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The Effectiveness of Vietnamization

By Dr. Trong Q. Phan Paper presented at “1969: Vietnamization and the Year of Transition in the Vietnam War” Conference.  Vietnam Center Texas Tech University April 25-27, 2019 Abstract Vietnamization and diplomacy combined with military operation were the two pivotal strategies … Continue reading

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The Vietnamization from a Vietnamese Infantryman’s Perspective

Michael Do,  Ex-Captain, 5th Infantry Division, ARVN Paper presented at the Conference on Vietnam, marking 50th anniversary of the Vietnamization (1969-2019) at the Vietnam Center and Archive, Lubbock, April, 27, 2019 Chronicle of Vietnam War  1945 – 1954: The 1st … Continue reading

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VAUSA Scholarship

The VAUSA Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund is established in remembrance of U.S. uniformed services members of Vietnamese descent who have given the ultimate sacrifice in defense of Freedom and Democracy for our great Nation. The Fund is intended to honor … Continue reading

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Dr. James Reckner Passed Away.

Rest in Peace, Dr. James Reckner. https://today.ttu.edu/…/2018/11/Stories/james-reckner-dies James Reckner retired from the university in early 2009. In 1988, James Reckner arrived at Texas Tech to teach history. But in his first year, when he asked his class which U.S. general was … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

To the Hon. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Member of the House of Representatives. Dear Miss Ocasio-Cortez Firstly, I congratulate you for the victory, elected as the youngest member of the House (one of the 3 chambers of the government as you said) Secondly, … Continue reading

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PROTESTING AND CONDEMNING THE VIETNAMESE COMMUNISTS’ GIVING AWAY THE NATIONAL LAND TO CHINA

The Vietnamese American Community of the USA _______________________________________________________________ STATEMENT PROTESTING AND CONDEMNING THE VIETNAMESE COMMUNISTS’ GIVING AWAY THE NATIONAL LAND TO CHINA Considering that: According to the recent news, the Vietnamese Communist Government has submitted to its Puppet Congress the … Continue reading

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Request to Remove Ho Chi Minh’s Statue at the Museum of Mimasaka City

The Vietnamese American Community of the USA ________________________________________________________________________________ December 1st, 2017 To: The City of Mimasaka, Japan Subject: Request to Remove Ho Chi Minh’s Statue at the Museum of Mimasaka City  

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