Initially, I created this wesite to introduce my book – “Cherries” – which was published in April, 2010. However, since then, it has become a collection of articles, pages, and videos relating to… Continue reading
Cherries – A Vietnam War novel as seen through the eyes of an eighteen year old “virgin” Infantry Soldier. He is afraid, naive and innocent upon his arrival, and must learn the ropes quickly to survive. After coming under enemy fire and witnessing death firsthand, his mind-numbing journey will begin; his knowledge, experience and confidence will grow, he is still afraid of dying, and months later completes the transition to battle-hardened veteran.
Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Army Capt. Roger Donlon, was the first U.S. servicemember to be awarded the medal for actions during the Vietnam War. By Lauren Sage Reinlie Northwest Florida Daily News,… Continue reading
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALL THE SERVICES, THIS FILM RECOUNTS THE VICTORY OF AMERICAN AND ALLIED FORCES IN THIS MOST IMPORTANT SINGLE BATTLE OF THE VIETNAM WAR. BEGINS BY HIGHLIGHTING THE MILITARY AND POLITICAL HISTORY… Continue reading
By PFC DAN LOWRY 10/7/70 CU CHI – Members of the 25th Division’s 2nd Wolfhounds led by an enthusiastic young rallier, uncovered a Viet Cong field hospital complex and detained two enemy nurses near… Continue reading