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Morning Star 44m
My Chicago holiday snaps: In 1968 CHRIS KAUFMAN, on a holiday in US, witnessed the state’s brutal assault on peaceful democratic protesters. His mate Chuck Reynolds took these photographs #1968
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Sean Lnnane 4h
Recon Movin' Out .. (need some imagery analysis here - what's that guy doing with a C-ration can on his shoulder?) .
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Steve Palawan Sep 17
Replying to @BDMurray
Interesting to read the history of in during the war. He was charismatic & motivating for the north. I bet Americans today don't remember any of this. Don't know if this history is taught in Vn schools as CPV hides so much truth about the war.
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Vito Sep 16
With the recent death of John McCain what are your thoughts on the veteran/senator? Check out my article to learn a little bit more about his past and death
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The Aviation Art 47m
Cessna A-37 Dragonfly The Cessna A-37 Dragonfly, or Super Tweet, is an American light attack aircraft developed from the T-37 Tweet basic trainer in the 1960s and 1970s by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas.
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AG Gurbir Grewal 3h
As of August 29th, 2018, there are 1,594 Americans missing and unaccounted for from the . Let us take a moment to remember our missing military and and let's bring them home.
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We Are The Mighty Sep 14
They went into the unknown with only a flashlight, a single pistol, or maybe just a knife.
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We Are The Mighty 1h
The circumstances were very unusual, even for Vietnam. By
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nyzap Sep 18
LBJ, as former Senate Majority Leader, had the concrete experience to fulfill the inspired vision of both JFK & RFK. Such a dichotomy between the legacies of the & the .
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Ken Rodgers 2h
The men of ! speak about war, the Siege of Khe Sanh and the agony and ecstasy of coming home in 1968. Check it out!
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MPT Salutes Veterans 5h
Today we acknowledge and honor the more than 83,000 members of the U.S. military who, since WWII (including some 1,600 personnel from the ), remain missing or otherwise unaccounted-for ... as well as their families. Recognition Day
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Alex Ferguson Sep 11
Would any be interested in putting a panel together on the Vietnam War for 2019? My paper would offer a reassessment of U.S. involvement in Ngo Dinh Diem's appointment as SVN pm in 1954
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M.H. Nielsen 9h
Please stop the nonsense , and do what you are good at, which is ofc making games, and stay out of politics. We want not . As a kid, you made me very interested in both and the . Pls dont ruin that experience for other kids.
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Author John Falcon 19h
"But this was Vietnam; life here perched on the unpredictable, always about to take a turn."
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Honored Valor® Sep 17
Today we honor Capt. Humbert R. Versace, Capt. Rocky Versace had been wounded & captured as a by the on Oct. 29, 1963. Tragically, he was on Sept 26, 1965. He is remembered as having a spirit that does not compromise.
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U.S. Dept of Defense Sep 17
During the , Sgt. Larry S. Pierce noticed a roadside bomb that could destroy his whole unit, and took action without thinking twice, earning him the . ➡️
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Vincenzo Gagliani Caputo 🇮🇹 🇲🇽 🇺🇸 Sep 16
⚡️ “Diorama on inspired Me love you long time
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ApacheBluesFilm Sep 19
It's time for . Where we honor all of those who served with The Blues. *Photo provided courtesy of Apache Troop member, Richard "Doc" Del Valle
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Jory_N Sep 17
Cuban missile crisis, & JFK assassination. supporting total evil shitbags in Latin America & Mideast... really its not “first sign” now. US at is plain wrong, allows hate organizing/targeting so any nut can act on instruction with no leader consequences.
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Alannah Croom Sep 15
Listening to peace activist and parliamentarian Jean McLean speak about her involvement in the Save Our Sons movement during the Vietnam War.
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