Friday, September 3, 2010


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If you have a little bit of time I think you should take a moment to listen (or read) about the US Navy's most important humanitarian rescue mission in history.  This rescue mission took place 35 years ago in Vietnam and save the lives of 20,000-30,000 Vietnamese refugees.

The story is told in three parts so you can either listen to them back to back or over a few days if you'd rather.

You can listen to parts 2 and 3 but have to read part 1.

  1. After 35 Years, Unlikely Navy Caregivers Receive Recognition

  2. 35 Years On, Vietnam Heroes Reunited, Decorated (This is the best part)

  3. At War's End, U.S. Ship Rescued South Vietnam's Navy


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