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  • Vietnamese Pride – Nguyet Anh Duong (Vietnamese American )

Receive 2007 National Security Medal Award (USA), Outstanding Citizen of Choice, Honor Certificate by Homeland Security Department at the White House.

Nguyet Anh Duong is a Vietnamese American scientist. In September 2001, she was in charge of a special endeavor and assisted in creating an urgently needed new weapon called the Thermobaric weapon in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to effectively defeat tunnels and caves being used as terrorists hideouts, in order to spare United States Armed Forces from the bloody prospect of tunnel-to-tunnel combat against the Taliban in Afghanistan.

From 1999-2002, she managed all NSWC Indian Head’s technical programs in Explosives and Undersea Weapons, from concept through engineering development to production and demilitarization.

She served as a U.S. Delegate at the NATO AC310 Subgroup I for Explosives, and chairman/member of many national and international Panels/Technical Steering Groups.

Since 2002 Nguyet Anh has been Director of Science and Technology of Naval Surface Warfare Center, U.S. Department of Defense.
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1. Lễ Nhận Giải Thưởng 2007 National Security Medal Award (USA)

2. BBC Vietnamese Tien si Duong Nguyet Anh noi ve Vietnam P2

Vietnam ko the tien bo boi vi thể chế chinh tri

3. BBC Vietnamese Mrs Duong Nguyet Anh noi ve Vietnam P3

  • Thiếu Tá Phi Công, Elizabeth Phạm và Thiếu Tá Chris Phan,  Phỏng Vấn Đặc Biệt của Truyền Hình Việt Nam Hoa Thịnh Đốn CT1015

Chương trình THVN HTĐ CT1015 ngoài phần Tin tức Phóng Sự là cuộc phóng vấn Thiếu Tá Thủy Quân Lục Chiến Elizabeth Phạm.

  • Josephine Cẩm Vân: Thiếu tá Bác Sĩ, Hải Quân phi hành Hoa Kỳ

Một cô gái trẻ Việt Nam vừa là bác sĩ vừa là thiếu tá hải quân Hoa Kỳ. Đó là câu chuyện thành công của bác sĩ-thiếu tá quân y phi hành Josephine Nguyễn Cẩm Vân mà Tạp chí Thanh Niên có dịp giới thiệu với quý vị trong chương trình hôm nay.

  • Đại tá Lương Xuân Việt được vinh thăng cấp tướng

1. Chuẩn Tướng Lương Xuân Việt / Phỏng Vấn by Nancy Bùi

2. Chuẩn Tướng Lương Xuân Việt thông điệp “Trả Lại Sự Thật cho Chiến Tranh Việt Nam / Vietnamese

3. Chuẩn Tướng Lương Xuân Việt trình bày Nam Lộc

 II. Commander Hung Cao – Change of Command

  • Trung tá HQ Cao Hùng -CHT. TT Huấn Luyện Người Nhái HQ Hoa Kỳ
  • Col. Le Ba Hung

LÊ BÁ HÙNG returns as US Navy Commander – left Vietnam as a Refugee “Person of the Week”

(abcnews, Nov. 13-2009) Hung Ba Le’s first ocean voyage was aboard an overcrowded fishing trawler when he was 5 and his family and hundreds of other terrified refugees fled Vietnam as Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese Communist army. Today he is Commander Le and at the helm of the warship USS Lassen as it makes a good will visit to the country he once fled.

“To think that 34 years ago I left here as a little boy and to come back here now, it’s incredible,” said Le, the first ever Vietnamese-American Navy captain. At the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, Saigon was falling. Thousands fled the country in boats.

Five-year-old Le, his family and 400 other refugees crammed aboard a fishing trawler. Le’s father, Thong Ba Le, was a commander in the South Vietnamese Navy and helped navigate the boat.

“It was crowded, we were running out of water, definitely low on diesel fuel,” said Le. “We were rescued I think just in time.”

After two days at sea, they were rescued by a U.S. Navy ship, the USS Barbour County, that took them to America where the family settled in Virginia. Le’s father, who is now 68, got a job bagging groceries, working his way up to manager to support eight children.

“I start looking for a job the second day I come here,” the elder Le said. “I don’t want to be a burden to this society.”

“I’m very thankful for all the sacrifices he’s made for me and my brothers and sisters and for my mom,” Le said of his father.

A strong student and athlete, Le won appointment to the United States Naval Academy. Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1992 with merit, he rose through the ranks of the Navy. Last April he took command of the USS Lassen and its crew of 300. He was at the helm this summer when the Lassan shadowed a North Korea vessel thought to be carrying illegal weapons — the Lassen forced it back to port.

This week, Le and his ship made the latest in a series of good will visits to Vietnam. “I’ve always dreamed of coming back to Vietnam eventually,” he said. Setting foot on Vietnamese soil, he was greeted as something of a celebrity. Crowds cheered and asked to take his picture.

For many, his homecoming was a powerful symbol of strengthening ties between the U.S. and Vietnam.

“I’ve always felt very fortunate to be an American, to grow up in America with all the opportunities that one can have. And I certainly want to give back to my country and to serve,” he said. But reconnecting with family there was more personal.
“I just looked to my dad and his example as a navy commander for his country, and I wanted to follow in his footsteps,” Le said. “He’s my hero.”

BBC Vietnamese Mrs Duong Nguyet Anh noi ve Vietnam P3

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