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New Jersey veterans restore a Huey helicopter for the Vietnam Era Museum and Education Center in Holmdel.
A new traveling exhibit that looks back at the tumultuous year of 1968 debuts […]
As 2,800 bodies were unearthed from mass graves, it was clear the VC had committed atrocity killings against civilians.
It seemed all South Vietnam was ablaze in the early hours of the 1968 Tet Offensive as a Huey helicopter gunship pilot performed a death-defying aerial maneuver to rescue an Australian unit ambushed and pinned down by a Viet Cong .50-caliber gunner.
From Guadalcanal to Okinawa, Marine pilot Archie Donahue established his reputation as a combat ace.
Filmmaker Richard Jellerson flew helicopters in Vietnam long before he made his acclaimed documentary about the helicopter war.
Disguised as a French priest, an American diplomat survived for more than a week as Hue suffered under North Vietnamese occupation.
With the 1996 commissioning of the guided-missile destroyer USS Alfredo Gonzalez, a Marine Medal of Honor recipient’s legacy lives on.
When the enemy launched an all-out assault in January 1968, Army clerk-typist James Mueller learned ‘being a soldier first’ was more than a basic-training slogan.