US, Communists locked in a bloody stalemate, each looking for an edge
The year 1967 was a turning point in the war, a period of violent escalation when the U.S. military deployed larger troop formations, waged bigger battles and killed hundreds of enemy fighters. The Communists, meanwhile, learned from their losses, modifying their tactics to cope with vastly greater U.S. firepower and wear down American will.
You decided: Vietnam and Hollywood, what went right and what went wrong
We asked you which movies made about the Vietnam War got the most right and which got the most wrong. And boy, did you respond. Here is what you told us.