‘Hunting Charlie’ Seeks to Find the Elusive Enemy in the War in Vietnam

“Chicago Tonight” explores a homegrown exhibition that offers different perspectives on the war in Vietnam.

The exhibitions “Hunting Charlie” and “Faces of War” are at the Pritzker Military Museum and Library through Dec. 13. And the museum and library are open to the public.

Note: This story originally aired on “Chicago Tonight” on Sept. 14.


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