"During the operations in Vietnam War, when our position came under heavy shelling, we left the position and took refuge under a rock", writes captain Jim. "After some time, I realized that my platoon corporal, Harry was missing. I informed the company commander that I wanted to go back. He said don't be stupid. It is not worth the risk of your life. There is nothing left. I insisted and he allowed me. I went there and came back, empty handed. Did not I tell you that the risk was not worth it, the company commander said. No sir, it was worth it I replied. When I reached the company position, Corporal Harry was alive, badly wounded. He said to me, Jim, I knew you would come. These were his last words before he died in my arms". -MAJOR GENERAL ATHAR ABBAS, ISPR, Rawalpindi, May 22.