Web sites that relate directly to army veterans who served in the Vietnam War. The category is not specific to one country.
This page was put together by Ern Marshall because of the lack of information about the Australian Involvement in Vietnam and for the benefit of all Veterans.
Experiences of a combat medic in Vietnam. Statistical information, personal responses to student surveys, and viewers questions. Listing of Army medics who died in Vietnam and Medal of Honor recipients who were medics or in the First Cavalry Division.
A living memorial to all veterans of the 23rd Infantry Division.
Cox's combat experiences in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader with Co A, 1/52d Infantry, includes photos, maps, documents, and discussion of PTSD.
Army Medical Evacuation (MedVac) helicopter units, and personnel, depicted in text and photographs.
FROM A (ao dai) to Z (zoomie.
Memoir based on the war diary of a young paratrooper who served in Vietnam during the bloodiest year of the war, 1968.
A web site to help bring information to the families of loved ones lost in the Vietnam.
A view of their past.
Eddie Lee Vanderpool gave his life to save another in combat on Christmas Eve of 1968. His family wants to meet the person he saved.
Howard Kramer, former sniper with the US Army's 9th Division in the Mekong Delta provides a picture perspective of his view of the Vietnam war. Extensive photo gallery with comments by the photographer.
A listing of over 2.7 million Vietnam Veterans. Includes Name, Rank, Branch of Service and MOS.
Library of personal positive Vietnam War stories, poems, photos. 300+ stories.
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