Personal Accounts

James Rogers ran convoys and truck battalions for the U.S. Army in Vietnam, taking supplies to fire bases, and was often ambushed along the trails. Hear more stories in WEDU’s local documentary, The Vietnam War: Voices from the Bay, airing

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Gary Martin provided gun support and flew an attack helicopter for the U.S. Army while in Vietnam. Hear more stories in WEDU’s local documentary, The Vietnam War: Voices from the Bay, airing September 14, 2017 at 9 p.m. on WEDU

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Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 2)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 5)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 4)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 3)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 1)

On June 26, 1969, after only 32 days in Vietnam, U.S. Army PFC Dennis Joyner lost his left arm and both of his legs in an explosion.

First Sergeant Daila Espeut-Jones U.S. Army Retired, talks about why the military is important to her life.

World War II veteran J.P. Ledet talks about his experience when the Atomic bomb was dropped.