Ah, the Vietnam War, the least controversial war in all of American History.
This module will show you the people who lived through the war, what they felt and how they thought. I hope by reading through these stories a new understanding of the motivations of the individual spread, as well as sympathy and compassion for all of those who lived through it.
- Colonel James N Rowe, He Survived Years of Being a POW, Only to Be Assassinated Years Later
- Specialist Fourth-Class Joseph G LaPointe Jr, Conscientious Objector and Recipient of the Medal of Honor
- Gunnery Sergeant R Lee Ermey, Actor Who Began His Career in the US Marine Corps
- General Seth McKee, he served in the Armed Forces from 1935 to 1973
- Thích Quảng Đức, The Buddhist Monk Who Protested the Treatment of his People by Committing Self Immolation
- Corporal Thomas W Bennett, Conscientious Objector and Medal of Honor Recipient