Camp Holloway

♦  History of this army airbase in Pleiku with photos, memorabilia and history.

Pieces – A Vietnam War Diary

♦  Story of a young paratrooper’s 1967-68 combat tour in Vietnam, as well as story of his return to Nam in 1979.

Another Vietnam: Pictures of the War From the Other Side

♦  Exhibition of photographs of the Vietnam War, as seen through the lens of North Vietnamese photographers.

Soldier’s Eyes

♦  Look in a soldier’s eyes and you can tell how much blood and war they have seen.

I love the smell of napalm in the morning

♦  Apocalypse Now

Memories of a 4/42 Forward Advisor

♦  Although I was officially assigned to C/4-42nd Artillery, I never spent any time with the battery.

Operation Gratitude

♦  Our mission is to lift morale, bring a smile to a service member’s face and express to our Armed Forces the appreciation and support of the American people.

The Virtual Wall – Vietnam Veterans Memorial

♦  The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC honors those who died in the Vietnam War. Their relatives and friends leave letters, poems, and photographs at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and on this web site. We bring the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to your home to help remember the sacrifices of the fallen and their families.

Mesothelioma Resource Online

♦  An excellent resource to learn about Asbestos in the military and the various treatment options.

Bob Hope Christmases with the Troops

♦  A compilation broadcast on TV

Bob Hope USO Shows in Vietnam

♦  A trubute by the 101st Airborne


Check out the tuba brigade just hanging out in the bushes.  These two are trying to go as incognito as possible as they spy on the enemy.  I do not understand why they are using tubas unless they are spying on a band camp!

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The Medal of Honor

♦  6 Stories of Incredible Valor by Combat Medics

Dust Off Pilot

♦  Bill French writes…Following is a link on a dust off pilot who received the Medal of Honor.  I met him at Fort Sam after his return from Viet Nam and on other occasions, and each time he was the soft spoken person you see on the Video Clip. He went on to become a general grade officer, for which he had to transfer out of the Medical Service Corp. I saw him several years after Viet Nam, as a three star general, at a briefing on the expected casualties from Desert Storm.

Hall of Valor

♦  Military Times blog by Doug Sterner – a must see.  See the POST about Doug and what he does.