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Vietnam reenacting
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1946 - Present Day

(Indochina War, Korea, Vietnam,
Afghan Conflict, Desert Storm and beyond)

A time of war, a time of peace. From the Korean "conflict?" to Indochina, to the Vietnam War, this was a time of turmoil and pain. Vietnam reenacting is especially becoming popular today and units are springing up all over. If you're interested in the Vietnam war, this time area is especially great.

Korean War reenactors

This section of reenactor.Net is intended to help support Korean - Vietnam wars living history groups worldwide, regardless of nationality, era, or location of the unit. Pages of this section cover the following periods:

Also, our plan is to try and add pages to cover the rest of the latter half of the 20th Century... if you have a link for this, please let me know!

The Reenactor Consumer Guide, as it says on its home page:
It's a place for customers to rate their experiences with vendors servicing the reenacting community. Good or bad, let's hear it. Vendor Feedback Reviews are posted only after reviewed by the webmaster. Positive reviews are posted as they are submitted, negative reviews are posted 2 weeks after submission. During this time, the vendor is sent the review in order to provide them ample time to provide us with a rebuttal. After 2 weeks if no rebuttal is received the review is posted. Vendors who do not recall the buyer are encouraged to make contact and work out the problem.

Spread the word! The RCG has not only helped other reenacting time periods by spreading the word about bad vendors and experiences, but it has also really helped new vendors get discovered and their businesses grow. What it really means is that if a vendor screws someone, then it will be out there for everyone to see. And yes, vendors CAN rebut feedback. Be polite, no flames and be professional!!

If you have a website dealing with this time area and would like us to link to it, please click here.

Moore's Militaria -- 03/05

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reenactor.Net's Online Living History Forums

I've wanted to do Forums for awhile now, but it was either too much coding, or I would have to use someone else's system (i.e. ezboard or something -- meaning we had no control over how it was run) or just whatever . I am happy to say I've found something that set up well and is expandable. There is very little there yet, but there will be soon. And, if you're signed up for one time period, you're a member in them all. This works well if you do more than one time period.

So anyway, go here: and sign up. And yeah, ya need to post for there to be stuff there.
Hope you like it... Marsh

P.S. look for more changes at r.Net coming up to make it easier and better for you, the reenactor.

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