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Return to Vietnam

A veteran, his daughter, their journey

Air (Greek) America – my father’s radio interview tonight


Our trip to Vietnam seems to have struck a chord with many different communities. Over the past few weeks, my father and I havefatherdaughter.jpg gotten lots of calls and e-mails from veterans, Rotarians, Rockland County residents, fathers and daughters, educators, journalists, students, war history buffs, Vietnamese immigrants and Greek Americans.

For the Greek American segment of our audience, my father has been invited to talk about our experience with Dean Sirigos on Cosmos FM tonight. Dean’s “Eye on the Community” radio show, a bimonthly program focusing on the Greek diaspora in the tri-state area, airs at 7:10 p.m. EST.

You can hear it by tuning to 91.5 FM, or listening live on the Internet at www.gaepis.org. The interview is in English.

This entry was posted on Friday, December 14th, 2007 at 4:30 am by Nicole Neroulias. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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About this blog
"Return to Vietnam" chronicles the journey of Col. Andonios Neroulias USA (Ret.) of Briarcliff Manor, NY, joined by his daughter, staff writer Nicole Neroulias, to the country he fought in 40 years ago. They are traveling with Vietnam veterans and Rotarians from Rockland County and other parts of the country. Check this blog for daily posts, photos, recordings and slideshows about their experiences.
About the authors
Nicole and Andonios Neroulias

Nicole Neroulias grew up in Briarcliff Manor, NY, and graduated from Cornell University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She has covered religion and city news in Cyprus, Connecticut and California, where she earned several fellowships and prizes, including a national Religion Newswriters Association award. She joined The Journal News in early 2007 and also teaches journalism at Columbia.

Col. Andonios Neroulias emigrated from Greece in 1956 and was commissioned an officer through the ROTC program of the City College of NY. From 1967-68, he served in Vietnam with the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry (Tropic Lightning) Division, whose main base was in Cu Chi, known for its intricate Viet Cong tunnels. Among his military awards are the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Meritorious Service Medal and the Combat Infantryman Badge. He is retired from the U.S. Army Reserve and lives in Briarcliff Manor, NY.
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