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
In his memoir, excerpted in LIFE magazine in January 1971, Khrushchev writes that the 1962 crisis was a “triumph of Soviet foreign policy and a personal triumph"
André flew combat medevac missions in northwest Vietnam, rescuing wounded soldiers, and even parachuted into the field to treat severe casualties
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
Soldiers in the condensed training program for sergeants were derisively compared with instant meal mix, yet proved themselves in Vietnam
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.
Tasked with suppressing a nationalist insurgency in the East Indies, Turkish-born Dutch commando Raymond Westerling proved brutally successful
Facing a Viet Cong ambush, Ruppert Leon Sargent threw himself on enemy grenades to save the lives of his friends nearby
Five spy books recommended by Military History magazine for readers interested in historical accounts of "the Great Game"