I've been trying in vain to find ANY confirmation of GEN. John N. Abrams' TWO silver stars, presumably awarded in Vietnam. I can find absolutely nothing. To refresh your memories, Abrams was the son of then Gen. Creighton Abrams (of WW2 fame) who was commissioned as a second LT in 1966 and served in RVN in armor for I think two tours. At the time, his daddy was was head of MACV. Is this another of those utterly BS SS's that went to the well-connected or self serving without ever having actually seen anything in the way of combat? (See the awards for Alexander Hage if you want to know what I mean. (-Chairwarming Pansy who never fired a shot in anger). Did he actually ever even EARN the TWO SS's with which he is credited? What's up with this guy? Is he the real deal or is it another case of "Merit Badges" awarded to chair-sitting REMFS who never put themselves in danger? If he earned them, then why is he listed on NOTHING I can find on the internet? No citation, no nothing. Not even his name in any official record I've seen. Not trying to cast any aspersions here. If he earned them, then God Bless him. But for a later FULL GENERAL in the USA to not have his citation for valor ANYWHERE to be found is more than a little fishy. I haven't written DoD because frankly, at this point, I don't want to be arsed. but I know we have a load of vets besides me here, many of which were in RVN. Am I crazy? Or was this guy a real John Wayne type? (Two SSs and a bronze star would say yes. I just want to know why anything about it is missing from any record I can find.