Jimmy Capri was concerned that presenting a paper in Vietnam would unmask the post traumatic stress disorder that he had managed to submerge for 35 years. He didn’t anticipate a new love.
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Doctor Jimmy Capri was anxious. Doctor Maureen “Mo” Lally had coerced him into presenting their paper at a military medical meeting in Hanoi. He feared that returning to Vietnam would unmask the post traumatic stress disorder from his first tour at First Marines First Medical Battalion in Da Nang that he had managed to submerge for over thirty-five years. The memories that had lain dormant did surface, including the details of his love affair with Mai Nguyen, a nurse. What he didn’t anticipate from his short stay in Vietnam, was a new love.