This Veterans Day weekend, we take a look at stories from the Vietnam War. As our editors write: “Many of these veterans were not welcomed home warmly in the 1960s and 1970s. Fifty years later, there should be no question how deserving of our appreciation these men and women have been and continue to be.”

Here are their stories: http://vietnamwar.usatoday.com

(All photos by Jack Gruber, USA TODAY)

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