You know it is funny, when I was in college after I got out of the Army I got involved with the Vets Club on campus and the one thing I learned was if men were in a war they don't like to talk about it or if they do it is not real graphic or a lot of detail. The majority of the Vets in the club were Vietnam war Vets and they did say much about the war. I will also say they were as helpful a group of guys you could ask for, I remember a guy on campus was really screwed up on booze and we all got together and the Nam guys started talking about the habits they kicked. I was surprised at the number of guys with drug addictions that they had beaten. The guy was talking about killing himself and one of the Vets Who's house we were at went a got a .45 put one in the chamber set it on the table in front of the guy and said if you really want to kill yourself there a gun do it but, if you want to kick this we are here to help you. The common bond between us war time or peace time was we all served and they helped that guy beat alcohol.