Within this story lies one of the many ironies of my tour. Our human waste was valuable to the Vietnamese, and we were burning it. Burning our shit actually deprived local farmers of valuable fertilizer, used large amounts of gasoline and diesel fuel, served as punishment duty and fouled the Vietnamese sky with a dense, dark black smoke. In Vietnam, human waste was a staple fertilizer. Ours was much richer than that of locals, and each of us out-produced even the best-fed farmer.
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Enter our on line store here Latrines built and used by the Armed Forces in Vietnam circa Always remember.
You can also visit the web site that goes along with this book, Everymansbattle. They have some great articles on this web site that could minister to your needs in tremendous ways. More from Marriage Missions.