Two years ago, I launched the site Veterans Remember to record the stories of those who have served, not merely for veterans themselves, but for their children and grandchildren. As with my own grandfather, I yearned to know all there was about his WW2 service at a much later age. It seemed a proper thing to interview more veterans in the years to come, to write articles about their experiences, and preserve their stories.
My latest article on Veterans Remember centers around Spencer “Spence” Davies and his time as a Marine helicopter pilot in Vietnam. Readers of this blog might recall a previous article here about his experiences flying in the war with a very powerful helicopter, the CH-53 Sea Stallion. His interview details the extreme dangers faced in resupplying outposts in the DMZ, surviving the Tet Offensive, and the siege of Khe Sanh. I invite you to learn more by visiting Veterans Remember today!