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A final battle: Bringing his best friend’s remains home from Vietnam
Ruben Valencia embarked on a 12-year journey, determined to bring home the remains of his best friend who was killed in Vietnam.
The Army is practicing firing artillery from boats for the first time since the Vietnam War
A Virginia Army National Guard unit travelled to the Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune in North Carolina in late April for a relatively unusual training exercise: firing a howitzer from a...
‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ is finally coming to the big screen
I'll drink to that.
Injured in an ambush, this Vietnam vet saved a fellow Marine from torture with nothing but his knife
Retired Marine Lance Corp James H. Stogner received the prestigious Navy Cross Medal during a special ceremony on April 5 at the VFW in Polson, Montana
You can now score the golden M16 once owned by a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
Nothing says "I'm the boss here" like a gold-plated firearm
A Vietnam War widow visited the place where her husband was killed, with the man who shot him down
"The Vietnam War was horrible. War is awful. People suffer. It's part of our history. But it also is the past."
‘Let’s see those X-rays’ — Vietnam vet ex-senator challenges Trump to prove bone spurs kept him out of the military
Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey wants President Donald Trump to prove that the bone spurs that purportedly kept him from serving in the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War...
The Army’s replacement for its Vietnam-era armored personnel carrier is officially on the horizon
The Army has awarded a $575 million contract to BAE Systems for the initial production of its replacement for the M113 armored personnel carriers the service has been rocking downrange...
Vietnam Veteran Awarded Silver Star 51 Years After Heroically Leading Rescue Of Ambushed Convoy
A retired officer whose leadership helped save soldiers and Marines pinned down by North Vietnamese fighters in 1967 received the third-highest award for valor on Friday for his heroism more...
5 Medal Of Honor Recipients Who Helped Turn The Tide Of Vietnam’s Brutal Battle Of Hue City
The Tet Offensive began on January 30 as the North Vietnamese occupied the city of Hue. U.S. Marines spent nearly a month fighting a brutal urban battle to retake the...
The Medal Of Honor Recipient Who Saved Dozens Of Soldiers In A Damaged Helo During Vietnam Has Died
When a brigade of U.S. troops was ambushed by the North Vietnamese Army in the Song Tra Cau riverbed on the morning of May 15, 1967, Lt. Charles Kettles volunteered...
5 Unforgettable Quotes From R. Lee Ermey, The Iconic Marine-Turned-Actor Buried Today At Arlington
R. Lee Ermey will always be remembered for his ability to cut loose with a string of profanity that bordered on the poetic.
Air Force Medal Of Honor Recipient Joe Jackson Has Died
Medal of Honor recipient Joe M. Jackson, a retired Air Force colonel and veteran of three wars, died Sunday. He was 95
Deported To Mexico, An Army Veteran Finally Returns Home In Death
For nearly a decade, Carlos Jaime Torres dreamed of being allowed to return to the United States, the place he … Continued
California School District Refuses To Give Vietnam Veteran His Diploma After 50 Years
The bullet busted through his boot and pierced his heel. Fifty years later, he remembers how badly it burned. Still, … Continued
Heroic Vietnam Veteran Receives Medal Of Honor For Saving More Than 20 Marines
The Oorah was in the air Wednesday as President Trump awarded the Medal of Honor to retired Marine Sgt. Maj. … Continued
A Vietnam Vet’s Reflections: ‘When I Think’
My mind’s eye sees the truly great. The line of grunts, stooped and low. Running to the fire. Grasping life … Continued
The Top American General In Vietnam Considered Using Nukes During The Siege Of Khe Sanh, New Documents Reveal
The top commander of U.S. military forces in Vietnam readied nuclear weapons for use on the battlefield in the early … Continued
The Army Special Forces Legend Who Survived Both The Holocaust And Vietnam Has Died
Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow survived three years in a Nazi concentration camp, he deployed twice to the jungles of Vietnam … Continued
What Happens When You Gotta Go In The Middle Of A Viet Cong Assault
Thus endeth the contest that went where military journalism hasn’t gone much. And apparently you neither, given the paucity of … Continued
A Handful Of Marines Are Already Rocking The Corps’ First New Sniper Rifle Since Vietnam
It's official: a few lucky Marines can finally count the Mk 13 Mod 7 — the Corps' first new sniper system … Continued
How A Failure Of Decision-Making Put The US On A Road To Disaster In Vietnam
The first step in avoiding future quagmires is to acknowledge the hazards of high-level decision-making. Fiercely ambitious and self-confident people, … Continued
A Dying Vietnam Veteran Held On Long Enough For One Final Flight With His Army Buddies
Ken Dierdorf wanted nothing more than to fly in a Bell UH-1 Iroquois “Huey” one last time with the men … Continued
Behold! A Vintage Woobie Jacket From The Vietnam War
Even back in ‘Nam, the beloved poncho liner was a favorite among troops — or at least among one. To … Continued
Aretha Franklin, Dead At 76, Inadvertently Recorded One Of Vietnam’s Best Protest Songs
Aretha Franklin, the legendary singer whose full-throated vocals earned her the undisputed title of “Queen of Soul,” died on Thursday … Continued