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Learn about the Vietnam war through its history, timeline, facts and questions on TheVietnamWar.info. On August 7, 1964, the U.S Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in response to the Gulf of Tonkin incident authorizing the President Johnson to use military power in Southeast Asia without a formal declaration of war. Deeper American... Continue reading. On May 07, 1954, Viet Minh...
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This handsome vietnam-era US Army cotton sateen shirt is marked . . . 70 (1970). See the photo for the full marking description. I acquired the shirt at an estate sale of the previous owner, Chamberlin. Chamberlin’s name is stitched over the right pocket. The shirt has a very nice obscure “bee” patch on the left arm, below the shoulder. (see photo). The left pocket has an interior pencil pocket...
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The Congressional Ceremony in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center honored nearly 500 Vietnam veterans and their families. This event marked the official release of the Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin. Read More. Click here for information regarding the Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin. Click here to access our...
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Vietnam-War.info Is a comprehensive online resource for Vietnam War information. We are infinitely seeking out new sources of information on the Vietnam War. To contribute, please contact our team at info@vietnam-war.info. Introduction To the Vietnam War The Vietnam War was a war fought between...
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Bud Alley The battle that followed became a fight for survival. Alley graphically describes the intensity of combat that cost the battalion one hundred fifty-five dead and one hundred thirty-four wounded. He weaves in first-hand accounts, his own included, worthy of awe and admiration. A bitter...
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Features photo galleries, a detailed timeline, biographies and extensive information on uniforms, gear and equipment from the Vietnam War. Launched in 2005, VietnamGear.com is a website dedicated to preserving the history of the Vietnam War. The site contains an extensive selection of photos, numerous articles and more than 600 items of clothing, equipment and weaponry from the conflict. In...
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► Sources and Foundation Data - As a foundation for our data we have relied on resources available through U.S. government archives and other public resources such as NARA and the DOD. - More specifically we have relied on the Coffelt Database, "Records with Unit Information on Military Personnel Who Died During the Vietnam War". ► About the Vietnam War Casualties Archive - This site features...
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Late at night in March of 1970 our plane landed in Bien Hoa, Vietnam. From there we were bussed to 90th Replacement in Long Binh. It was there I received orders to report to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, 1st Air Cavalry Division. If assigned to the 1st Air Cavalry Division, you were given a week of In-Country training before being sent to your new unit. This training was at the First Team...
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The war began in 1954 (though conflict in the region stretched back to the mid-1940s), after the rise to power of Ho Chi Minh and his communist Viet Minh party in North Vietnam, and continued against the backdrop of an intense Cold War between two global superpowers: the United States and the Soviet Union. The Vietnam War was a long, costly armed conflict that pitted the communist regime of...
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The United States government viewed involvement in the war as a way to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam and part of their wider strategy of containment. The North Vietnamese government viewed the war as a colonial war, fought initially against France, backed by the United States, and later against South Vietnam, which it regarded as a US puppet state.[20]United States military...
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Vietnam War from the perspective of the vets who fought there on both sides, the memories, the Vietnam war pictures and the humanitarian work that VWAM now performs in Vietnam. Vets With A Mission's main web page focuses on its humanitarian programs and projects in Vietnam at www.vetswithamission.org. This vwam.com web site is dedicated to Vietnam Era history and education and is undergoing...
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Vietnam Vet Radio is an internet only radio station dedicated to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War, their families, and friends. We are incorporated as a non-profit veterans ministry organization. With a few exceptions all the songs played are from the Vietnam War era. We also play the authentic jingles and public service announcements that were played on AFVN (American Forces...
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This Web Site was started in November, 1996. It has grown rapidly due to the efforts of dozens of Marines and Navy Corpsmen who have contributed. If you take the time to browse this Web Site, we can assure you a perspective of the war in Vietnam that you will not find anyplace else. That perspective will come from those Marines and Corpsmen who spent much of their tour living in 114 Vietnamese...
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The motivation in creating and publishing this WWW Page is to provide a dynamic, multimedia-based "chronology" of the Vietnam Warand its aftermath as seen through the eyes of Veterans, their families, and their friends. Within this context, the term "Veteran" refers not only to the war fighters of either side but also to the men and women who served the war effort in Vietnam in myriad other...
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While serving a humanitarian mission to Southeast Asia, a war-torn Vietnam War veteran. Go behind the scenes of the film and learn more about the Vietnam War and those whose. Discovers a man claiming to be an American MIA...and so begins a haunting tale of. Website development and maintence courtesy of Alchemy Imageworks.
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NO MORE WAR BY HUONG (Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War). Bodhi Festival Featuring Gigantic Lolita Painting by Michael Gray. 40th Year Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War Exhibition! A new, Interactive Mural Focuses on American-Muslim Relations.
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The National Vietnam Veterans Museum (NVVM) is a unique Museum. Founded and built by Vietnam veterans to help and support veterans to cope better with their experiences during the Vietnam War (1962-1975) and after their return to Australia, the NVVM seeks to remember, interpret and relate the experience of the veterans of the Vietnam era and the enduring impact of the war on society. In 2014...
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Dennis Clark Novels Official Website of Author Dennis Wesley Clark author of Trap, The Grudge, Hard Way Home. Writer and Novelist Dennis Clark resides in Punta Gorda Florida. Books written by Dennis Clark include Vietnam War stories, POW-MIA novels, and books about cuban refugees and human smuggling. Action, Suspense, Intrigue, Adventure, Conspiracy novels. Dennis Wesley Clark accumulated a...
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Tours of Peace Vietnam Veterans - nonprofit veterans organization for Vietnam veterans and families. Includes Vietnam travel, educational and humanitarian projects, retrieval of personal effects/dog tags from the Vietnam war. The Vietnam Tour Of Peace is the heart of our programs. Vietnam veterans and families see Vietnam as it is today, visit areas of personal meaning, participate in...
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On Monday, December 8, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared before Congress giving what is now referred to as the Infamy Speech. Yesterday, December 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy — the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. Shortly thereafter, Congress declared war against Japan. More than...
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