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Vietnam

The Baylander, a Vietnam-era vessel later used to train helicopter pilots on marine landings, is open to visitors for free beginning Saturday.
The famous Vietnam correspondent helped inform the country about the conflict there.
Think you're having a bad Monday? How many roaches have you killed today? Drop a bottle of liquor yet?
Given the elusiveness of "victory" in the war, the country's enduring turmoil, and the current war in Afghanistan, should there be a parade for the veterans of the Iraq War?
Bloomberg claimed that those in Zuccotti Park were "trying to destroy the jobs of working people in this city."
The tourist helicopters that are giving one Brooklyn Heights resident Vietnam flashbacks and other Brooklyn Heights residents Grand Canyon vacation flashbacks are here to stay.
(Paolo Carrillo's Flickr) A retired Vietnamese-American restaurateur living in Florida was
Where's my garmonbozia? File this under why-we-can't-trust-anyone-anymore: the Post sinks its
Days after the NY Times questioned his apparent lies and exaggerations
Richard Blumenthal, seen here not really in the shit in Vietnam
When Harold Pinter’s masterpiece The Homecoming first premiered on Broadway some four
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