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Letters From Readers – December 2007 – Vietnam

More on an American Hero Here’s a little more about Donald Koelper, who was mentioned in the piece by Sally Bush Lynch (“Perspectives,” April). Captain Koelper, a U.S. Marine Corps adviser to...
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Letter From Vietnam Magazine – October 2007

Why have so few Americans ever heard about Billy Walkabout? The Vietnam War had its heroes, no less than any other American war. The problem with Vietnam is that so few people have ever heard of most of those...
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Letter From April 2007 Vietnam Magazine

Vietnam’s Voices in the Wilderness In this issue, we examine two Americans who are counted among the greatest experts on Vietnam and the war. Ironically, at the times of their deaths both were lone...
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Letter From February 2007Vietnam Magazine

Military Intelligence and Other Oxymorons This issue’s article about CIA analyst Joe Hovey is a cautionary tale of one of the biggest intelligence failures in modern American history. Like all...
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Letter From December 2006 Vietnam Magazine

America loses another of its multiple-war heroes For all too many people today, Vietnam remains the most antiheroic of American wars. Following this logic, then, it would almost go without saying that the...