By Anh Le On July 7, President Barack Obama met with Nguyen Trong Phu, Vietnam’s Communist Party Secretary at the White House. April 15 was the commemoration of the 40-year anniversary of the end [...]
To avoid an international incident, my driver and guide finished their lunch and we resumed our trip. Up to that point, no one had ever said anything negative to me about the American War—the [...]
December 18, 1972, after peace talks had broken down President Nixon started a massive bombing campaign over north Vietnam. These bombings came to be known as the Christmas Bombings. They continued until the 29th of [...]
I am headed to Khe Sanh firebase by taxi from the city of Hue to the mountains of Vietnam close to the Laotian border. It is a wet, rainy, and dreary day. My driver is [...]
Many of the Vietnam veterans who return to Vietnam speak in terms of paying homage to their brethren whose lives, limbs, and sanity were lost in a land of unparalleled beauty. From its coastline beaches [...]
Vietnam 2013 In 1965, I remember talking to a classmate when I was 14 yrs. old about the Vietnam war. Even then we were speculating about the likelihood of us being drafted into what was [...]
The Scotlan Youth & Family Center is holding a dedication ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 24 honoring the Tuskegee Airmen and the Bay Area Black Pilots Association.
On July 6, members of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilot’s Association (VHPA) from around the nation held their 30th reunion at the Hilton hotel in San Francisco.