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The Military Assistance Command, Vietnam — Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) conducted clandestine missions during the Vietnam War, working in Vietnam as well as the neighboring Laos and Cambodia. Their exploits are legendary, and few have recorded their experiences in such detail as John Stryker Meyer, also known by his nickname, “Tilt.” He has been a guest on the Jocko Willink podcast four times, and he recently shared with Coffee or Die his experience conducting a mission on Thanksgiving Day in 1968.

The totality of Meyer’s experience, however, is detailed most thoroughly in his book “Across the Fence.” Seventeen years after its publication, it is now available on audiobook, read by the author himself. Read Full Article Here

Coffee or Die Magazine Jan. 23, 2020: