Vietnam

A group of Bell helicopters moves through the Vietnam sky.

The Fall of Saigon: Our Sacrifices Were Absolutely Necessary

Until recent events, of which I am sure we are all painfully aware, the fall of Saigon was one of

American fighter pilot Charlie Plumb.

Fighter Pilot Capt. Charlie Plumb Survived 2,103 Days As A POW

Under his code name “Plumber,” fresh-faced and zealous U.S. Navy pilot Charlie Plumb made more than 100 successful carrier landings

Caravelle Hotel Saigon Vietnam War

Cocktails & Tracer Rounds: The Caravelle Hotel Gave Vietnam War Correspondents a Rare Glimpse of Combat

This article was originally published by Coffee or Die on Jan. 21, 2021. For more stories like this, visit www.coffeeordie.com. From

Tunnel rats of the Vietnam war had a scary mission!

Tunnel Rats: The Underground Grunts of the Vietnam War

While infantry companies were lobbing mortars, laying down suppressive fire and maneuvering with H-harnesses, helmets, rifles and rucks, the T-shirt-wearing,

A Marine representing the real walking dead battalion in Vietnam.

The REAL Walking Dead: 1st Battalion, 9th Marines in Vietnam

When you think of The Walking Dead, what comes to mind—zombies, Rick Grimes, Negan and his beloved, barbwire-laced bat, “Lucille”? Forget

Skillset Live Episode #116: 3 Tours in ‘Nam – Experiences May Vary Vol. 1

In our new series, Experiences May Vary, we sit down with USMC infantryman, Bob Miller as he walks us through his