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Original U.S. Vietnam War Named Company C 5th Special ...

Original Item: One-of-a-kind. The owner of this rare beret served in Company C of the 5th Special Forces Group and served in Vietnam during the war. He had a custom silk/rayon lining installed to the interior of his beret with custom embroidery showing a parachute with leaping tiger that reads:RIGGS B.G.CO "C" 5th SFG <ABN>The beret is offered in very good condition and also features a ...

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Vietnam: The Only War We've Got

Even General Westmoreland comes out looking good. Of special interest to Vietnam buffs are the authors' introductory chapters about the nature of the war and of U.S. media coverage, and a concluding critque Note that the Kindle ebook is only $2.99 -- the price of a cup of coffee! The Medal for a Green Beret

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VIETNAM WAR 1968-1969 Photo Gallery by Richard Calmes at ...

Served as an Aviation Ordnance (MOS 6511) person with H&MS 13. Specialty was mark 4 Gun Pod. Saw the dump explode on Tet and 500 lb bombs going off about 750 feet in the air. Flew flare missions for a few months, mostly Dong Ha, The Rock Pile, Khe San, etc. Even flew a few for the Green Berets in local villages south of air base.

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MACVSOG MEDAL OF HONOR PRINT

Col Robert C. Howard, US Army Special Forces, CCC, Hatchet Force Rescue (Most decorated serviceman in U.S. History, submitted for the MOH three times in 13 months and appearing on the cover of the Green Beret Magazine October 1969).

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U.S. Army Records Search & Veteran Locator | TWS

1972-1974, 16P, A Battery, 6th Battalion, 56th Air Defense Artillery

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Vietnam Photography

1001.jpg • add to lightbox. The battle in the Hiep Duc Valley, 35 miles south of Danang, was one of the bloodiest of 1969. When it was over, more than 400 Americans were wounded and 80 were dead. The American military said more than 1,000 NVA died. This aerial …

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Col. Robert Howard: The Greatest Hero America Never Knew ...

And it turned out that Robert Lewis Howard was a Green Beret and a TCU grad. He had appeared in two John Wayne movies, making a parachute jump in The Longest Day and playing an airborne instructor in The Green Berets—not exactly a stretch for him. ... Then there was the rest of the Vietnam war, the part we knew about. Howard received his ...

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Colonel Robert L. Howard MOH - MACV-SOG / Special ...

Robert L. Howard is said to be our nation's most decorated soldier from the Vietnam War. He was the last Vietnam Special Forces Medal of Honor recipient still on active duty when he retired on Sept. 29, 1992. His story is told in John Plaster's excellent book, SOG The Secret Wars of America's Commandos in Vietnam.

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MACVSOG -MOH – SOG Chronicles

MACVSOG - MOH. The U.S. military (and MACV-SOG personnel) kept tight security over knowledge of the unit's operations and existence until the early 1980s. Although there had been some small leaks by the media during the conflict, they were usually erroneous …

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New Graphic Novel Features Vietnam, Green Beret Hero | AUSA

Retired Col. Roger Donlon, the first person in the Vietnam War and the first Green Beret to receive the Medal of Honor, is the subject of the latest graphic novel in the Association of the U.S. Army's series on recipients of the nation's highest valor award. Medal of Honor: Roger Donlon tells of how then-Capt. Donlon disregarded multiple wounds and successfully led his 12-man Green Beret ...

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Black Army special forces veteran may receive Medal of ...

Black Army special forces veteran may receive Medal of Honor 56 years after heroism in Vietnam One of the first African-American officers in the U.S. Army Green Berets may receive the Medal of ...

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Col. Robert L Howard, Five Tours Of Vietnam, Medal Of ...

Col. Robert L Howard "Robert L. Howard, 70, one of the Vietnam War's most highly decorated servicemen who received the Medal of Honor for leading fellow soldiers out of an ambush and fending off more than 250 troops during a two-day …

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Listen to Vietnam Green Berets S.O.G. Medal of Honor ...

THE STORIES THAT I WRITE AND TELL ARE ABOUT THE EXTRAORDINARY MEN OF SOG, MACVSOG, MILITARY ASSISTANCE COMMAND, VIETNAM, SPECIAL OPERATIONS GROUP, CODE NAMED THE STUDIES AND OBSERVATION GROUP.SOG WAS THE BEST KEPT SECRET OF THE VIETNAM WAR, SO SECRET THAT IS WAS LABELED A "BLACK" OPERATION, …

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U.S. Army Special Forces: The most famous Green Berets ...

He served as a Green Beret combat medic with the rank of Staff Sergeant of the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Barry Sadler later wrote the hit song, "The Ballad of the Green Berets," which spent five weeks atop the Hot 100 chart in 1966. That was enough to put him on the list of the most famous Green Berets …

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MEDAL OF HONOR Tribute Shadow Box for Colonel Robert Lewis ...

A shadowbox made in tribute of Colonel Robert Lewis Howard (Most decorated Green Beret in the US Army MOH Winner) Medal of Honor AWARDED FOR ACTIONS DURING Vietnam War Service: Army Division: 1st Special Forces GENERAL ORDERS: Department of the Army, General Orders No. 16 (March 24, 1971) CITATION:

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Did 'The Post' Get It Wrong? How the Cover-Up of a …

In 'The Post', Daniel Ellsberg's frustration with Defense Secretary Robert McNamara's lies leads him to leak the Pentagon Papers. But the real story also involves the cover-up of a Green Beret …

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Green Beret Medic Could Be Next Vietnam War MOH Recipient ...

WASHINGTON -- The story of Green Beret Gary Michael Rose's heroism is an epic of classified warfare and a stinging media scandal, but it might soon end with a Medal of Honor. In 1970, Rose was the ...

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Army - Medal of Honor Recipients - U.S. Military Awards ...

medal of honor recipients Note to users: To search this list for a specific name, hit both "Ctrl" and "F" on your keyboard. This will bring up your browser's "Find" function, where you can enter the last name of an individual and skip to them on the list.

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Medical Personnel & the Medal of Honor - The National ...

Here at the National Medal of Honor Museum our Chief Museum Content Officer, Rob Shenk, interviewed medical aidman and Green Beret Gary Beikirch and author Marcus Brotherton about Blaze of Light, a book about Beikirch's life.You can watch it below.

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Captain Roger Donlon, Medal of Honor | Special Operations

Captain Roger Donlon, The First Of Many Medal of Honor Recipients. U.S. Army 7th Special Forces Group Captain Roger Donlon arrived in South Vietnam in May 1964, to lead detachment A–726 ...

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MOST DECORATED PARATROOPER IN VIETNAM WAR | THE …

Wounded 14 times in 54 months of combat duty in Vietnam, Robert Howard was awarded 8 Purple Hearts and is believed to be the most decorated living American. Biographical Information. Medal of Honor Citation. Photo Page. The Green Beret magazine – 1969. Special Forces Medal of Honor. MACVSOG Medal of Honor Print. Medal of Honor Flag. Website ...

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Robert L. Howard | Military Wiki | Fandom

Robert Lewis Howard (July 11, 1939 – December 23, 2009) was a highly decorated United States Army soldier and Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War. He was wounded 14 times over 54 months of combat, was awarded 8 Purple Hearts, 4 Bronze Stars, and was nominated for the Medal of Honor three separate times. He was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on February 22, 2010. Howard ...

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STD-MACV-SOG: Colonel Robert L. Howard MOH

Robert L. Howard is said to be our nation's most decorated soldier from the Vietnam War. He was the last Vietnam Special Forces Medal of Honor recipient still on active duty when he retired on Sept. 29, 1992. His story is told in John Plaster's excellent book, SOG The Secret Wars of America's Commandos in Vietnam.

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THE CIA AND THE GREEN BERETS A STRANGE CASE OF …

In Vietnam, the Green Berets of the Special Forces were under the oper- ational control of the CIA and, in spite of Secretary Resor's protestation that the CIA would not make witnesses available in connection with the pending trials, that may not be the real problem. The Army is having to face up to the fact that, since it had relinquished oper ...

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Where Huey Pilots Trained and Heroes Were Made | History ...

September 2015. Gerald Hickey spent 17 years as a civilian in Vietnam, both before and during the U.S.-led war. While working as an ethnographer for the RAND Corporation, Hickey often rode in Army Huey helicopters, accompanying Green Berets on visits to remote villages. "I hated choppers," Hickey recalled in 2006, "the way they banked in ...

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Secrets, Denial, and, Decades Later, a Medal of Honor for ...

Secrets, Denial, and, Decades Later, a Medal of Honor for a Vietnam Green Beret Medic Unofficially, in the jungles of Laos in 1970, hundreds of North Vietnamese troops closed in on a small team of United States Army commandos.

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Robert L. Howard - Wikipedia

Robert Lewis Howard (July 11, 1939 – December 23, 2009) was the most highly decorated officer of Vietnam United States Army Special Forces and Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War.. He was wounded 14 times over 54 months of combat, was awarded the Medal of …

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Medal of Honor Monday: Army Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller ...

Army Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller, a Green Beret, saced his life to save the lives of nearly two-dozen coalition force members during a firefight in Afghanistan, earning him the Medal of Honor.

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Roy Benavidez - Wikipedia

Texas Legislative Medal of Honor. Master Sergeant Raul Perez "Roy" Benavidez (August 5, 1935 – November 29, 1998) was a United States Army master sergeant who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his valorous actions in combat near Lộc Ninh, South Vietnam on May 2, 1968, while serving as a member of the Army Special Forces during the Vietnam ...

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SOG'S FIERCEST WARRIOR: COLONEL ROBERT L. …

SOG'S FIERCEST WARRIOR: COLONEL ROBERT L. HOWARD. Bob Howard (the most decorated Green Beret) with his Medal of Honor. In 1968, Robert …

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Army Holder of the Top Three Awards for Valor in Combat ...

He was nominated for the Medal of Honor but would be awarded the Silver Star. Howard displayed more heroics a few weeks later. On Dec. 29, 1968, Green Beret Sgt. Robert F. Scherdin was part a 10-man team helicoptered into the area where Laos and Cambodia intersect with South Vietnam…

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Uncommon Valor: Secret Unit Wreaked Havoc Behind the Lines ...

The majority of SOG personnel were Green Berets. One, Robert Howard, was wounded 14 times, received eight Purple Hearts and was written up for the Medal of Honor after three missions. He received his Medal of Honor in 1971. SOG was not recognized by the U.S. government until 2001 when, finally, it was presented with a Presidential Unit Citation.

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COL Robert L. Howard, Hall of Heroes - Guardians of the ...

Robert L. Howard entered the Army at Montgomery, Alabama and retired as Colonel. As a staff sergeant of the highly-classified Military Assistance Command, Vietnam - Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG), Howard was recommended for the Medal of Honor on three separate occasions for three individual actions during thirteen months spanning 1967-1968. The first two nominations were …

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1st Amendment Praetorian, the Far-Right Paramilitary ...

Its co-founder, former Green Beret Robert Patrick Lewis, tweeted a photo of himself unfurling a Pine Tree flag—a Revolutionary War-era emblem appropriated by …

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