VOV.VN - People from across Vietnam are flooding to former battlefields in the central province of Quang Tri to pay tribute to thousands of Vietnamese soldiers who fell there during the American war.
The Signal Officers Training College on July 22 opened an English course for military staff and officers, which is sponsored by the Australian Government.
VOV.VN - The Russian Ministry of Defence has honoured seven Vietnamese soldiers who joined the Red Army of the former Soviet Union against fascism, in celebration of the 75th victory of the Great Patriotic War.
VOV.VN - The Central Highlands province of Kon Tum will hold a ceremony to rebury 21 sets of remains of voluntary Vietnamese soldiers and experts who laid down their lives during international missions in Laos and Cambodia.
A group of Australian veterans on September 10 handed over a database to Vietnam to help locate the remains of about 200,000 Vietnamese soldiers of both front lines who are still missing.
A reburial of remains of 17 volunteer Vietnamese soldiers who laid their lives down in Cambodia was held at the Martyrs’ Cemetery in Duc Co district, the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai on May 31.
A stele commemorating Vietnamese soldiers who laid down their lives during the southwest border defence war (1977-1979) was inaugurated in Ia Dom commune, of Duc Co district in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai, on February 20.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has expressed his confidence that General Commander of the Cambodian Royal Armed Forces Vong Pisen will make greater efforts to foster the traditional friendship between the two armies as well as bilateral ties between Vietnam and Cambodia.
A send-off ceremony was held on October 27 for team K52 of the Military Command of the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai, who is responsible for the search and repatriation of remains of Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and experts who laid down their lives in Cambodia during wartime.
Candles were lit at the Vietnam-Laos martyr cemetery in the central province of Nghe An on July 15 to remember more than 11,000 Vietnamese volunteer soldiers who laid down their lives in Laos during wartime.
Field surveys and excavations are underway at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City to search for a mass grave said to contain the remains of hundreds of Vietnamese soldiers killed in wartime.
VOV.VN - The remains of 21 Vietnamese soldiers killed in Laos during the revolutionary war were received Wednesday (May 17) at the National Cemetery in the province of Quang Tri with the usual full military honours.
VOV.VN - The remains of 16 Vietnamese soldiers killed in the Vietnam-US War were received on January 11 in Dien Bien Province with the usual military honours, according to provincial authorities.
An exhibition of 80 photos featuring Vietnamese soldiers and people who took part in the resistance war has opened in downtown Ho Chi MInh City on the occasion of the 70th National Resistance Day.
Not only unique in terms of architecture, the temple of dead soldiers in Indochina is also a historical witness to Vietnam-France relations.
Some 30 art performances will be held across Hanoi to herald 61 years of the capital’s Liberation Day (October 10, 1954).
The working age cap for Vietnamese soldiers is expected to be raised by a maximum of six years, according to the draft Law on Professional Soldiers and Military Personnel.
Haunted by burying 42 Vietnamese soldiers who sacrificed in a battle, Brian John Cleaver has returned to Vietnam to find the mass grave.
Chu Chi Thanh still has one of his most treasured photos, in which two Vietnamese soldiers from enemy armies shared a pose, solemnly hung in his room as his search to identify those in the rare picture remains unfinished.
(VOV) -Renowned American magazine The Atlantic has revealed a touching photo collection on the Vietnam War of US photographer Eddie Adams.