The photos he took during and after the Vietnam war
brought to the world's attention the inhumanity and injustice of war that still resonate in Vietnam today.
Not only is the Vietnam War
"the unfinished war." It also raises the uncomfortable question that we have learned not to attend and indeed to exclude from our collective consciousness and conscience: Do we, as citizens of a nation and members of American society, have any longer a sufficiently shared conception of the common good and meaning of America?
Second, Milam addresses many areas rarely found in books tied to the Vietnam War
. These include the selection, training, and evaluation of junior officers and the training regimen for junior officers once they arrived in Vietnam.
There is also an educational display in a trailer and a display of flags to honor people who are still listed as POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War
Critique: As the Vietnam generation now ages and new generations enter the world and consider the Vietnam War
as so much ancient history, Warren Hunt's memoir will be of immense benefit to continue to be of historical benefit for the future generations yet to come.
Courageous Women of the Vietnam War
is the fifth book in the Women of Action series.
The legislation could also be seen as important because it can raise awareness of the plight of Vietnam War
veterans, many of which have long maintained that their treatment once they returned home from fighting abroad left much to be desired.
The escalation of US involvement in the Vietnam War
in 1965 pushed the civil rights movement and the accompanying legislation to the sidelines very quickly.
In recent years, we have seen a resurgence in the Vietnam War
American Airlines and the United States of America Vietnam War
Commemoration said they are recognizing more than 1,300 American Airlines employees, retirees and family members who served during the Vietnam War
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 5, 2015-American Airline named commemorative partner of Vietnam War
"Although it is now several decades that the Vietnam War
ended, children are still born with deficiencies and deformities in our country," the Vietnamese envoy said in an interview with FNA on Tuesday.