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My War – Bud Willis

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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My War – Sue Haack

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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My War – Ned E. Seath

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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My War – Fredrick Pumroy

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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My War – Larry Miller

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.