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On a Huey gunship escort for a deep recon mission in Laos, Willis found out that a dead comrade had been left behind

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Fox talks about his quest to command a rifle company in I Corps in 1969, almost 20 years since he'd served in Korea

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As Vietnam vets get older, Rowan wants to ensure they know how VVA can help them obtain the benefits they deserve

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As a Marine corpsman, Andrew Thundercloud kept a promise he made to himself when it was his turn to go home

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Vietnam magazine spoke with Lt. Gen. Christmas at his beloved Marine Corps museum about his life in Vietnam and as a Marine

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The author of "Broken Bodies, Shattered Minds" discusses the continued need for trauma care on & off the battlefield

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Dr. James Finnegan's service as a surgeon proved to be a powerful reminder that we don't have all the answers

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At USARV HQ in 1969, Sue Haack scrambled for cover when the NVA breached the huge Long Binh base in February

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Steve Maxner, director of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech, has seen the Oral History Project grow to over 1,000 interviews

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While in a firefight, he reassembled an M-60 from two damaged guns and stood up to finish off the NVA who were coming up on a line, about 30-40 feet away, earning him the Navy Cross 44 years later

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His unyielding commitment to truth, and to Vietnam vets, is as solid as ever

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Pumroy yearned to be a fighter pilot, but it was his duty as an FAC in Vietnam that led him to the Ho Chi Minh Trail and to a Distinguished Flying Cross in 1970

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In 1967, Miller was the only forward observer left in the 1/3 Marines, and taking on more duties than he could handle. Outnumbered 3-to-1 by NVA crossing the Ben Hai River, not only did Larry Miller beat the odds during Operation Buffalo, he came out on top.

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Larry Colburn talks about his late friend Hugh Thompson, the My Lai massacre, the subsequent cover up, investigations and trials

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Sidney Schanberg, a reporter and columnist after the Vietnam War, discusses his career and his efforts to report and investigate allegations that American POWs had knowingly been left behind in Laos by a Nixon administration desperate to end the war

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James D. Johnson, author of Combat Trauma – A Personal Look at Long-Term Consequences, discusses his book about post traumatic stress disorder, his background as a chaplain in Vietnam 1967-68, and his experiences in discovering his own PTSD in 2003.

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