Famous for prosecuting the Catonsville Nine antiwar activists, Stephen Sachs believed their behavior "fractured a central value of the American democracy."
Australia's government has committed $6 million to fund a commemorative program to honor Vietnam veterans for the 50th anniversary marking the end of Australian involvement in Vietnam
In 1961, the CIA’s clandestine Combined Studies Group, along with U.S. Special Forces, began experimenting with a program to organize a group of Vietnam's Highland tribes known collectively as “Montagnards”
In 2008, Tallon was finally awarded a Purple Heart, which he had not received because his plane’s crash was officially characterized as a “non-hostile” accident
An array of specialized U.S. Air Force units took on some of the Vietnam War’s most dangerous missions
Spc. 4 James T. Davis lost his life tracking down an enemy signal in Vietnam
Dickey knew exactly what he was doing and what it would cost him when he unhesitatingly leapt on grenades, as Lang proves through eyewitness accounts
Duane Russell shares the story of his dilemma when he encountered an enemy combatant: to kill or not to kill?
Sakai was not only the first Pulitzer Prize winner in feature photography, but also the first photographer to win the award for coverage of the Vietnam War
More than 20 platoons of the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) waged a bitter fight for NVA bunkers largely forgotten except by those who survived
The 122 mm D-74, a towed gun that entered Soviet service in 1955, was the most numerous gun in the NVA’s five independent artillery regiments
A 19-year-old Ohio native described to his parents the journey from home to the war in Vietnam