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Memorial Day 2015

MemorialDay 2015 Memorial Day Messagefrom Secretary of Defense Ash Carter While every Memorial Day is marked with solemn remembrance, in2015 we take special note. This year — as we mark the 150th anniversary of theend of the Civil War, the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the 65thanniversary of the start of […]

How the Communist Grinches Stole Christmas

Vietnam: How the Communist Grinches StoleChristmas February 6, 2015 – by Michael Benge Alphonse Karr’s 1839statement “Plus change, plus c’estla chose.” (The more things change, themore they remain the same) is still valid in former Indochina after decades ofbrutal dictatorships. As an agent of Moscow,whose loyalty was not to the Vietnamese people but to the World […]

The Narrative

The “Narrative” I am presently working witha group of other vets to help bring the view of our war in Viet Nam to aconference being held later this year.  This has been a drawn out event,marked with a great deal of conflict in some parts, and enormous effort finallyto be able to bring to the […]


THE HERO OF THE BATTLEOF KONTUM REFUTES NEIL SHEEHAN This article about a brave ARVN general deservesto be published, but the author, an American veteran who interviewed thegeneral personally, does not have any contacts with websites that would besuitable for this.  If anyone knows of such a website, please let me knowso I can put […]

Embassy Statement on Dinh Nguyen Khaand Nguyen Phuong Uyen

Embassy Statement onDinh Nguyen Kha andNguyen Phuong Uyen May 17, 2013 We are concerned by aVietnamese court’s sentencing of Dinh Nguyen Kha to eight years in prison andNguyen Phuong Uyen to six years in prison on subversion charges. These convictions are partof a disturbing trend of Vietnamese authorities using charges under nationalsecurity laws to imprison […]