Col McKay, USMC (Ret) was reared in Latin America, enlisting in the U. S. Marine Corps in 1962. He was appointed from the ranks to the S. Naval Academy, and commissioned a second lieutenant of USMC infantry in 1968. He saw action in three wars. He was twice wounded. An Olmsted Scholar (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), he holds Masters’ Degrees from Georgetown University and the National War College, Washington, D.C. His last command, 1995-96, was Joint Task Force 160 (JTF-160), S. Naval Station, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. He retired from active service in 1999. He consults and writes.
Fox and Professor Miller talk about the Nam era, what is being taught about the war at the college level; and how young minds react, or interact, or don't.
Vets support Vets long after they have served. The Reunion Friendly Network serves as an information source helping Vets find one another and also teaches reunion planners the ins and outs of working with the hospitality industry. Fox talks to Reunion Friendly President Sharon Danitschek. Find Reunion Friendly here
Brian Esher did his tour of duty in Nam in 1968, III Corps, APC-25th Div This Highly Decorated vet with 3 Purple Hearts is also the author of "Rolling Coffins". Don't miss this frank conversation about Nam (foreign and domestic!) Click for "Rolling Coffins"
Vet to Vet..the conversation between Fox, a Marine and Navy man Bob Weinschenk about Viet nam as they knew it.