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Sammy Davis shared a name with a popular entertainer, and his acts of valor during the Vietnam War would prove to be the...
Master Sgt. Clyde Moore said he was treated so badly when he got back to the U.S., it made him return to the war - twice.
Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Hathcock was the kind of Marine that would inspire generations of warfighters.
John Lee Levitow saved his aircrew in the skies above Vietnam by throwing himself on a flare that was seconds from igniting.
The senators urged Esper to add the 74 sailors who died aboard the USS Frank E. Evans to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Some movies are more quotable than others, and Stanley Kubrick's classic "Full Metal Jacket" certainly fits that bill.
His only relative -- a sister in Oklahoma -- was unable to attend his funeral at Pikes Peak National Cemetery.
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