Historic Army fort showcases the Vietnam War
A group of POW wives put the pressure to Washington by shinging a spotlight on their husbands’ suffering at the hands of the North Vietnamese
A new infantry transport changed the nature of firefights in Vietnam—and for generations to come
The Ambush of Task Force Robbie
The record for combat decorations in Vietnam
The M107, which entered production in 1963, arose from the desire for a family of artillery weapons that were self-propelled (drivable), transportable by air and based on the same chassis. The result was two systems: the M107 gun and M110 howitzer.