Want to see the mountains, forests and farms of the “real” Vietnam? Get away from the tourist hoards, get on a motorcycle and go. I just did that, and even got to ride an ostrich. Here’s how you can too.
More than 1,000 enemy soldiers poured out of the jungle surrounding the firebase as mortar and rocket fire whizzed over the concertina wire. Paul D. Hanson radioed for help, expecting artillery fire. What he got was something powerfully different.
Pueblo Chieftain Kids, soldiers recall Vietnam event 40 years later Pueblo Chieftain Noone, 68, of Garden City, N.Y., adopted her two daughters — Heather and Jennifer — after they were among the last children evacuated to the United States.
With the Viet Cong making their final push toward taking Saigon in April 1975, the fate of thousands of Vietnamese orphans was uncertain until President Gerald Ford ordered remaining forces to evacuate the children.
From Malcolm Browne’s photograph of the burning monk to Nick Ut’s picture of a nine-year-old girl running from a napalm attack, the Associated Press’s Saigon bureau captured the realities and tragedies of the Vietnam war
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