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With a huge improvement in the visa process, Vietnam keeps the door open for all visitors.
David Carter, an Army Vietnam veteran from Sun Valley, called Bush's visit to Hanoi ``kind of weird.
Veterans who served offshore but did not set foot in Vietnam and who suffer from conditions they believe are caused by exposure to Agent Orange should consider filing a claim for disability.
NIEHS-supported research has shown that air pollution, which is a big problem in Vietnam, can impact cardiovascular health and increase susceptibility to respiratory infections," said Sassaman.
Handspan Adventure Travel was started in 1997 by three college graduates from Hanoi who wanted to offer "unique and exalting tours while maintaining the natural and human resources of Vietnam.
By 1999 Pap screening had begun in one district of Ho Chi Minh City, and since then screening services have been established at five more sites in Vietnam.
1946: In March, France recognizes Vietnam as a "free state" within the French Union.
Commanders "took steps to reassign black servicemen" because African American soldiers collectively resisted Washington's plans to make them the expendable casualties of Vietnam.
Beyond its impact on American Catholic life, the CPF also warrants historical examination for the ways it can help broaden understanding of the movement against the Vietnam War.