Marine 1st Lt. Lee Roy Herron saved the lives of numerous Marines before being killed during a Feb. 22, 1969 battle in the A Shau Valley
As trucks swerved to avoid enemy fire, Skidgel ordered his driver to go directly into the center of the enemy ambush
Dwight Hal Johnson’s decision to risk his life for his friends in Vietnam earned him the Medal of Honor and left him struggling with PTSD.
Tom Edwards learned everything he needed to know about the spacecraft business from repairing and maintaining swift boats during the Vietnam War.
Remembering Willy Williams and a legendary lifetime of service
How author Maggie Ruth learned the fate of the MIA on her POW bracelet, and changed her view of Vietnam veterans
Just seconds before a B-52 released its bombs over North Vietnam, the crew found itself in the bulls eye of a surface to air missile traveling at 2,400 mph