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These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam had to navigate “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.
11/24/2022
He Drove Trucks During the Vietnam War. It Was No Easy Task.

These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam had to navigate “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.

These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam named their total mileage, “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.

Was Gen. William C. Westmoreland right in his Vietnam strategy? Author Dale Andrade argues that Westmoreland laid the gr...
11/24/2022
Gen. William C. Westmoreland Was Right

Was Gen. William C. Westmoreland right in his Vietnam strategy? Author Dale Andrade argues that Westmoreland laid the groundwork for Creighton Abrams.

By the end of the war, more than 40,000 Thai military personnel had served in Vietnam, suffering losses of 351 killed an...
11/24/2022
How Thailand Played A Key Role in the Vietnam War

By the end of the war, more than 40,000 Thai military personnel had served in Vietnam, suffering losses of 351 killed and 1,358 wounded.

Did you know that more than 40,000 Thai military personnel served in Vietnam?

The primary purpose of audacious Operation Dewey Canyon was to kill North Vietnamese Army troops and deny them supplies ...
11/23/2022
Operation Dewey Canyon: The US Foray Into Laos

The primary purpose of audacious Operation Dewey Canyon was to kill North Vietnamese Army troops and deny them supplies and access to the densely populated areas of the coastal lowlands. Controversy arose when U.S. Marines crossed into Laos.

The standout chapter of the book, in this reviewer’s opinion, is “Marines at War.” - “It was a haphazard, episodic sort ...
11/23/2022
'America’s Descent into Vietnam, 1965' Review: A Good Vietnam War Primer

The standout chapter of the book, in this reviewer’s opinion, is “Marines at War.” - “It was a haphazard, episodic sort of combat…we did not see heavy combat…but we saw enough to learn those lessons that could not be taught in the training camps.”

This well-written book covers the basics of the Vietnam War with a focus on 1965.

Intrepid Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, flying from a secret CIA landing strip in Laos, evade North Vietnamese MiG-17s 75...
11/21/2022
Pararescue Jumpers' Daring Rescue of Downed Fighter Pilot Deep Inside North Vietnam

Intrepid Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, flying from a secret CIA landing strip in Laos, evade North Vietnamese MiG-17s 75 miles north of Hanoi during one of the Vietnam War's most harrowing helicopter missions to rescue a downed American F-105 pilot.

Intrepid Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, flying from a secret CIA landing strip in Laos, evade North Vietnamese MiG-17s 75 miles north of Hanoi during one of the Vietnam War's most harrowing helicopter missions to rescue a downed American F-105 pilot

The HH-53's armor, heavy lifting capability, maneuverability, range and speed made it ideal for CSAR and special ops dur...
11/20/2022
Arsenal | HH-53 Super Jolly Green Giant

The HH-53's armor, heavy lifting capability, maneuverability, range and speed made it ideal for CSAR and special ops during the Vietnam War.

The HH-53's armor, heavy lifting capability, maneuverability, range and speed made it ideal for CSAR and special ops during the Vietnam War

The humble bicycle proved to be a critical and unstoppable weapon in the 30-year Indochina war.
11/20/2022
Pedal Power - Bicycles in Wartime Vietnam

The humble bicycle proved to be a critical and unstoppable weapon in the 30-year Indochina war.

The humble bicycle proved to be a critical and unstoppable weapon in the 30-year Indochina war

Unprecedented declines in morale and discipline among troops in Vietnam spawned fragging a phenomenon forever tied to th...
11/19/2022
The Hard Truth About Fragging

Unprecedented declines in morale and discipline among troops in Vietnam spawned fragging a phenomenon forever tied to the Vietnam War in which the M26, M61 or M67 fragmentation gr***de was used to kill a superior officer often ending in court-martial.

Unprecedented declines in morale and discipline among troops in Vietnam spawned fragging a phenomenon forever tied to the Vietnam War in which the M26, M61 or M67 fragmentation gr***de was used to kill a superior officer often ending in court-martial

Fear struck Marine 1st Lt. Paul Buceti when he saw an enemy hand reach in from the darkness, pull back the canvas cover ...
11/18/2022
"How To Deal With Sappers": The Twin Battles of Firebase Six-Shooter

Fear struck Marine 1st Lt. Paul Buceti when he saw an enemy hand reach in from the darkness, pull back the canvas cover and toss a huge stick gr***de through the entrance of his bunker.

The U.S. Marines fought two harrowing battles with North Vietnamese sappers launching stealth attacks on their firebase.

Hamburger Hill, where Col. Weldon Honeycutt led a controversial 10-day “meatgrinder” battle to secure Hill 937 only to a...
11/18/2022
Hell on Hamburger Hill

Hamburger Hill, where Col. Weldon Honeycutt led a controversial 10-day “meatgrinder” battle to secure Hill 937 only to abandon it a week later, Americans questioned the senseless slaughter. Soon, plans were announced to reduce U.S. troop strength.

Emphasis on the Medal of Honor undermines Vietnam veterans’ legacy of valor according to Jerry Morelock, senior editor o...
11/17/2022
Is the Medal of Honor Overrated?

Emphasis on the Medal of Honor undermines Vietnam veterans’ legacy of valor according to Jerry Morelock, senior editor of Vietnam magazine.

Emphasis on the Medal of Honor undermines Vietnam veterans’ legacy of valor

The primary purpose of audacious Operation Dewey Canyon was to kill North Vietnamese Army troops and deny them supplies ...
11/17/2022
Operation Dewey Canyon: The US Foray Into Laos

The primary purpose of audacious Operation Dewey Canyon was to kill North Vietnamese Army troops and deny them supplies and access to the densely populated areas of the coastal lowlands. Controversy arose when U.S. Marines crossed into Laos.

Was Gen. William C. Westmoreland right in his Vietnam strategy? Author Dale Andrade argues that Westmoreland laid the gr...
11/17/2022
Gen. William C. Westmoreland Was Right

Was Gen. William C. Westmoreland right in his Vietnam strategy? Author Dale Andrade argues that Westmoreland laid the groundwork for Creighton Abrams.

By the end of the war, more than 40,000 Thai military personnel had served in Vietnam, suffering losses of 351 killed an...
11/16/2022
How Thailand Played A Key Role in the Vietnam War

By the end of the war, more than 40,000 Thai military personnel had served in Vietnam, suffering losses of 351 killed and 1,358 wounded.

Did you know that more than 40,000 Thai military personnel served in Vietnam?

Corruption was a central theme of the Viet Cong's bid for power against the South. But exactly how corrupt was South Vie...
11/16/2022
Was the South Vietnam Government Corrupt? | HistoryNet

Corruption was a central theme of the Viet Cong's bid for power against the South. But exactly how corrupt was South Vietnam?

Corruption was a central theme of the Viet Cong's bid for power. But exactly how corrupt was South Vietnam?

These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam had to navigate “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.
11/16/2022
He Drove Trucks During the Vietnam War. It Was No Easy Task.

These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam had to navigate “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.

These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam named their total mileage, “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.

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Two Red Cross volunteers discovered a whole new meaning of Thanksgiving in the jungle of Vietnam.
After 50 years, almost nothing was recognizable, but at least I didn't have malaria.
These U.S. Army drivers in Vietnam had to navigate “Two Million Miles of Bad Road.” Yet somehow they got the job done.
Was Gen. William C. Westmoreland right in his Vietnam strategy? Author Dale Andrade argues that Westmoreland laid the groundwork for Creighton Abrams.
By the end of the war, more than 40,000 Thai military personnel had served in Vietnam, suffering losses of 351 killed and 1,358 wounded.
Turkey on the mind...
The primary purpose of audacious Operation Dewey Canyon was to kill North Vietnamese Army troops and deny them supplies and access to the densely populated areas of the coastal lowlands. Controversy arose when U.S. Marines crossed into Laos.
Senior U.S. commanders thought the NVA and Viet Cong were too "primitive" to eavesdrop and make deadly use of radio intelligence. Careless communications cost American lives.
U.S. Marines move through tall grass on the lookout for the Viet Cong during Operation Hastings in 1966. Photo by LCpl. Ferreira. U.S. National Archives.
Here's how an Army first lieutenant hooked up with his college buddy to celebrate Thanksgiving "just down the road" in Vietnam.
Marine pilots in their diminutive Douglas A-4 Skyhawks provided vital close air support for ground forces in Vietnam.
The standout chapter of the book, in this reviewer’s opinion, is “Marines at War.” - “It was a haphazard, episodic sort of combat…we did not see heavy combat…but we saw enough to learn those lessons that could not be taught in the training camps.”
After Russell Forrest Keck's burial, his mother brought her grief straight to the person who she believed was responsible for her terrible loss — U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
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Airman First Class William H. Pitsenbarger's fellow veterans and home town persevered for three decades to bring about his long-overdue recognition with a posthumous Medal of Honor.
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