An iconic image of U.S. troops and helicopters during controversial, divisive Vietnam War (Photo: The Atlantic)

Counter-Infowar Lessons for Today from America’s Vietnam War Era

by Joe Buff, MS, FSA

Until the seemingly endless “GWOT (Global War on Terror)” cum “overseas contingencies operations” cum “Forever Wars,” it was America’s longest war — Vietnam. It ended in 1975 with a whimper for our side, not a bang. Anyone under 44 now wasn’t even born back then. Many of us who were wish it all had never happened. Things went on that…