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Soldier killed in Vietnam War copter crash buried

A Vietnam War soldier missing since his helicopter was shot down in 1970, was identified and laid to rest Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery.Full story

Vietnam War MIAs buried at Arlington

  Four U.S. Navy sailors reported missing during the Vietnam War have been buried together in Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors

From the Archives: President Nixon announces the end of the Vietnam war

  On Januarly 23, 1973 in a speech from the Oval office that was broadcast on national radio and television President Richard Nixon announced an accord had been reached to end the Vietnam War.  NBC's Edwin Newman reports. 

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  Vietnam vet gives Obama war patch for good luck

Back in 2008, Vietnam War veteran Earl Smith ran into the president in an elevator and gave him his most meaningful possession: a war patch he’d kept for 40 years. This week the president’s office invited Smith to D.C. where he’ll spend time at the White House, and he also made an emotional first tr

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