John Charles "Doc" Bahnsen earned a Distinguished Flying Cross and five Silver Stars for his heroism in Vietnam
A South Vietnamese soldier recounts his experiences facing his enemies during peace negotiations
Communist fighters in Vietnam relied on a complex network of agents behind the scenes to carry out their plans
In 1962 Vietti became America's first female prisoner of war in Vietnam
Roy Benavidez braved bullets, grenade fragments and even a bayonet to save the lives of his comrades under attack during the Vietnam War
"All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory"
In 2016 the Marines got together to recreate the original snap
A closer look at how the court-martial of 1st Lt. William Laws Calley Jr. started at Fort Benning, Georgia
Marine 1st Lt. Lee Roy Herron saved the lives of numerous Marines before being killed during a Feb. 22, 1969 battle in the A Shau Valley
He Went from NYC to Vietnam to Deliver Beer During a War — Now His Story is Coming to the Big Screen
Raise your glasses, because this is going to be a fun one.
As trucks swerved to avoid enemy fire, Skidgel ordered his driver to go directly into the center of the enemy ambush
“I was looking for any way for my family to know I was alive," Dewey Wayne Waddell recalled
This book details the U.S. Air Force/CIA program recruiting young airmen from Laos’ Hmong mountain tribes to fly dangerous missions against communist forces
Operation Triumphus, a new web platform, gathers the stories of Vietnam veterans from the source