The December 2010 issue of Vietnam features stories on the Ia Drang campaign and the falling out of General Paul Harkins after the 1963 Battle of Ap Bac, and an interview with former Army chaplain James D. Johnson, author of Combat Trauma, about PTSD
October 2010 Vietnam magazine features an interview with Karl Marlantes, details about the F-105D, and stories about Khe Sanh, fragging, combined action platoons, body counts, and the story of one journalist's return to Marble mountain.
August 2010 Vietnam magazine features an interview with James G. Zumwalt, author of Bare Feet, Iron Will, about finding solace through the eyes of the enemy, a feature story on Dieter Dengler's escape from a Laotian POW Camp, and specs on the M-3A1 Grease Gun
June 2010 Vietnam magazine features a 3rd Marine Division radioman's account of the battle of Dai Do, an insider account on the fall of Saigon in April 1975, and an interview with Walt Sides, former Marine sniper scout and founder of Rolling Thunder
April 2010 Vietnam magazine features Edward Lansdale's CIA mission in South Vietnam in the mid-1950s, JPAC's story on finding lost dog tags in Vietnam, and napping Marines startled by Coca-Cola kid
February 2010 Vietnam magazine features stories of Bob Hope's Christmas shows in Vietnam, America’s first Vietnam draft lottery, held 40 years ago, with submitted stories, and an interview with Jan Scruggs, president of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
December 2009 Vietnam magazine features stories of daring Pararescue Jumpers who rescued a downed fighter pilot deep inside North Vietnam, America’s alliance with Ho Chi Minh during WWII and an interview with Max Cleland, author of Heart of a Patriot
October 2009 Vietnam magazine features the story of how Marine Captain John Ripley blew up Dong Ha bridge, and an interview with Duery Felton, curator of the Vietnam Veterans Collection, along with exclusive photos of items left at the Wall.
The August 2009 issue of Vietnam magazine features the secret bombing mission of legendary actor Jimmy Stewart; an exclusive interview, plus photos, with Bobbie Keith, known as Bobbie the Weathergirl; a Marine clash with Viet Cong and more.
This issue of Vietnam magazine features stories on Hamburger Hill, NVA sappers, the M72, and American air power
Vietnam magazine, April 2009, takes a controversial look at Gen. Westmoreland, My Lai, the A-6 Intruder, an AC-130 dodging SAMs, and more.
The February issue of Vietnam magazine focuses on the 1968 Tet Offensive, including a Huey pilot's duel with a Viet Cong .50-cal gunner, a desperate battle for Hill 108 and the siege of Marines at Camp Carroll.
Letters to Vietnam Magazine, February 2009 issue.
In his last issue of Vietnam Magazine David Zabecki highlights articles on the extraordinary lives of the only two triple Combat Medical Badge winners, and a first hand account of a leader he followed in the first days of Tet in the battle for Hill 108 and who remains a role model for him to this day.
Table of Contents for December 2008 Vietnam magazine. Includes link to 1970s news film of the evacuation of Da Nang.