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First African American Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War

Milton Lee Olive, III (November 7, 1946 – October 22, 1965) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of America’s highest military decoration — the Medal of Honor — for his actions in the Vietnam War. 207 more words

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Primal Forces Productions presents Landford Wilson's REDWOOD CURTAIN - April 17 - May 3

Primal Forces Productions
production of Lanford Wilson’s
Redwood Curtain
To benefit South Broward Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8195
April 17 – May 3

“… a little gem that has a pretty satisfying mystery at its center…you get to absorb Lanford Wilson’s terrific dialogue, and appreciate how and when he reveals precisely what we need to know in the natural flow of the narrative.” – … 923 more words



One last reminder…”HEIRS OF HONOR” will be available through Kindle Countdown Deals for three days only, with the beginning price of $1.99 on March 30th, $2.99 on March 31st, and $3.99 on April 1st.  80 more words

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“…It struck me, as I looked out the window of the Chopper taking us up into the Highlands, that Vietnam was a green on green splendor of a country.  181 more words

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Angels of War: A Vietnam Nurse

“I learned so many lessons, but it took me years to put them into words or concrete thoughts. Vietnam hardened me.”

One tour in Vietnam was more than enough for Janis Nark, who served as a nurse during the Vietnam War from 1970 to 1971. 1,185 more words

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Honoring Vietnam Heroes on Medal of Honor Day

On this Medal of Honor Day, we honor our nation’s bravest and most courageous veterans. The Medal of Honor is the highest distinction that can be awarded by the President of the United States, in the name of the Congress, to members of the U.S. 719 more words

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