Impact of Vietnam War lingers on US veterans

Insight

Nine million Americans fought in Vietnam, and 75 percent of them are still alive today. Many remember quite clearly what they witnessed.CCTV’s May Lee had a chance to meet members of a unit called “Charlie Company”, who were sent together to fight in some of the most brutal battles in Vietnam.

Impact of Vietnam War lingers on US veterans

Impact of Vietnam War lingers on US veterans

Nine million Americans fought in Vietnam, and 75 percent of them are still alive today. Many remember quite clearly what they witnessed.CCTV's May Lee had a chance to meet members of a unit called "Charlie Company", who were sent together to fight in some of the most brutal battles in Vietnam.


Revisiting the United States’ “Operation Babylift”

In the three decades after the Vietnam War ended, some two million people fled Vietnam. In 1975, the United States airlifted more than 2,000 Vietnamese children brought them to the U.S., and Western families adopted them.

CCTV’s Mark Niu has insight into “Operation Babylift.”

Revisiting the United States\'

Revisiting the United States\'

In the three decades after the Vietnam War ended, some two million people fled Vietnam. In 1975, the United States airlifted more than 2,000 Vietnamese children brought them to the U.S., and Western families adopted them. CCTV's Mark Niu has insight into "Operation Babylift."


Jim Laurie on 40th anniversary of the Vietnam War’s end

For more on this, CCTV America interviewed Jim Laurie, the only American network TV correspondent to witness the communist takeover of Saigon.

Jim Laurie on 40th anniversary of the Vietnam War\'s end

Jim Laurie on 40th anniversary of the Vietnam War\'s end

For more on this, CCTV America interviewed Jim Laurie, the only American network TV correspondent to witness the communist takeover of Saigon.