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Beallsville's loss of Vietnam War soldiers still felt - Columbus Dispatch

New York Times

Beallsville's loss of Vietnam War soldiers still felt
Columbus Dispatch
More than 2,500 Cavalrymen arrived in Vietnam September 13, 1965. Share this photo Dispatch photo archives With rifle alongside, U.S. Marine Cpl. David Boyer of Cleveland, Ohio, listens for guerrilla movement on his portable radar set as he stands ...
Vietnam Is Focus of TV Programs During Fall of Saigon AnniversaryNew York Times
'Last Days in Vietnam' documentary examines America's ragged exit from ...New York Daily News
Hundreds Commemorate End of Vietnam War on USS MidwayNBC 7 San Diego
Richmond.com -The Globe and Mail
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See the Photographs from Vietnam That Changed a Veteran's Life - TIME

TIME

See the Photographs from Vietnam That Changed a Veteran's Life
TIME
When Christopher Gaynor returned home from the Vietnam War, on Feb. 6, 1968, he didn't leave with memories alone. He had spent his 13 months in the field artillery creating pictures, too. Untrained but inspired by combat photographers, he brought one ...

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US vets come to Vietnam to confront past, and find a home - Yahoo News

Yahoo News

US vets come to Vietnam to confront past, and find a home
Yahoo News
"They want to see a different Vietnam," said Nguyen Thi Nga, 34, who often hosts American veterans and other expatriates at her seaside restaurant in Danang. The bamboo-frame structure overlooks Non Nuoc Beach and the adjacent South China Sea.

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If South Vietnam Were Free Today . .... - National Review Online

If South Vietnam Were Free Today . ....
National Review Online
In most circles it's a truism that Vietnam was a mistake, and few conservatives see it as a point worth arguing. When Republicans talk about Vietnam, they defend the maligned troops. Occasionally someone points out that the Tet Offensive was an ...

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After 40 years, Agent Orange chemicals used in Vietnam War still leave a ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk

After 40 years, Agent Orange chemicals used in Vietnam War still leave a ...
Express.co.uk
Children with disabilities have been among the most stigmatised and excluded people in Vietnam and they face significant challenges in their daily lives - including discrimination, limited access to basic healthcare, education and other public services.
Scars of Vietnam War, 40 years onYahoo News UK
Agent Orange brings Vietnam veterans togetherFOX43.com

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International Guard: How The Vietnam War Changed Guard Service - NPR

NPR

International Guard: How The Vietnam War Changed Guard Service
NPR
The Vietnam War changed the National Guard. During that conflict, joining the guard was seen as a way to avoid the draft; during America's recent wars, the guard and reserve made up nearly half the forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. You can trace the ...

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What's on TV tonight? 'Dick Cavett's Vietnam,''The Voice,''Gotham' - NOLA.com

NOLA.com

What's on TV tonight? 'Dick Cavett's Vietnam,' 'The Voice,' 'Gotham'
NOLA.com
"The Vietnam War was the first 'television war.' Night after night, the evening news broadcast the conflict into living rooms across America. As the country watched coverage of the fighting, Dick Cavett's late-night talk show featured thoughtful ...
Watch this, skip that: 'The Draft' and 'Dick Cavett's VietnamOCRegister
Dick Cavett's VietnamTimesonline.com
TV tonight: 'Gotham,' 'Mike & Molly'USA TODAY

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Vietnam veteran laid to rest 40 years after he was killed - CBS News

CBS News

Vietnam veteran laid to rest 40 years after he was killed
CBS News
CENTRALIA, Mo. -- A Vietnam War soldier has been buried next to his parents in Missouri more than four decades after he died in an Army helicopter crash. The remains of Rodney Griffin, a Centralia man who was 21 in 1970 when his helicopter was shot ...
Missouri soldier buried 45 years after death in Vietnam WarKMBC Kansas City
Remains of Vietnam War veteran return to Centralia 45 years after helicopter crashColumbia Missourian
Soldier to be laid to rest 45 years after Vietnam Warfox2now.com
ABC17News.com -KRCG
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7 things to know about the Vietnam War, which ended 40 years ago this month - MLive.com

MLive.com

7 things to know about the Vietnam War, which ended 40 years ago this month
MLive.com
This month marks the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, with the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. It was a war that proved to be a war as politically divisive as it was frustrating for the U.S. military. Here are seven facts about the ...
Our Vietnam War Never EndedNew York Times
'Saigon Has Fallen' _ a Reporter's View of Vietnam War's EndABC News
When President Ford Declared an End to the War in VietnamNewsweek
Springfield News-Leader -The Independent -KY3
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Finding their roots: Babylift children return to Vietnam - Yahoo News

Yahoo News

Finding their roots: Babylift children return to Vietnam
Yahoo News
Ho Chi Minh City (AFP) - In the chaotic last days of the Vietnam War, the US airlifted thousands of children out of Saigon. Forty years later, many Operation Babylift survivors have returned, looking for answers from a family or country they never knew.
'Operation Babylift' orphans, soldiers who helped them flee Vietnam reunite ...Fox News
Babylift adoptees return to VietnamSky News Australia
US soldiers, Vietnam orphans reunite 40 years after 'Operation Babylift'CTV News
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