US Navy: “I think he was a hero” for wearing a uniform to Vietnam

An American veteran who served in Vietnam is celebrating his patriotism by dressing in uniform to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the US-Vietnam agreement.

“I’m wearing my uniform,” Capt. Jeff Tuckett told CNN.

“Now we’re going to show them that we’re safe, too.” “

Capt. Tucketts was in the Army from 1965 to 1970, serving in Vietnam as a gunner on a B-52 bomber and later as a commander in Vietnam’s South Vietnam. “

Now we’re going to show them that we’re safe, too.”

Capt. Tucketts was in the Army from 1965 to 1970, serving in Vietnam as a gunner on a B-52 bomber and later as a commander in Vietnam’s South Vietnam.

He has returned to the United States several times since leaving Vietnam, he said.

He was born in Texas, where his parents were born, and he said he has not been able to return to his hometown of Dallas for nearly 30 years.

“The whole world wants me to come back,” he added. “

Capt. Richard M. O’Brien, a Marine Corps veteran who is also a CNN contributor, said he wore a US flag pin to his wedding in 2018. “

The whole world wants me to come back,” he added.

Capt. Richard M. O’Brien, a Marine Corps veteran who is also a CNN contributor, said he wore a US flag pin to his wedding in 2018.

He also wore a white hat and a military uniform in a ceremony last week.

“We’ve been through so much, but we’ve come through so many times that we will never forget,” he explained.

CNN’s Daniel E. Fahrenthold contributed to this report.”

You’re just a part of us,” he concluded.

CNN’s Daniel E. Fahrenthold contributed to this report.