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John Podlaski Nov 20
During the , crossing an open trail on patrol in the jungle was often risky for a lot of reasons - this is when security, stealth, and speed were important. Visit my website to view photos, video, and read stories about those Nam Warriors.
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Steven Arnett Nov 23
He came back from Vietnam, but can he ever really come home again? Can a woman’s love save him? Go to  to find out! 
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John Podlaski Nov 22
This is why I have a website about the and published two books about my experiences back then. Many young people don't even know what happened and schools skim over it. Visit me for an opportunity to learn more about this war and its warriors.
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John Podlaski Nov 22
During the , those things we experienced and witnessed as teenagers will stay with us forever - our dreams take us back to that time and place - so real that we sometime believe we never came home. Read more about the war and its warriors:
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MisbourneFranklin Nov 24
Fantastic source analysis work from some of our historians. Great to see them working so hard and applying their knowledge to an exam question!
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Book Club Pro 5h
"I loved it, just loved it! I was going to take it with me on vacation but I started reading and didn't want to stop. It was addictive." - Chiara, a reader by
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John Podlaski Nov 23
Even armored units - tanks and Apc's - require infantry soldiers to support them in battle. During the , a patrol prepares to sweep through an area after a firefight - ahead of the armor - to find the elusive enemy. Read more on my website:
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National Medal Of Honor Museum Nov 18
Today in 1967, Private First Class Sammy L. Davis went above and beyond the call of duty, earning the for his actions during the . Davis provided covering fire for allies and swam across a river with a broken back.
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John Podlaski 13h
It was not uncommon for infantry soldiers to walk 8 - 12 hours each day while carrying 60# of supplies on their backs through jungles, rice paddies streams, and the mountains of Vietnam. Learn more about the on my website and in my books
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AGENTS UNKNOWN | DOCUMENTARY Nov 19
Vietnam '67: "The guerrilla  consisted of  units in the mountain areas..." Amazon US , UK | IMDb TV, VUDU, Pluto TV, Tubi TV, Popcornflix, cable Video-On-Demand     
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Alan Barrett Nov 23
Vought F8 Crusader AKA “Last of the gun fighters”
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Zachary Matusheski Nov 23
I've got some new followers so I'll introduce myself. I research and write about the and . My book project examines how navigated East Asian crises as . I also study history/issues. I'm a , , and fan.
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Book Club Pro Nov 24
"I give Burning Bridges 6 stars out of 5!! A true love story...I'm ready for more." - A reader, Byron, TaylorMade Bod by
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John Podlaski Nov 21
The youngest Veteran is in their sixties and will soon only be a memory. As teenagers, we grew old way before our time and did things we thought weren't humanly possible. My hope is that others will continue to learn and keep our legacy alive.
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AlexZ Nov 23
Greatest Rock N Roll Music 60s and 70s Classic Rock Songs ——> via
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John Podlaski Nov 18
Soldiers in the served in-country either 12 or 13 months and knew at any given time how many days they had left before going home - using ingenious ways to keep track. Learn more about the war and its Warriors in my books or on my website:
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Valor Admin Nov 18
11-18-67 Sgt. Davis (then Pfc.) distinguished himself during the early morning hours while serving as a cannoneer with Battery C, at a remote fire support base. Read on...
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Congressional Medal of Honor Society Nov 24
Tune in to our Facebook Live Event today with our partner, , and Medal of Honor Recipients Gary Beikirch and Gary Littrell at 11 a.m. EST. Both men served during the in the . Join the event:
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Jazzword Nov 22
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John Podlaski Nov 23
The Monitor was the Riverine heavily-armored battleship of the Brown Water Navy in the . A shallow draft allowed it to move throughout the Delta when patrols needed heavy firepower support. Read more about the war and its warriors on my website:
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