Soldiering On
Adam Ferguson's excellent photography brought it all back home [Oct. 12]. Medevacs removing the wounded, sentries monitoring the perimeter, soldiers shaving with whatever was available — Vietnam all over again. Until the U.S. leadership looks at our history, we will never learn from our mistakes. I was in the eighth grade when the first Tennessee soldier was killed in Vietnam in 1962, and 10 years later I was fortunate to return from service with the 1st Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam. Let's hope the decision makers review Ferguson's work while examining the war in...

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