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Vietnam Magazine - August 2012 - Table of Contents

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Search and Destroy in the Iron Triangle
In January 1967, William Westmoreland launched his first multidivision
operation, dubbed Cedar Falls, to clear a Viet Cong command and
logistical complex
By Rod Paschall

Travels Against Charlie
American literary legend John Steinbeck's last published work was a series
of columns written while on a risky assignment as a war correspondent
in Vietnam
By John Steinbeck

To Forget the War, I Took Pictures
Former infantryman James Logue rediscovered his collection of stunning photographs more
than 30 years after taking them—many during savage fighting near Hiep Duc in May 1970
By James Allen Logue

Pedal Power
Easy to maintain, silent in movement and able to bear great loads, the humble bicycle proved to
be a critical and unstoppable weapon in the 30-year Indochina war
By Arnold Blumberg

Who Are the Bad Guys?
In the midst of deathly violence, humanity could prevail even among enemies
By Ray Pezzoli Jr.
 

DEPARTMENTS

Letters From Readers

News

My War Army Sergeant Charles R. Carr

Homefront July-August 1966

Interview Rep. Jeff Miller, Chairman, House Veterans Affairs Committee (NOW ONLINE)

Arsenal HH-43 Huskie: An Unlikely Hero

Letter From Vietnam

Reviews

Armed With Abundance: Consumerism & Soldiering in the Vietnam War, by Meredith H. Lair

Tunnel Rat in Vietnam, by Gordon L. Rottman

Embers of War: The Fall of an Empire and the Making of America's Vietnam, by Fredrik Logevall

Marble Mountain: A Vietnam Memoir, by Bud Willis

Offerings Left at the Wall
 


3 Responses to “Vietnam Magazine - August 2012 - Table of Contents”


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    Kathy Rose says:

    I was disappointed to see that you did not choose to share James Logue's article on line here — I have looked for it locally, but have not been able to find the August 2012 issue.

    I was recently told that a high school friend of mine, Donald Kuzilla, was featrued in one of his photographs — Don was killed on May 14, 1970. We had met in high school in Detroit… he was a great guy with a quick wit, and a wonderful person to know. Whenever the Traveling Wall comes close to my town in California, I always stop to visit and remember friends whose names appear there: Don and William Cleverley from my class (1968) and Gary Scovill and Robert Strange from my brother's class (1964). My brother had a chance meeting with Gary "in country" the week before he was killed. They will always be remembered.

  2. 2
    Dan Simmons says:

    I was with Don Kuzilla when he died in the same fox hole with me, Don, and Laboo our gunner. I'm so sorry that he had to die so young and has missed a lifetime. I'm just finding all this stuff about our Company and want to contact people that I served with. I think we all swept it under the rug for forty years. Dan Simmons A Company 4/31 196th L.I.B. Americal Division Oct. 69 to Oct 70. simmons4950@aol.com

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    john berkheimer says:

    I my self was disapoited not to see James pictures on line my step father severe in that platoon I have seen some of James pictures and their amazing



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