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Reenacting the Vietnam War (Part 1/2)

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We abled to North Carolina where a group of battle vets as well as history buffs realistically reenact the Vietnam War.

Over the last HALF A CENTURY war reenactment has actually gone from something guys at the Elks Club did on the weekend to obtain far from their partners to a full-blown fixation among history buffs with enough downtime to make the experience as true to life as possible.

In addition to the increased intensity has come an increased need for selection.

The Vietnam Battle has commonly been restricted area, however reenactment groups around the country have actually started accumulating their rice hats as well as period-appropriate M16s for pretend skirmishes with fake Viet Cong.

Thomas embeds with the Virginia-Carolina Armed force Record Association as they start their very first trip via Vietnam … in North Carolina.

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