AMBUSH AT THON THAM KHE
By Bradford A. Wineman
Within 24 hours of hitting the beach in Operation Badger Tooth, 48 Marines were dead, 86 wounded. The question that remains: Why?
THE PROPAGANDA’S IN THE MAIL
By Joe Coley
During the war, the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong used their
postage stamps as highly visible and effective tools of political warfare.
CONVOY ESCORT SERVICE EXTRAORDINAIRE
By David Swisher
Aboard its V-100s named for comic book heroes, the 66th Military Police Company battled the enemy evildoers for control of South Vietnam’s roads.
AUSSIES’ FACE-TO-FACE FIGHT AT BINH BA
By Raymond Gallacher
Did an NVA battalion lure elements of the Royal Australian Regiment into heavy battle, or was it a chance encounter that escalated out of control?
A DATE WITH CHRIS
INTERVIEW by Claudia Gary and David T. Zabecki
When Hollywood turned stridently against the war and the men who fought it, entertainer Chris Noel stuck with the GIs—and she’s still with them.
Edited By Bonnie Goodman
Recent developments and coming events related to the Vietnam War
By Lt. Col. John C. Baker
Enemy Rockets: The VC and
NVA used their improvised rocket artillery with deadly effect
By Eli C. Renshaw
The ARVN 81st Airborne Ranger Group never quit fighting the NVA
by Tom Peacock
A photograph relieves one GI of his lingering guilt about a tour cut short by a VC sniper’s bullet
By Victor Hundahl
Flashes of terror intruded on a civilian medic’s routine service in a Vietnam war zone
Letter From Vietnam Magazine
Left at the Vietnam