Adrian Cronauer saw his role on the radio in Vietnam as a way to keep members of the military entertained as they served their country.
DIssent at or inside the statue began with its unveiling in 1886.
After 10 days of bruising battle, U.S. forces took the hill, only to abandon it days later. Sniper fire was so intense, one soldier called it 'a human meat grinder.'
Substance abuse in the Vietnam War wasn’t just limited to the marijuana and heroin enlistees could buy on the black market. Military commanders also heavily prescribed pills to help improve soldiers' performance.
From poisoned arrows to deadly gases, chemicals have been used as weapons of war since Roman times.
How President Johnson’s exit from the 1968 presidential race rocked politics.
It took 20 months for the war crime to come to light.
As simmering political and cultural resentments exploded in 1968, nearly every week produced news of another earth-shattering event.
Turns out, America had made one miscalculation after another.