Nearly 40 years after the war, American vets who live in Vietnam are working to foster reconciliation between the two countries, while other former US soldiers are traveling there to find 'closure.'
November 11, 2013

By: Nissa Rhee, The Christian Science Monitor

Why US veterans are returning to Vietnam (via The Christian Science Monitor)

Veterans Greg Anderson (l.) and Bill Ervin on a hill in Vietnam, where they were overrun in 1969.(Courtesy of Bill Ervin) A photo of Greg Kleven, dated April 1967, shows him posing in front of a tin-roofed hooch, wearing an undershirt so stained it…

 

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