Everyone has their preference. This could be it. It contains a tremendous bank of useful information, including MAPS of D Company and Ist Cav AO. There is lots of useful information describing how to obtain information from various government records.
Excellent high level overview of 1st Cavalry History in Vietnam. Lots of good history.
Join this organization. For $10 you can be a lifetime member and receive their newspaper and other goodies. Definitely worth it.
Excellent photo collection showing much of the set-up of the An Khe base camp, with plenty of helicopter related details
Excellent article which dispells many of the lies spread by the media about Vietnam and the soldiers who fought it. Well worth reading.
This website the shows a variety of data and information of interest. Well worth exploring in depth.
The above picture illustrates a great story about Frank Heidel (right) and Chuck Doole (left) who finally got together after 40+ years. Read the story how Frank returned Chuck's grandmother's rosary; which Chuck had given to Frank, as Chuck was being loaded on a medevac helicopter in May of 1966. He had been shot. (Click on the picture to bring up the newspaper article describing the event.)
Many of us remember that day.
Chuck was wounded several times during his tour of duty.
No matter how you feel about your experience in Vietnam, this is an excellent video, accurately describing the way things were and what we overcame. Highly recommended.
Dwight Edwards and Chuck Rose at the Branson Reunion. 2011
Read This Article: "That the boomer elites can canonize this sort of conduct in our fathers' generation while ignoring it in our own is more than simple oversight. It is a conscious, continuing travesty." James Webb
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Worth listening to for us vets. A different perspective.
Check out our sister company's very interesting web site. Lots of pictures and other info that will resonate with our memories. Doug Warden has an excellent article here that describes many of the events in which Delta was also involved. See "C company History." You need a guest password to view the site, so sign up and get one. It's worth it.
Unlike Jane Fonda, who behaved dispicably during the Vietnam war, Ann Margaret was a wonderful supporter of the troops. We thank Ann for her support. This site has pictures of her entertainment tours in Vietnam as well as comments from many RVN Veterans.
Great Narrative and photos recognizing the US Veterans and our Allies
A must read. Puts the war in perspective and oveturns many myths.
Another great read which every Vietnam Vet should take to heart
This is a long video, but one that all vets should be aware. Check your DD 214 for the "secret code".
Great article that expresses many views abou the Vietnam war shared by many vets today.