Vietnam War Story “When Can I Stop Running?” is now Available


Hi Everybody! Here we are, a little more than six years since publishing my first book, “Cherries – A Vietnam War Novel” –  a well-received addition to the many Vietnam War novels out there.  On… Continue reading

Who Were All the Players During The Vietnam War?


Support to South Vietnam The war in Vietnam was a much larger event than most people realized.  For starters, forty nations provided assistance to South Vietnam ranging from economic and technical assistance to… Continue reading

What Was It Like To Hump The Boonies in Vietnam?


This has turned out to be longer then I expected, but I think it’s all good and you’ll like it… Today, I want to focus on the American “straight leg” infantryman during the… Continue reading

29 Sad, lonely & Tough Images from the Vietnam War


War dominated 30 years of Vietnam’s history last century. The struggle that began with communists fighting French colonial power in the 1940s did not end until they seized Saigon and control of the… Continue reading

Female Correspondents of the Vietnam War


The Vietnam War was noticeably different than all other wars in American history.  Unlike World War II, Vietnam was fought in one place by mostly American soldiers.  Warfare was guerrilla-style in the jungle,… Continue reading

Student Challenge: How did Vietnam Change our Country?


This year, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund held a Memorial Day Student Video Contest asking the question, “How did Vietnam Change Our Country?”.  Each high-school student was tasked with interviewing Vietnam Veterans and… Continue reading

Profile in Courage: Five Years to Freedom


James Nicholas “Nick” Rowe was born on February 8, 1938 in McAllen, Texas, to Lee Delavan and Florence [nee Survillo] Rowe, a Russian immigrant who had lived through the Bolshevik Revolution. His older… Continue reading

Fate of Marines left behind in Cambodia in 1975 haunts Comrades


Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image Gallery Image… Continue reading

The Morning After, The Night Before (Guest Blog)


John E. Harrison, a Vietnam Veteran, has his own website and publishes a variety of articles – some relate to his experiences during the War.  John entsome of his workered the U.S. Army… Continue reading

Military Slang during the Vietnam War


This is the most visited page on my blog site and many of you may  already be familiar with it.  If this is your first time, Enjoy!!! Source: Military Slang during the Vietnam… Continue reading