Nam (1986 series) #14-26 [SET] — Volume 02: The Second Tour

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It's 1967, and you are there!

But how long will the men of the 23rd Infantry Division be able to say the same?

Marvel's groundbreaking saga of the Vietnam War continues!

Flashbacks on the front,

Worries in the world (a.k.a. back home)

and Murder in the ranks!

Plus: the first appearance of Mike "Ice" Phillips, one of the few soldiers who stayed with the series until nearly its end.

 

 

Collecting issues #14-26.

 

 

The 'Nam (1986 series) #14
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / John Beatty. 
"Fatigue Duty"
You'll get a rare opportunity to see war through the eyes of the men who fight it as a storyteller named Clark tells tales of the Vietnam War and World War II. Of course, that doesn't mean things are always the way Clark tells them!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #15
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Notes from the World" 
Ed Marks may be back in the States, but in some ways, his war has just begun! Get a firsthand glimpse of the life of a returning Vietnam vet in "Notes from the World!"
The 'Nam (1986 series) #16
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Good for the Goose"
Sergeant Prikow's being rotated out of his unit. But before anyone can think about who'll replace him, everyone's going to have to survive a not-so-friendly visit to some Vietnamese villages!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #17
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Back in the Boonies"
New men join the company. But don't give any of them a long lease on life because the glory-grabbing Lt. Alarnick is going to get some of them killed when he takes Sgt. Little and the men on a search and destroy mission against the Viet Cong "Back in the Boonies."
The 'Nam (1986 series) #18
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"The Bombs Bursting..."
Lieutenant Alarnick wants to cover himself in glory — by having his men wipe out a peaceful Vietnamese village! Can his men change his mind? And more importantly, when Alarnick's plan takes an unexpected turn, can they save his life?
The 'Nam (1986 series) #19
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Milk Run" 
When a tenderfoot Marine pilot is shot down, Squad Leader Phillips and his men try their best to get him to safety.. .and maybe even show him that there's more to war than just impersonal death from above!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #20
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Dominoes" 
If you think you know all about Vietnam, you're in for a surprise. In this issue, we gain a different perspective on the war, through the eyes of the Royal Thai Army!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #21
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Do Not Forsake Me" 
The wounded medic, Andy Clark, is awarded a Purple Heart. But it is a medal he believes that others need more than he does! But complicating his desire to give the medal to those who deserve it is girl trouble--South Vietnamese style.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #22
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Thanks for Thanksgiving" 
As the Tet Offensive draws nearer, the men of the 23rd celebrate Thanksgiving in the field. But what they don't realize is that they're giving the enemy something to be thankful about, too!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #23
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Frank Springer. 
"Blue Christmas"
As we near the Christmas Truce of 1967, a new recruit learns that spending the holidays far from home can make for a pretty "Blue Christmas!" 
The 'Nam (1986 series) #24
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Beginning of the End" 
North Vietnam launches the Tet Offensive and for the United States, it means that the war in Vietnam is lost!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #25
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Hue: City of Death" 
Andy Clark and Jim Rubino are in the Khe Sanh to get help for Rubino's wounded leg. But Khe Sanh is the target for one of the first strikes in the Tet Offensive! Can they rescue an ancient city from the North Vietnamese onslaught?
The 'Nam (1986 series) #26
By Doug Murray & Wayne Vansant / Geoff Isherwood. 
"Auld Acquaintance" 
Over the past couple of years, we've seen a lot of characters finish their tours of duty and leave the 'Nam. But what happened to them next? You'll find out as we check up on Ed, Top, Rob, and all the rest in this special homefront issue!