Pioneer aviator Bud Mars thrilled airshow crowds, narrowly escaping death on several occasions, and was among the first to fly airplanes in the Far East
The Japanese officer, a USC alum, recalled Mario "Motts" Tonelli's game-winning touchdown against his alma mater in 1937
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.
Operation Triumphus, a new web platform, gathers the stories of Vietnam veterans from the source
"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
“If I hear another f*cking G.I. say ‘f*cking’ once more I’ll cut my f*cking throat"
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
Despite the grim conditions of POW Chinese Camp 5, the chaplain remained indefatigable until the end
This intriguing title explores the impact of logistics on three centuries of armed conflict and focuses on the siege of Khe Sanh
His final book is one he hopes will allow his children to hear their father's voice in its pages long after he's gone
When bombs began exploding prematurely over Vietnam, killing aircrews, the cause was traced to faulty fuzes, but more would die before a solution was found
The Mark 22 achieved the only successful downing of an enemy aircraft by naval gunfire during the Vietnam War