U.S. Navy CDR (Ret.) Jack Bailey did a lot while serving in both the Army and the Navy, but he would not want to repeat the reception at the airport one man gave him when he returned from Vietnam.
The Saratoga will be towed to Texas later this month to be dismantled. The Saratoga — named for the decisive battle of the American Revolution fought in upstate New York — completed 22 deployments before it was decommissioned in 1994.
Sergeant Candelario Garcia had to wait beyond death to get the proper recognition. Nearly 50 years after serving in Vietnam the North Texan finally received the military’s highest honor.
Several hundred people gathered in Arlington for a ceremony to remember those who lost their lives for our country.
One of the men behind the DFW National Cemetery in Oak Cliff is now spearheading creation of a new national memorial. It honors the men who fought a pivotal battle during the Korean War in 1950.
Bikers escorted nearly two dozen medal of honor recipients from D/FW Airport to Gainesville for a weekend of ceremonies in their honor.
An SMU film graduate was volunteering in Dallas when someone told her about “Operation Babylift,” the U.S. initiative that airlifted more than 2,500 orphans of American military fathers and Vietnamese mothers out of Vietnam, to protect them from threat of the Communist Regime.
There are many ways to ‘pay it forward,’ but one North Texas woman has made it her way of life. Tammy Nguyen Lee is changing lives all around the world.
In his entire adult life, Horace Elliott has known two things: His Fort Worth house and the U.S. Army. ‘I went to Germany in ’64 and ’65 and then they pulled me out of Germany to go to Vietnam,’ Elliott recalled.
Tammy Nguyen Lee is raising awareness of more than 2,500 children who came to the U.S. from Vietnam. And a special event in Dallas will highlight some of the most successful stories.
It is rare when man and machine can combine to tell a story. After nearly 50 years, fate brought two pilots back to the very same airplanes they flew in Vietnam.
Call it fate, chance or even a divine appointment. A woman just happened to come across the name of the man whose POW bracelet she wore 40 years ago.