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     "If you are able, save for them a place inside of you and save one backward glance when you are leaving for the places they can no longer go.

     Be not ashamed to say you loved them, though you may or may not have always. Take what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own.

     And in that time when men decide and feel safe to call the war insane, take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind."

Major Michael Davis O'Donnell
1 January 1970
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Some Truths About Vietnam


#1)  Vietnam was a just cause.

#2)  Jane Fonda was a pro communist sympathizer.

#4)  The News media has mis-reported, and Motion picture industry has mis-portrayed the Vietnam war and the Vietnam veteran for over 30 years.

#5)  If atrocities were "committed on a day to day basis"  in Vietnam, the news media would have reported them then. There were news journalists and photographers all over Vietnam.  Remember the Vietnam war was the 1st war to be televised? The 1st war that you watched from your living rooms? How soon we forget! 

Some Answers for America

#1)   Did American Soldiers commit atrocities?  Yes, but in the 13 years from 1962 until 1975 there were less atrocities committed by American servicemen than in the 4 years of WW2.

#2)   Did the Vietnam veterans rape Vietnamese women?  Not where I was, and I never heard of it happening. Though I'm sure there were some rapes, as sure as I am that there were rapes committed in the USA between 1962 and 1975.

#3)   Did the Vietnam veteran kill women?   Yes, unfortunately we had to at times.

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#4)   Did the Vietnam veterans kill kids? Yes,  unfortunately we had to at times.

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#5)   Did the Vietnam veteran commit atrocities "on a day to day basis with the full awareness of Officers at all levels of command"?   As I said above, Vietnam was the 1st war that was brought to the Americans living room. There were Journalists and Photographers all over Vietnam if this statement were the truth, the media would have been at every atrocity foaming at the mouth with pen in hand.

#6)   Did the Vietnam veterans randomly shoot at civilians, kill livestock, and raze villages in the "fashion" of Genghis Khan?   I never seen it and I never heard about any other incidents except for Mai Lai.


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VIETNAM WAR FACTS


While many aspects about the Vietnam War are debatable, the facts and figures of the war have a voice of their own and are indisputable. 

On these pages we list some of the commonly accepted facts about the Vietnam War. 

58,148 Americans were killed and 304,000 wounded out of 2.59 million who served.

The average age of those killed in Vietnam was 23.11 years.

50,274 were enlisted, average age 22.37.

The average infantryman in the South Pacific during World War II saw about 40 days of combat in four years. The average infantryman in Vietnam saw about 240 days of combat in one year, thanks to the mobility of the helicopter.

After Vietnam the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand managed to stay free of communism. The Indonesians expelled the Soviets in 1966. 

During the Vietnam War the national debt increased by $146 billion (1967-1973). Adjusted for inflation, the debt in 1992 dollars was $500 billion. 

6,598 were officers, average age 28.43.

91 percent of Vietnam veterans say they are glad they served.

74 percent said they would serve again even knowing the outcome. 

1,276 were warrant officers (NCOs), average age 24.73 years.

11,465 were less than 20 years old. 

From 1957 to 1973 the National Liberation Front assassinated 36,725 South Vietnamese and abducted 58,499. Death squads focused on leaders that included schoolteachers and minor officials. 

The number of North Vietnamese killed was approximately 500,000 to 600,000. Casualties: 15 million. 

One out of every 10 Americans who served in Vietnam was a casualty. Although the percentage who died is similar to other wars, amputations or crippling wounds were 300 percent higher than in World War II. 75,000 Vietnam veterans are severely disabled.

The Tet '68 offensive was a major defeat for the VC and the NVA. 

Two-thirds of the men who served in Vietnam were volunteers, two-thirds who served in World War II were draftees

The first American soldier killed by hostile action in Vietnam was Captain Harry Cramer, part of a group of U.S. Army Special Forces ("Green Berets") who were training the Vietnamese in guerrilla warfare. At the graduation ceremony on October 21, 1957, communist guerrillas dropped mortar shells on the training site near Nha Trang. Cramer was killed, an American sergeant lost an arm, and there were several Vietnamese casualties as well. Because the United States didn't recognize a combat situation in Vietnam, Cramer's death was officially listed as the result of a accidental explosion, and his name wasn't entered on the Vietnam Wall war memorial until 1983.

Cpl Charles McMahon along with LCpl Darwin Judge was the last Killed In Action serviceman in the Vietnam War. Cpl McMahon grew up in Woburn, Massachutes He completed Marine Corps Boot Camp and Marine Security Guard School before shipping to Saigon, R. Vietnam as a Marine Security Guard to the American Embassy. He and LCpl Judge were killed together within the first two weeks of joining the detachment. Cpl McMahon and LCpl Judge was killed by a rocket attack from Five NVA Divisions defending the Defense Attaché Building on Tahn Sahn Knut airbase.



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194th ARMORED BRIGADE, D TROOP 10TH CAV, FT. KNOX, KENTUCKY 

  

 3RD ARMORED DIVISION, CSC, 1/33 ARMOR, GELNHAUSEN, GERMANY  

A TROOP  1ST SQUADRON 3RD CAV, FT. BLISS, TEXAS


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The ACLU crusade against religion

The ACLU crusade against religion is a crusade against the core religious and moral values that have essentially been the software of the success of American freedom.

The smoke screen under which this operation takes place is an illusion that for every religious symbol purged, we produce a more neutral and fair country.

This is anything but true. Nature abhors a vacuum, and the purge of one value amounts to its replacement with another. In this case, traditional values of right, wrong and personal responsibility are displaced by relativism, materialism and, ultimately, the product of both of these, nihilism.

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This is a critical case that if not overturned, could affect other critical foundational documents in our nation.

By adding my name to the 622,138 citizens who are standing to save the Pledge, I am sending a message to the U.S. Supreme Court that I expect them to do everything in their power to protect and preserve our Pledge of Allegiance for the generations of citizens that follow.

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