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
The Kent State shootings reconsidered
As trucks swerved to avoid enemy fire, Skidgel ordered his driver to go directly into the center of the enemy ambush
Actually, North Vietnam had several motives, some rarely discussed in the literature of the war.
A Marine present at the 3rd Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment’s combat operations center at the Khe Sanh Combat Base recalls the siege in harrowing detail
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
A bar in Melbourne, Australia that adopted elements related to the Vietnam War as an aesthetic theme faced a heavy backlash and subsequently issued an apology.
"Vietnam veterans hold a special place in the hearts of DAR members, because we recognize they were never properly thanked when they returned home from the war."
The Viet Cong suffered severe losses during the five-week offensive. Was it still a viable fighting force? Dr. Erik Villard takes a closer look
NVA frogmen came close to blowing up a tanker during the Tet Offensive, would would have had devastating impact on U.S. and allied military operations
This intriguing title explores the impact of logistics on three centuries of armed conflict and focuses on the siege of Khe Sanh
The Mark 22 achieved the only successful downing of an enemy aircraft by naval gunfire during the Vietnam War