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Peak Business Performance Under Pressure by Bill Driscoll

“Way over the top” was my first impression of Peak Business Performance Under Pressure: A Navy Ace Shows How to Make Great Decisions in the Heat of Business Battle… 364 more words


Women Who Served During the War in Vietnam

There are many to choose from, but here are a few of our picks. Vietnam Veterans’ Day is March 29th in Wisconsin and a dozen other states. 418 more words


Killer Kane and Rice Paddy Recon by Andrew R. Finlayson

Andrew R. Finlayson served twenty-five years in the U. S. Marine Corps. He did so, he says, because he “wanted the people I knew and loved in my small town to respect and love me.” His small town was Merchantville, New Jersey. 575 more words


Book Review: A Short Ride in the Jungle by Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent

The Ho-Chi Minh trail is the stuff of history books and legend, the supply route used by the North Vietnamese and their backers to transport weapons and equipment during the Vietnam war. 576 more words


Memories after the war vietnam

hoang brought me to the war remanant museum in district 1, ho chi minh. It costs exactly $1 sgd to enter, but to encourage vietnamese to learn about their own history, vietnamese enter for free. 1,001 more words

Help Honor Our Black American Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam Veterans' Day is March 29th

Vietnam Veterans’ Day is March 29th in Wisconsin and about a dozen other states. There is a national push taking place right now. Learn more at… 462 more words

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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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