Special Forces veteran Nick Brokhausen joined the SOG on his second tour in Vietnam, and took part in some of the most dangerous missions of the war, deep in enemy territory. After Vietnam, Nick Brokhausen has led an interesting life, which has included work in security projects in a number of countries. He now runs a tech company and an armouring company.
I can see why this book soon became a cult classic on its first publication ten years ago - it is essential reading, and spectacularly well written and quite riveting, for anyone with an interest in the conflict that defined modern-day America. * Books Monthly * We Few pulls no punches. This book endlessly recounts the wanton thievery that Special Forces men routinely engaged in, their predilection for random acts of violence, and their many dust-ups with REMF authority. Brokhausen is as hard-boiled as they come, but this book is also replete with plenty of humor, even if it is obsidian black... an excellent and exceptionally raw look at the Vietnam War just at the apex of its unpopularity... this battle-scarred memoir is an excellent tribute to the generation that fought, laughed, and died in Southeast Asia. * New York Journal of Books * Some of the action accounts have you holding your breath in anticipation of the ending. * Miniature Wargames - Chris Jarvis *