Vietnam Magazine

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Editor David T. Zabecki
Frequency Bimonthly
Founder Harry G. Summers, Jr.
First issue  1988 (1988-month)
Company Weider History Group
Country United States
Based in Leesburg, Virginia
Language English
ISSN 1046-2902

Vietnam Magazine is a full-color history magazine published bi-monthly which covers the Vietnam War. It was founded in 1988 by the late Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr. Colonel Summers served in the U.S. Army in both Korea and Vietnam, where he was twice wounded and decorated for valor. The current editor is David T. Zabecki, a major general in the U.S. Army Reserve and currently the Deputy Chief of Staff for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs for U.S. Army Europe.

Contributors to Vietnam include journalists, military historians, political analysts and the commanders and men who served. Many article's are first-person accounts of combat operations, including personal interviews with enlisted men and officers, and specs on units and weaponry.

Some notable contributors to Vietnam include:

Vietnam is published in Leesburg, Virginia, by the Weider History Group, along with the publications America's Civil War and Civil War Times.

Vietnam has a number of recurring departments, including:

Personality - Study of an individual person in the Vietnam War

Arsenal - Profiles on the armament, artillery, armor and supplies used in the war

Fighting Forces - Study of an individual unit in the war

Perspectives - First-hand accounts of experiences in the Vietnam War

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