Joe Vivion learned about the value of water in Vietnam in the mid-1960s, where the only good water he had at times was what he packed in canteens. He is pictured in the backyard of his Modesto home on Friday morning.
Joe Vivion learned about the value of water in Vietnam in the mid-1960s, where the only good water he had at times was what he packed in canteens. He is pictured in the backyard of his Modesto home on Friday morning. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com
Joe Vivion learned about the value of water in Vietnam in the mid-1960s, where the only good water he had at times was what he packed in canteens. He is pictured in the backyard of his Modesto home on Friday morning. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com

Veteran gained greater appreciation for fresh water while in Vietnam

June 20, 2015 06:10 PM

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