The Vietnamization from a Vietnamese Infantryman’s Perspective

Michael Do, DVP

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 Indochina War between Viet Minh and the French ended with the partition of Vietnam according to the Geneva Accords. Continue reading

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VAUSA Scholarship

The VAUSA Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund is established in remembrance of U.S. USAVALOGOrev-232x300uniformed 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 their service and selfless devotion to duty to preserve our way of life, liberty and our pursuit of happiness. The goal of this Fund is to support the scholarship recipients financially in their successful college studies while they actively promote the recognition and acknowledgement of these Fallen Heroes within their community. Continue reading

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Dr. James Reckner Passed Away.

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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 most closely associated with the Vietnam War and only one student correctly answered Gen. William Westmoreland, Reck
ner realized how little their generation knew about the conflict. 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, I praise you as the most courage person who dared to run for the highest office while having the knowledge in politics as little as an elementary school student!

Hundreds of thousands of legal migrants who apply for U.S. citizenship must answer dozens of questions about the government. They surely know that the government consists of 3 branches (which you called chambers). They are: Executive, Legislative, and Judiciary (which you named the Presidency, the House, and the Senate) 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

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STATEMENT

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

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Considering that:

  1. According to the recent news, the Vietnamese Communist Government has submitted to its Puppet Congress the Bill establishing Special Administrative and Economic Zones for Van Don, Van Phong, and Phu Quoc areas, which, in reality, are to be ceded to Communist China for 99 years. This is the second time the Bill has been submitted and may be voted on by the Congress on June 15; and

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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

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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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The Depths of Hell

DepthsofHell_1Introducing the newly published THE DEPTHS OF HELL by Michael P Do.

The author was detained in the Vietnamese Communist concentration camps for 10 years after the fall of the Republic of Vietnam in 1975. In 226 pages, you will discover how the prisoners survived the constant torture, humiliation, starvation in the horrible Communist prisons as well as the courageous and steadfast role models when facing the life-and-death situations threatened everyday by the enemies.

The book is available on amazon.com

https://www.amazon.com/Depths-Hell-Memoirs-Communist-Concentration/dp/1977670377/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1509030512&sr=1-1&keywords=the+depths+of+hell

 

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The Vietnamese American Community of the USA (VAC-USA) New Leadership (2017-2020)

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National Congress of the VAC-USA at San Antonio, Texas on October 14, 2017

Short Biography of the Members of the Boards of the Vietnamese American Community of the USA (VAC-USA). 

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Condemning the Barbarous Acts of Communist Vietnam against the People

2017-05-07_091955The Vietnamese American Community of the USA

Websites: http://tienggoicongdan.com, vacusa.wordpress.com

Condemning the Barbarous Acts of Communist Vietnam against the People

The Communist Vietnam government recently has carried out multiple barbarous acts upon the innocent people who participated in the peaceful protest against the pro-Chinese policy in regard to the marine life disaster and water pollution crisis affecting four provinces in central Vietnam caused by Formosa Corporation. Continue reading

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United Airline’s ill-treatment toward a passenger who is a Vietnamese American elder.

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To: Oscar Munoz, CEO, United Airline

233 South Wackerr Dr., Chicago, Il 60606

Customer Care,  United Airlines, Inc.

900 Grand Plaza Drive NHCCR,  Houston, TX 77067-4323

Subject: In regard of the United Airline’s ill-treatment toward a passenger who is a Vietnamese American elder.

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