If I Die in a Combat Zone

how does tim o'brien decribe the war as unjust? give examples please.

If i die in a combat zone

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O'brien feels this particular war is unjust. The result is a moral ambiguity that goes on within the conflict zone. Although he became close to his comrades in arms, he loathed the reasons for American military involvement in Vietnam.