Robert Lewis Howard was the only Army member in Vietnam to earn all three top combat decorations: Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross and Silver Star.
A fast mover designed to carry a nuclear weapon, the F-105 Thunderchief became the Vietnam War’s most important conventional fighter-bomber.
As the platoon trekked across Vietnam to set up defenses in Thu Duc, their commander suddenly 'fell' into an unexpected situation.
Historic Army fort showcases the Vietnam War
Hint: It wasn't just for relaxation.
A group of POW wives put the pressure to Washington by shinging a spotlight on their husbands’ suffering at the hands of the North Vietnamese
The Douglas AD Skyraider wasn't pretty, but its pilots and maintenance crews dubbed it the Able Dog because of its handling and dependability. Some still regard it as "the best airplane ever made for close-in attack."
Skycranes provided a vital service during the war, and served with the U.S. Army Reserves for several decades