This autobiography presents the life of Stan Krasnoff, an Australian senior army officer who served with American Special Forces in Vietnam. He writes of his time spent in Shanghai, the Philippines, and Vietnam and the story behind his nickname, "Krazyhor," inspired by the Native American Crazy Horse.
AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1 Twelve grains of sand2 Officer Cadet School3 What's in a name?4 To be, or not to be5 A duel with the Magyar6 The undergrad7 Robbie's bower8 Bert incites a riot9 The unimpressed sentry10 Long Hop11 The Sheriff, her posse of gals, and the Vampire12 Mr Piggy and the Bewani patrol13 Flying foxes and the cargo cult14 Westering home on a song and a breeze15 Erina16 The Jungle Training Centre17 The Grey phenomenon18 Introspections of a kind19 Vietnam and the Team20 And then there was Gritz21 To snatch a prisoner22 Krazy Hor23 Of tiger suits and other things24 Gil's way25 The Grey Eight26 Serendipity27 Of sandy blight and other things28 Exercise Draught Master29 Catharsis30 SNOWJOB and the Clayton's Defence
Number Of Pages: 216
Published: 21st December 2012
Publisher: Allen & Unwin