There have been many comparisons of the current conflict in Iraq with America’s Vietnam adventure which ended officially almost 32 years ago. But how do the experiences differ for the soldiers? Dr. Charles Moskos, professor emeritus of sociology at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, is one of the foremost military sociologists in the world. He’ll deliver the talk “American Soldiers in Vietnam and Iraq, What is Different? What is the Same?” at TWU tomorrow morning. We’ll get a preview this hour.