Marvel’s The ’Nam was a highly realistic war comic written from the perspective of the average infantryman
Air Force Capt. John P. Calamos received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his heroic actions calling in air strikes to save Special Forces in Vietnam
Soldiers in noncombat roles repelled an attack by communist sappers, the most highly trained of all North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong forces
Carrying a camera alongside his rifle, infantryman James Allen Logue documented the daily life of soldiers at war in Vietnam
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
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
Since the U.S. never issued a formal declaration of war, reaching a unanimous agreement on a precise start date for the Vietnam War is tricky
This film deservedly joins the ranks of exceptionally well-made, authentically re-created Vietnam War movies
Although not the biggest battle the Australians experienced, Long Tan was perhaps their most desperate and critical fight in Vietnam.
Fears on China on the battlefield were rampant during the Vietnam War. Were they justified? Dr. Erik Villard takes a closer look.
Intel analyst Ed Keith left his desk duties to take part in combat operations and was severely wounded