“With a grenade he led a charge onto the bunker and took out the bunker and saved a number of his platoon.”
The traveling Vietnam War Memorial made a stop at Northville High School. Bill Flohr is a baseball coach and the Armed Forces Committee Director there. He shares the importance and goals of bringing the wall to the school.
Southfield resident Andrew Johnson served in the Army from 1962 until 1965 as a specialist E-5 with Army Intelligence.
War Dogs have been credited with saving the lives of thousands of American soldiers. There are only eighteen War Dog Memorial sites in the country, one of which is in South Lyon, Michigan. This feature […]
The City of Romulus has partnered with a statewide effort to discover photographs and information about residents killed during the Vietnam War.
A traveling 3/5 scaled replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., will be on display during the Canton Liberty Fest, June 16 through June 19.
Dearborn will honor the 69 young soldiers from the community who lost their lives in the Vietnam War, most of them fresh-faced young men just out of high school.