“My Father's Vietnam”
Wednesday, November 11, 2015,
The Main Street Landing Film House,
60 Lake Street, Burlington Vermont:
Film screenings 11:00, 2:00 & 7:30.
Tickets are available through Flynntix. http://www.flynntix.org
The director will attend the 11:00 AM performance and be available for questions.
Blocks of tickets are available for Veterans and their families through the generous support of Pomerleau Real Estate and J & A Pump and Motor Service.
Additional information and a film trailer can be seen at www.calmfrenzy.com/film.html
"I give this film my highest praise. I want people to see it to understand the deep thinking that went into the tough decision made by most veterans to serve in that lengthy and controversial military engagement—now remembered as the Vietnam War. Many veterans paid a high price. The tribute to the fallen is breathtaking."
Jan Craig Scruggs, Esq., President Emeritus
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
2600 Virginia Ave NW Suite 104
Washington DC 20037
“Calm Frenzy” One Man's Vietnam War
by Loring M. Bailey, Jr.
This book is the letters written by Loring M. Bailey, Jr. from training through 5 months of combat infantry in Vietnam. He was killed by a hidden explosive device on March 15, 1970. Compiled by his wife, parents, brother-in-law and close friend, it is the personal
account of one man in a war with a 360 degree front.
“Ring found a passion in the written word. His letters represent the emergence of a new voice. A voice heard only briefly and from the most horrific of circumstances.”
Chip Lamb, Pomfret School
Contact: Rik Carlson, co-editor, www.calmfrenzy.com,
101 Killarney Drive,
Burlington VT 05408
Home 802-864-0482 Cell 802-881-3821