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Cuban Missile Crisis Vet: We Were in Imminent Danger
American Indian U.S. Army veteran Thomas Lewis is the Chief of the Meherrin Tribe; a state recognized tribe located in Hertford County, North Carolina. Drafted into the U.S...
Terry Cole: No Yellow Ribbons for a Vietnam Vet
We sometimes forget the Vietnam War was so unpopular in the 1970s that simply trying to come back home to the United States could be a challenge, even the veterans who never saw an...
Richard Allen: No One Joins the Marines To Be a Clerk
Richard Allen joined the Marines during the Vietnam War because he grew up in an American Indian community where many of the men were World War II veterans...
Service Can Be a Lifelong Career
In the military everyone does their part, and Kelly McFee is an example of an administrator and councilor who turned her service into a lifelong career...
Honored for Services Behind the Lines
While we honor our war heroes, not everyone serves on the frontlines...
Reality Hits You Hard and Fast
Dan King was raised to respect warriors, but when he got to Vietnam in 1969 he soon re-accessed his definition of bravery...
Oliver Jones Recalls the Tet Offensive
Oliver Jones paid a price for serving his country, with decades of flashbacks and nightmares that went untreated for years. His tour of duty as a medic was short, but intense...
A Sense of Duty: Dwight W. Birdwell
Dwight W. Birdwell is a decorated hero of the battle over Tan Son Nhut Air Base during the Tet Offensive in the Vietnam War...
From Military Skills to Tribal Statesmanship
Plunging from an aircraft, relying only on a parachute, and doing so at night may seem a little terrifying, but for one ex-soldier from Colorado it was a preferred experience...
Sgt. Joseph Miller, Rejoining the Service After 9/11
For Sgt. Joseph Miller, two decades of private sector life could not keep him from joining the army after the September 11 th attacks...
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