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Remembering the Vietnam War

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2015 marks the 50th anniversary of when regular United States combat units were deployed to Vietnam. To commemorate that, these Vietnam vets have fun with a particular song from the era.

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AirportReunion2I Don’t Know If There’s Anything More Adorable Than This Little Girl’s Smile. She Is Beyond Thrilled to Have Her Papa Home

This two-year-old girl just can't contain her excitement any longer... Waiting with her mother in the airport, she spots her father (a blackhawk pilot) and asks to be put down. From there, it's a full-out sprint into her father's arms!

ActorsOverseas1From Combat to Hollywood: 31 Actors That Served Overseas, Part II

Even if you haven't looked at Part I, here's what you'll find on this list: entertainers. Actors, specifically.From Mel Brooks to R. Lee Ermey, the actors you'll find on this list not only served in the military, they served overseas, in WWI, WWII, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War. The names throughout just may surprise you.

CelebritiesOverseas1From Combat to Hollywood: 31 Actors That Served Overseas, Part I

Entertainers. That's what you'll find on this two-part list. From Mel Brooks to R. Lee Ermey, the actors you'll find on this list not only served in the military, they served overseas, in WWI, WWII, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War. The names throughout just may surprise you...

ChildSoldierStory1This Former Child Soldier Has a Story Everyone Must Hear

In his book A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Child Soldier, Ishmael Beah describes his life during the conflict. Watch this video to hear Ishmael describe his experiences in his own words.

PledgeAllegiance2The Last Person Chris Expected to See Just Revealed Himself…

As described by his father, Chris Bratic is a goofball. He likes to have fun and joke around. Which makes his reaction to his father's homecoming surprise that much more meaningful.

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