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Vietnam traveling wall opens to the public

Some call it the wall of sorrow. Others call it the wall of heroes.

“I see the wall as 58,000 heroes of Vietnam.”  said Captain Tad Pritchett, Vietnam veteran.    149 more words

News

Love Poured Out for Viet Nam by Trena Chellino

Chester and Mary Travis were Christian missionaries to French Indochina and Vietnam from 1925-75, where, according to Trena Chellino, they “experienced an abundant measure of Christ’s indwelling and overflowing life.” 618 more words

Nonfiction

Honoring Master Sergeant Armando Marino

On a warm summer afternoon in a modest home about a block from the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, one man’s family and hospice team gather to honor him for his service to our country. 625 more words

Samaritan Hospice

What Happened on August 28th - First US Flying Ace Since the Korean War

On August 28, 1972, the U.S. Air Force gets its first ace (a designation traditionally awarded for five enemy aircraft confirmed shot down) since the Korean War. 179 more words

History

Phil Donahue Show: Video: Jane Fonda Anti-War Speech and Interview on the Vietnam War


This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

Jane Fonda at her highest peak as an anti-war New-Left political activist. Calling members of the American military criminals, murderers, including the President of the United States Richard Nixon and perhaps President Nixon’s predecessor Lyndon Johnson as well. 54 more words

Far Left

Nemo: When we go to war, they go to war

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By Achyut Dutt

Ton Sun Nhut Air Base (USAF)

South Vietnam

December 04 – 25, 1966… 2,242 more words

Violence

The Merylthon: "The Deer Hunter"

Meryl arriving at the 1979 Academy Awards for her performance in The Deer Hunter.

Still early in Meryl’s career, she’s not the main character yet; BUT, she got much more screen time in this movie than in… 682 more words