Wentzville Cuts Ribbon On Renovated Vietnam MemorialNation's first Vietnam War Memorial undergoes $85,000 renovation.
Huey Helicopter Exhibit Lands Downtown This WeekOrganizer Paula Barron with the group Light Horse Legacy, says the Huey is a potent symbol for Vietnam Vets to behold.
Vietnam War Veteran Earns Belated Purple HeartA Vietnam War veteran from St. Louis County has belatedly received a Purple Heart medal more than 44 years after he was wounded overseas.
Vietnam War Redcatchers Gather in St. LouisMore than 750 members of the brigade were killed in action from 1966-1970.
Vietnam Vet's Mother: "It's Like He Just Came Home"John Stillman of St. Clair, Mo. never said much to family about his military service, but now is collaborating with his daughter to share remembrances of life on the battlefield.
Veterans Disapprove Of Jefferson Barracks Water Park PlanWhat we want is green space between us and civilization when we bury our honored members," Vietnam War veteran Mike LeBlanc said.
Help for Homeless Vets in TroubleThe Missouri Veterans Commission reports it needs about 13 million dollars or it will run out of funding for its vet homes by July 2013.
Vietnam Wall Memorial Rolls Into Metro-EastDozens turned out for Friday's opening ceremony in Granite City.
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- What Did You Do in the War?Veterans say the person they were in the war was so long ago it feels like somebody else.
Soldier Laid to Rest---40 Years After His DeathRandy Dalton of Collinsville's remains were identified by DNA.
Update: Vietnam Vet's Remains Coming Home Patty Hopper, of the nonprofit group called Task Force Omega said there are about 1,700 Americans from the Vietnam War listed as prisoners of war or missing and unaccounted for.
Nam Vet Coming Home Glen Carbon vet's remains headed home after 40 years.