General Frederick Kroesen shared his reflections on the Vietnam War in his 2007 memoir, "General Thoughts: Seventy-Five Years with the Army."
Pfc. John Franklin Baker Jr. and Capt. Robert Franklin Foley both possessed uncommon valor
The plight of the military working dogs in Vietnam
The airman stayed behind so that others might live.
Milton Lee Olive gave his life to save four comrades, and posthumously became the first black Vietnam vet awarded the Medal of Honor
The enemy knew me and others as intelligence officers
A war correspondent recalls the bravery of a wounded Marine whom he covered
Marine led the Corps’ most decorated platoon