Jeff Jardine

July 30, 2011 8:44 PM

Despite fighting in wars apart, two vets find they're brothers in arms

Two weeks ago, when The Bee invited Vietnam War veterans to share their experiences in Southeast Asia, we knew we’d get some compelling responses and moving stories. We have. None, though, may be more moving and compelling than this one: Two men, two wars. Similar stories and parallel lives.

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