Vietnam Vet Awarded Silver Star After 48 Years
Former Army Sgt. Larry F. Freeman had to wait 48 years to receive the Silver Star for his actions in Vietnam due to an administrative oversight.
KA-BAR Releases ‘The Last Mission’ Vietnam Tribute Video
'The Last Mission' follows a group of soldiers behind enemy lines in Vietnam and also shows how KA-BAR knives are used in warfare.
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Navy ROTC Comes Back to Princeton University After 40 Years
Princeton University will partner with Rutgers University beginning this fall to offer the Navy ROTC for the first time since the Vietnam era.
Missing U.S. Soldier Laid to Rest in Arlington National Cemetery
A missing U.S. soldier whose plan was shot down during the Vietnam War in October 1964 has been laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
MIA Air Force Pilot Found, Laid to Rest after 45 Years
The remains of an Air Force Pilot who vanished 45 years ago have been laid to rest at a repatriation ceremony at the Air Force Memorial on Dec. 13.
Preview: Under Fire – Vietnam Combat Sniper
Go behind enemy lines with a highly decorated Vietnam combat sniper veteran!
General Giap, Vietnamese Military Leader, Has Died
General Giap, who organized Vietnamese military opposition to the French and the Americans over three decades of devastating warfare, is dead.
Viet Cong Solider, Son Found in Jungle 40 Years After Fleeing Village – VIDEO
VIDEO: Jungle men found (AUDIO NOT AVAILABLE) Van Thanh, now 82, was last seen in 1973 running into the jungle, after his wife and two other children were killed by…
Vietnam-Era Draft Director Curtis Tarr Dies at 88
Curtis Tarr, who oversaw the lottery for the draft during the Vietnam War as head of the Selective Service program, has died. Tarr died of pneumonia on Friday at his…