Former Vietnam Refugee Honored
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Former Vietnam Refugee Honored

Scientist Anh Duong, who fled Vietnam during the fall of Saigon, was presented the 2007 National Security Medal from the Partnership for Public Service for developing a high-tech bomb used by U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Video by Sarah Howe/Partnership for Public Service

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