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Boxer 22 anniversary honors sacrifice, courage, determination
November 22, 2019
— Dec. 5 marks the 50th anniversary of a flying mission that went very wrong during the Vietnam War. On that morning in 1969, two F-4 Phantoms from the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, assigned to the 558th Tactical Fighter Squadron, launched from Nakhon Phanom Air Base for a bombing mission over Laos. Only one aircraft made it back...
The story of Mom & Pop: Air Force pioneers
June 19, 2019
— Three wars. World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. For some, these conflicts that shook the world may be hard to imagine, but for 92-year-old Gwyneth Johnson, all three were nothing less than reality. ...
Veterans, families turn out for San Antonio stop of ‘The Wall That Heals’
March 1, 2019
— On a cool, rainy morning at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Feb. 28, dozens of Vietnam War-era veterans, their families and many others turned out to pay tribute to those who never came home. The Daughters of the American Revolution’s Alamo Chapter hosted “The Wall That Heals,” a traveling representation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, at the cemetery Feb. 28 through March 3. ...
New AMEDD Museum exhibit honors only U.S. nurse killed by enemy fire in Vietnam
January 25, 2019
— The life of 1st Lt. Sharon Lane, the only U.S. nurse killed by enemy fire in Vietnam, and her legacy of service is the subject of a new exhibit at the U.S. Army Medical Department Museum at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston...
Green Beret missing for 47 years laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
May 14, 2018
— The family of Army Maj. Donald G. Carr got some long-awaited closure as the remains of the Green Beret were laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery May 11...
Veterans gather to commemorate 50th anniversary of Vietnam War
March 28, 2018
— Their hair is grayer and their gait is not as spry as it used to be, but there was no slowing down the pride Vietnam War veterans showed during the 50th Anniversary of the Commemoration of the Vietnam War at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery March 27...