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The Horror... The Horror...

Lego Admiral’s scene from one of – perhaps the – greatest movie of all time stopped the whole office today. Head over to Flickr to see it.

Lego

Today in 1965, in Saigon,

The first contingent of South Korean troops arrived in South Vietnam.

Although assigned to non-combat duties, they came under fire on April 3. The South Korean contingent was part of the Free World Military Forces, an effort by President Lyndon B. 65 more words

Military History

An American Atrocity by Mike McCarey

Mike McCarey served as the First Marine Division’s chief prosecutor for most of 1968 when that unit was in Vietnam. McCarey’s office prosecuted all felony cases in the division. 424 more words

Paperback

Collateral Damage, (spiked piece from Vietnam)

It has been long time since I wrote anything on here. 

Sorry about that. 

I’ve copied and pasted an old piece I wrote. I always thought it was a decent story but, for various reasons, it never saw the light of day. 1,867 more words

Travel

Journalists changed and will continue to change history

 Nick Rackers

Editor-in-chief

        It has been said that the pen is mightier than the sword, but sometimes the pen is the chisel. Over the course of history, writers have helped change the course of history and the future of nations. 597 more words

April Uprising

Celebrity Universe: Video: Politically Incorrect From 2002: Communism and The Vietnam War

The Vietnam War was an obvious mistake at least looking back it lets say 40-45 years later, but the U.S. Government knew it was an obvious mistake by 1967-68. 196 more words

Political Satire