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From Larry Bailey of Gathering of Eagles


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June 1, 2009

6:20 pm Eastern:
Scott Swett will appear on the nationally syndicated Lars Larsen Show to discuss his new American Thinker article, Media still lying about the Swift Boat Veterans.

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Documents

New evidence

Jack Chenoweth's Diary - Exposing Kerry's "No Man Left Behind" campaign story.

Links

Interviews

The War Hero That Wasn't - FrontPage Magazine interviews Scott Swett, August 18, 2004.

The Swift Truth - FrontPage Magazine interviews John O'Neill, August 26, 2004.

WinterSoldier.com

Letters to WinterSoldier.com

Featured Articles

"The New Soldier" - John Kerry and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Complete VVAW FBI files

SwiftVets.com

Swift boat veterans' quotes

John Kerry's phony war crimes charges

Swift Vet TV ads and videos

SwiftVets.com discussion forum

SwiftBoatArchives.com

Detailed documentation of Swift boat operations in Vietnam

Examining the Myths of the Vietnam War (Viet-Myths.net)

Video and transcripts of conference sessions

The Boston Manifesto: Dr. Robert Turner

A Year in Vietnam

Expanded Vietnam diary of Col. Ben H. Swett, USAF (ret.)

Recommended Reading

Lewis Sorley: A Better War

Guenter Lewy: America in Vietnam

Stephane Courtois et al: The Black Book of Communism

Roger Canfield: Comrades in Arms

S. Steven Powell: Covert Cadre

James Rothrock: Divided We Fall

B.G. Burkett: Stolen Valor

Mark Moyar: Triumph Forsaken

John O'Neill and Jerome Corsi: Unfit For Command

Advantage Swift Vets (Online epilogue to Unfit for Command)

Norman Podhoretz: Why We Were in Vietnam