In the Vietnam War, adapting old principles of traditional cavalry to the new capabilities of the helicopter created an unprecedented fighting force
In tribute to Command Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley, who died in October 2012, journalist Joe Galloway reflects on the three-war career of Plumley, with whom he forged a deep bond during the desperate 1965 fighting at Ia Drang
Duery Felton gives author Don Hirst a personal tour of the Museum Resource Center in suburban Maryland, where the National Park services catalogs and stores all the objects left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The Wall.
As the nation celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in November 2012, Vietnam magazine examines the spirit and dedication that brought it to fruition in 1982 to honor those who served in the Vietnam War
Ohio high school students make a documentary about the 1965 Ia Drang Battle at LZ Albany
Just as he'd done on his medevacs flying Hueys, Bud Willis tried to not look back when he left the Vietnam War
Esper doggedly covered the war from 1965 to its end, as North Vietnamese soldiers shuttered his Saigon AP bureau
A former DEA agent lays to rest rumors that a flood of heroin entered the U.S. with the remains of servicemen from Vietnam
How a million GIs in Vietnam seduced one Hollywood starlet who was talking to them over the airwaves
An Army photographer's story of triumph and tragedy behind one of the war's most iconic images from Tet
A young cadet's first, and lasting, brush with war's reality
In an excerpt from What It Is Like to Go to War, author Karl Marlantes lays out his rationale for lying in Vietnam
How a Vietnam vet ended up working undercover for Nixon's secret plan to disrupt an antiwar rally in Washington
A green brigade's unexpected and costly encounter in early November 1966 stopped a major enemy offensive dead in its tracks.
During the evacuation of Saigon, the USS Kirk received a surprising radio message to turn around and head back to Vietnam
During WWII, Henry Prunier parachuted into Indochina as part of an OSS mission to "give training to a 'Mr. Hoo's' (Ho Chi Minh's) insurgent forces"