Tag Archive: digital books

The Aussie Battle of Long Tan: Victory Against Overwhelming Odds.


Bruce Fletcher’s oil on canvas “Long Tan Action.” During the Vietnam War, 108 Australian soldiers stood against some 1,500 to 2,500 Vietnamese forces near the village of Long Tan. When the battle was… Continue reading

Did Westerners Fight alongside VC/NVA in Vietnam War?


In August, 1970, when I served with the 25th Division Wolfhounds outside of Dau Tieng near the Black Virgin Mountain, our company once spotted a blond caucasian male with a squad of NVA… Continue reading

Vietnam War MOH Recipients – Oral Interviews


  The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration presented by the United States government to a member of its armed forces. The recipients must have distinguished themselves at the risk of… Continue reading

17 wild facts about the Vietnam War


Dutch National Archives via Wikimedia Commons   Jane Fonda  The American experience in Vietnam was a long and painful one for the nation. For those against the war, it appeared to be a meat grinder… Continue reading

Montagnards – Friend or Foe in the Vietnam War?


Two generations ago, Americans went to a strange land to fight a strange war. In many ways this war’s rules were much like the French & Indian War more than 200 years before.… Continue reading

8 Facts about the Vietnam War from a Former Viet Cong Soldier


This article was originally published on Cracked.com, March 27, 2015.  Author Evan V. Symon wrote this article based on his interview with a former Viet Cong soldier, Nguyen Hoa Giai,  during the Vietnam… Continue reading

A Remembrance of Hue, Vietnam 1968


 Guest article by Nathan Nguyen During the North Vietnamese Army’s surprise 1968 Tet Offensive, a fierce battle raged in the city of Hue. Pitting North Vietnamese Army regulars and Vietcong against South Vietnamese… Continue reading

“Dead Men Flying” Heroic as Hell – The Dustoff Pilots of The Vietnam War (image heavy)


There was no more welcomed sound of to a wounded soilder in Vietnam than the whop-whop-whop of the “dustoff Huey” coming to get them out of hell. Anyone that has ever flown in… Continue reading

This Marine Was The ‘American Sniper’ Of The Vietnam War


 Long before Chris Kyle penned “American Sniper,” Carlos Hathcock was already a legend. He taught himself to shoot as a boy, as did Alvin York and Audie Murphy before him. He had dreamed… Continue reading

Tunnel Rats in Vietnam


This story originally appeared in:  Thebrigade.com on January 14, 2016 by Chuck My FB friend, Richard Bradley, recently posted the link to this story on his page with the following note: Me and… Continue reading