This book details the U.S. Air Force/CIA program recruiting young airmen from Laos’ Hmong mountain tribes to fly dangerous missions against communist forces
In Agent Orange: History, Science and the Politics of Uncertainty, author Edwin Martini finds there is no evidence to support claims that the military and policymakers knew about the dangers of Agent Orange in the early 1960s but chose to ignore them
Honor Denied: The Truth About Air America and the CIA, by Allen Cates, acknowledges the CIA was a frequent flyer on Air America, but its real owner was the U.S. government
Nationalist in the Viet Nam Wars, by Nguyen Cong Luan, gives an account of the war from his South Vietnamese military and political experience
The Boys of '67 by Andrew Wiest recounts the unique manner in which Charlie Company, 4th Bn of the 4th Infantry, 9th ID, was formed, trained and operated during the Vietnam War
At age 64 and in failing health, John Steinbeck went to Vietnam in 1966 to report on the controversial war
Shows that the majority of those who served in the U.S. military in the Vietnam War were actually support troops
An encompassing account of the 40-year arc in which America's Southeast Asian adventure became inevitable.