9 Must-See Photos From A Marine’s Eye View Of The Vietnam War
After winning a camera in a poker game, Marine Marc Waszkiewicz took 4,000 photos documenting the Vietnam War.
Advocacy Group Calls On Obama To Pardon Post-9/11 Vets With ‘Bad-Paper’ Discharges
Vietnam Veterans of America is calling on President Obama to pardon veterans with bad-paper discharges if they were issued without a court martial.
Vietnam Veteran Gets His Dying Wish: To Go Fishing One Last Time
The Dublin, Georgia VA hospice care unit worked hard to make the veteran’s final days all they could be.
VA Employee Runs ‘Worst’ Veterans Charity In The United States
An investigative report has revealed that a charity “created by veterans on behalf veterans” may be making its Rolls-Royce-driving founder rich.
Vietnam Vets With Agent Orange-Linked Cancer Are Still Waiting For Justice
Vietnam veterans describe the feeling of abandonment by the VA for not acknowledging their bladder cancer is linked to Agent Orange.
10 Incredible Photos Of The Heroes Who Fought The Vietnam War
Vietnam Veterans Day marks the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam and honors the 3 million who served there.
116 Years Of Service For Vets Must Be Driven By A Cause. What’s Yours?
After 116 years, the Veterans of Foreign Wars is still fighting for veterans of all generations.
Health & Fitness
Study: Some Vietnam Vets Still Struggle With PTSD, 40 Years Later
New findings offer a close look at post-traumatic stress in Vietnam veterans, and what that might mean for future veterans.