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Coaltiger211 Nov 16
Son just saw the segment on and the . He asked me what my dad thought about it when it happened since he got back from the war by then. I’m like “hey I wasn’t born till December 30 1970 how the hell should I know?”
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writerrooney 3h
Chp27- Ying and Yang is not to be celebrated. It is an eternal progression - virtue turns into benevolence, which inevitably grows into righteousness. rituals demand unthinking loyalty and trust - blind trust is the beginning of disorder
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VHSRevival Nov 16
A War You Won't Believe: First Blood and the Commercial Warrior. You voted for it, so here it is. takes to the wilderness with a bona fide action icon:
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Sputnik 2h
Researchers discover new health complications from exposure
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writerrooney Nov 15
“You are going to shoot American helicopters from the sky. This is how you will do it,” said the Chinese adviser. He stood beside two model helicopters that dangled on a line strung between mahogany trees. A banana shape representing the twin rotor H-21 Shawnee...
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SFWP 6h
Our next new release this year is Crossing Over. Richard Ellman says: "Crossing Over is both beautiful and terrifying. It is a work of art, the commonplace book for a terrible era."
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writerrooney Nov 19
TrueNorth Chp 27 - Phoenix Island split one of Mekong River’s nine fingers and featured a massive, prayer platform and reinforced steel pier on the leeward side of the island.
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VFW Post 9198 Nov 17
We are happy to be on now! We are looking for eligible veterans in the and area to join our post! , , , , , and Vets welcome! We meet 2nd Tuesday of each month.
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Joe Jenkins Nov 11
Finally watched the remarkable 15hour documentary by on - astonishing insight into both a shocking tragic period of human history and the stark unflinching horror of war. “Immeasurable and irredeemable”
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VietnamGear Nov 15
1969 The second National Moratorium with circa 500,000 protesters stage a peaceful demonstration in , along with others across the US, against the after a symbolic march against death.
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writerrooney Nov 10
chp 19 They called it the firing range. But really, it was just high ground for the firing positions at one end and sand bags piled up on a paddy wall down the other end. It was a distance of 200 metres. Sergeant Seay was in charge of the session. Colonel JP Vann
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Fred Schaefer 4h
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Ken Rodgers Nov 19
Praise for BRAVO! COMMON MEN, UNCOMMON VALOR, a story of suffering, death, fear and ultimately, redemption. War up close and personal like you've never seen or heard. On & . Check it out! !
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Gordon Smith 20h
Men With a Mission is an enlightening and entertaining book about the Vietnam War and the involvement of some very dedicated and patriotic people from the Australian regular army trained for Covert Operations. from Amazon
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BOOK TREAT Nov 19
Highly recommended - Just Dust: An Improbable Marine's Vietnam Story is the first-person account of a reluctant serviceman.
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PHSnooc 18h
On this day in 1969, Seymour Hersh files a second My Lai story based on interviews with Michael Terry and Michael Bernhardt, who served under 1st Lt. William Calley
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Jeffrey Deitelbaum Nov 9
Trying to decide for myself what's worse Donald Trump's constant lies mostly in public mostly personal or Kennedy Johnson and Nixon lying about the
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Jeff Botzenhart Nov 15
As the hours turn desperate, why are you waiting? Interlude by author Jeffery Martin Botzenhart
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Mat McLachlan 21h
Going to the War Remnants Museum in Saigon is always such a mood-lifter. I recommend it if you are ever feeling too chipper.
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VietnamWarSongs 8h
New acquisition: Paul Lavalle's "Salute to Our Fighting Men in Vietnam" (1966) - patriotic fanfare, traditional pop. Combat songs, visiting bars in Saigon, soldier's perspective
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