A very moving visit to Vietnam
Over the course of the last two weeks, I spent my days and evenings with 11 other Vietnam veterans, one active duty Marine Corps captain and my son as we traveled from Danang to Hanoi, Vietnam, tracing our footsteps of war in remembrance of the 45th anniversary of the 1968 Tet Offensive.
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#1 Apr 3, 2013
trashed who care,,
your time was over,,.
put it in the bin now,,.
you ran,,you left a million suffer,,now no point to talk about it,,.
you has betrayal a million,,million of south vietnamese regime,,
did you known how many south vietnamese high ranking officer has been force to eat vietcong shit at THEIR labour Camp,,?
you all bloody coward,,just get let the
humiliated history in past go,,
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