Vietnam Full Disclosure

MENU
Previous Frame Next Frame
  • BOOK REVIEW: SOUTH VIETNAMESE SOLDIERS: MEMORIES OF THE VIETNAM...
  • Jane Fonda on HBO film, and Ken Burns’ Vietnam...
  • Full Metal Racket: How An Honest Bid To Preserve...
  • Philip Jones Griffiths’ daughter on the Vietnam War photographer

Subscribe to Site via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Help Us Spread the Message

Burns/Novick

If you are interested in more reactions to Burns/Novick click HERE

Archives

Upcoming Events

  1. PRESIDIO 27: “Mutiny” at the stockade

    October 13 @ 7:00 pm - October 14 @ 1:00 pm

Philip Jones Griffiths’ Viet Nam

2016 National Book Award Finalist, Viet Thanh Nguyen:

“All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory . . . . Memory is haunted, not just by ghostly others but by the horrors we have done, seen, and condoned, or by the unspeakable things from which we have profited.”

Mission statement:

The Full Disclosure campaign is a Veterans For Peace effort to speak truth to power and keep alive the antiwar perspective on the American war in Viet Nam -- which is now approaching a series of 50th anniversary events. It represents a clear alternative to the Pentagon's current efforts to sanitize and mythologize the Vietnam war and to thereby legitimize further unnecessary and destructive wars.

Take The Pledge

Please join us and TAKE THE PLEDGE: "I’m with Full Disclosure. I oppose the Pentagon campaign to re-write the history of the Vietnam War."

828 signatures

Take The Pledge

[signature]

Share this with your friends:

This Month in History: 1968

September Vietnam GI reports that the stockade at Fort Leonard Wood is so overcrowded that there’s a waiting list! Same story as elsewhere — GIs are going AWOL in ever-increasing numbers. There are 135 men awaiting trial who live in regular barracks, pulling soft duty — and they’re even getting passes.

September 21 Fort Hood – five of the Ft Hood 43 found guilty of failure to report for reveille. Four [Pfc. Reginald Thompson, Pvt. Donald Bias, Spec/5 Rudolph Bell, Pfc. Charles Arline] were sentenced to six months confinement, forfeiture of $63 a month and reduction to the lowest rank. One [Pvt. Steve Suswell] was sentenced to three months confinement, forfeiture of $63 a month for six months and reduction to the lowest rank.

September 28 Two of the Fort hood 43 [Plc. Dwayne Wilcoxson, Sgt. Thomas Dominick] are found guilty of breaking restriction and sentenced to one month at hard labor, forfeiture of two thirds of their pay and reduction in rank; not guilty of failure to obey the order of a superior officer; one [Pvt. Carl Bynum] is found guilty of failure to obey an order and sentenced to six months at hard labor, forfeiture of two thirds of their pay for six months and reduction in rank; one [Specialist Alfred Delone] was found not guilty and one [Plc. Leroy Beauchamp] does not appear for his court martial and is listed as AWOL. See previous entry and entry for August 23-34.

September 30 The 900th U.S. aircraft is shot down over North Vietnam.

Like us on Facebook

Most Popular Articles

%d bloggers like this: