C.I.A. Clandestine Service Former Director Michael Sulick, says this about Doug Hubbard’s book “N.C.I.S. History Special Agent Viet Nam”: “Special Agent Vietnam is the first comprehensive account of naval counterintelligence and criminal investigation in Vietnam. Doug Hubbard’s first-hand experience provides unique insights into this little explored topic of the war, and the addition of a broad spectrum of his photos complements the narrative with a real life appeal. In a era when the term “terrorism” was not yet in vogue, NIS’ investigations of insurgent attacks against U.S. troops is a grim reminder of current threats our military faces in Afghanistan and around the globe on a daily basis.” NCIS, today’s Naval Criminal Investigative Service, was known simply as NIS during the Viet Nam War. These highly dedicated men of the Naval Investigative Service were comprised of officers, enlisted men and civilian Special Agents. “N.C.I.S. History Special Agent Viet Nam” is the only firsthand account of its kind that takes the reader into the clandestine dangerous world of counterespionage and crime, set amidst the sights, sounds and smells of the war in Viet Nam. This 6×9 inch, 411 page book, contains 116 never before seen photos and maps from the authors three tours of Viet Nam. Many of the images were shot by him at the scene, and help to bring to life the accompanying account that he describes in his writing. For the first time in print, group photos with the names of those who served in Viet Nam with NIS are featured, from the first small group in 1964 to the last in 1973.
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