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The name you seek may not be under the city you expect. This index is based on each casualty’s Official Home of Record.The official home of record may or may not be that person’s birthplace or home town.

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In honor of the panel discussion on war correspondents and PTSD taking place at the National Press Club in Washington, DC today, some brief remarks by noted war correspondent David Halberstam, in the introduction to the coffee table book, Requiem, about the war photographers who died in Vietnam and Indochina:

The Vietnam War was the United States’ longest armed conflict, with U.S. involvement lasting from 1957 until 1975. Approximately 2.7 million American men and women served in Vietnam.

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A Vietnam veteran on death row has lost his appeal for clemency after he claimed he was suffering from PTSD when he shot dead a sheriff’s deputy. Andrew Howard Brannan, 66, is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection at 7pm on Tuesday at the state prison in Jackson, Georgia. Brannan

“I like people that weren’t captured,” GOP presidential candidate said of senator, who is a decorated Vietnam War veteran.

The GI Bill provides education benefits to veterans and their dependents.

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More than 650,000 Servicemembers served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm from August 2, 1990 to July 31, 1991. For VA benefits eligibility purposes, the Gulf War period is still in effect, meaning that anyone who served on active duty from August 2, 1990 to present is considered a Gulf War Veteran.

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Dawn patrols and downtime in America’s ugliest war: One veteran’s forgotten photos of Vietnam unveiled after 47 years, showing troops unaware of protests at home – and the many who never made it back