Fort Indiantown Gap was a refugee camp for Vietnamese in 1975. My friend Giang stayed there as an 11-year-old. The same age, I was at Fort Chaffee in Arkansas.
Yesterday, we visited Fort Indiantown Gap together, and the experience was pretty emotional for Giang. At a nearby convenience store, chatty Giang talked to a lady in her 60's who had worked at the refugee camp. Giang invited her to have breakfast with us at Funck's, a restaurant next door, but since she couldn't get off her shift, Giang bought her a gift card as a thank you "for helping the Vietnamese."
Here are some of my Vietnam-related material online, "The Fall of Saigon" in the New York Times, "Apocalypse Lies" in the Guardian, and "Perplexing City of Saigon", a short video on ESPN with excerpts from my Vietnam novel, Love Like Hate.