Nebraska Authors

Danny Buoy

"Danny Buoy" is the pen name of an Omaha soldier who served in Vietnam. He notes that he was "born, reared and educated in Omaha." When he graduated from college without a draft deferment in 1966, he enlisted and was sent to Vietnam, where he became Flight Operations Specialist for a U.S. Army Chinook Helicopter Company. He says he wrote his novel Pachyderms to reveal aspects of the war that the American public never knew about.

Author Of

  • Fiction

Keywords

Vietnam War Fiction; Military Fiction

Bibliography

Pachyderms. 1996.

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