Vietnam on an urgent medevac mission in early 1970. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson) Captain Robert Robeson and crew fly south along China Beach and the South China Sea in Da Nang, South Vietnam on an urgent medevac mission in early 1970. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson) Robert B. Robeson flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), helping to evacuate 2,533 patients. He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was twice shot down in one year. His articles and short stories have been published more than 725 times in over 250 newspapers and magazines in 130 countries. This includes the Reader's Digest, Official Karate, Vietnam Combat, Positive Living, Soldier of Fortune, Frontier Airline Magazine, and Newsday, among others. He's also a professional (life) member of the National Writers Association and the Military Writers Society of America. Robeson retired from the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel, after 27½ years of military service on three continents. To this day, he still has an aversion to being shot at. (L-R) Captain Rich Fox, CW2 Sandy Letcher, Captain Robert Robeson (author) and 1st. Lt. Ron ("The Mauller") Reidenbaugh (who plays court jester) after an awards ceremony at Red Beach in Da Nang, South Vietnam in early 1970. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson) WHY AMERICA EXISTS: A FOURTH OF JULY EPISTLE by Robert B. Robeson Pet's Hoof And Paw Prints On Combat Soldiers Hearts by Robert B. Robeson What It's Like To Be The Real 1% By Robert B. Robeson


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