A Japanese soldier’s flag collected by a Marine on the battlefield is returned.
Fighter pilot Jerry Yellin recounts how an unlikely event helped him recover from the war.
After serving in Vietnam, many veterans had difficulty returning home.
9 young men from Morenci, Ariz. joined the Marines together. Why did only 3 survive?
As the war continued in Vietnam, Chicano protestors spoke out at home.
Julian Camacho resigned from his position on the draft board to protest the Vietnam War.
There’s a long tradition of Latino-Americans serving in the military going back to WWII.
The Selective Service Act raised 3 million troops for WWI with a more equitable system.
Draft cards went up in flames as protestors clashed in an act of civil disobedience.
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