A soldier’s brush with tragedy both abroad and at home.
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers writes of men and brotherhood, and how healing can occur in unexpected places.
Endless occupations, big government, the imperial theme, and teen soldiers—not easy topics for high schoolers. Teacher Jeremy McKeen shares his wish for his grown up students off at war. — “Go and teach Jeremy how to play with G.I. Joes,” I remember a relative saying to one of my older cousins when I was six. I had […]
Thomas Pluck believes that wars battle on until everyone touched by them is dead. And on and on they go.
John Tinseth looks back at his father’s odd A-Team going into Vietnam.
Tina Cane remembers a television actor and a paternal figure, glossing neither the beauty nor the flaws.
Let’s do good — Jesse Kornbluth reviews sustainable, one-of-a-kind bags that will help keep the earth safer.
Fifty years ago Lyndon Johnson made the decision to Americanize the conflict in Vietnam. Why?
Michael Frizell writes of Vietnam and the father who was there.
The world now demands a maturity of America that we may not be able to achieve. ~ Dr. Martin Luther King
All Vietnam veterans have stories. Allen Fraser Clark’s involves a child, a game, and a tragedy.
After years of refusing to act, the U.S. military has reversed course and has decided to disinter the possible grave of Arthur “Bud” Kelder, a POW from World War II who is buried anonymously in an American war cemetery in the Philippines.