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Thank you to Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America for talking about our In Memory program and remembering veterans who returned home changed forever.

Hometown Heroes Podcast: Associates of Vietnam Veterans say 'Thank you' to vets

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Today we honor Johnny Johnson of Livingston, Texas, who fell in 1969. Today would have been his birthday. He is remembered by Stan:

"I was there when "Doc" Johnson died. It was a cool morning. There was a different feeling in the air, a strange feeling. Our orders were to escort "B" Company's APC's back to their unit, who had been in heavy combat. Our unit was the 2nd Battalion, "Scouts"......
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Tomorrow, Saturday Dec. 10, Vietnam Veterans Memorial volunteers will host a Christmas Tree Ceremony at The Wall at 1 p.m.→bit.ly/2hcPru9

The Christmas tree will remain on display at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial throughout the holiday season.

Stop by to see this beautiful tribute to our veterans
Many say the Three Servicemen Statue look as if they are searching for their own names on The Wall or the names of their comrades.
Vietnam veterans who died as a result of Agent Orange related illnesses or suicide can be honored through the In Memory program.

Help let the families of these veterans know by sharing these resources.

Spread the Word About 'In Memory' to Help Honor Vietnam Veterans Who Died After the War

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But throughout the good and bad days, there is another hero that goes silently unnoticed.

A Letter To My Mom, The Wife Of A Vietnam Veteran

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We are proud to continue our partnership with Truckload Carriers Association and bring The Wall That Heals to communities across America!

Because of their support, we can spread the memorial’s healing legacy. We expect even more stops and more visitors in 2017.

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The powerful painting was left at The Wall between 1984 and 1985 and dedicated to a fallen comrade.

Painting of Serviceman Screaming in the Jungles of Vietnam Tells of Pain, Anguish

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Today we visit our neighbors on the National Mall, the WWII Memorial and commemorate #PearlHarbor75.

We have dozens of WWII veterans here and a few Pearl Harbor survivors, along with keynote speaker Sen. John McCain and Vice President-Elect Mike Pence who join in recognizing them.
Never forget those who lost their lives on that fateful day and honor all who served our country. #PearlHarbor75
Kansas becomes the 18th state to find every photo for their fallen, part of the Wall of Faces effort. The final photo was of U.S. Army Pfc. Robert Girdner.

Kansas Finds Every Photo for Their Vietnam Fallen

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The 10-part series, directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, will air next September on PBS.

New Ken Burns documentary tackles divisive Vietnam War era

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The Vietnam Women's Memorial, breathtakingly beautiful, honors the 265,000 women who served during Vietnam and nearly 10,000 military women who served in-country

Many cared for the suffering and dying

Barred from combat, they also served in health care, communications, intelligence, and administrative positions.
A slightly larger-than-life depiction of three infantrymen cast in bronze.
We are 90 days away from the 2017 In Memory deadline.

If you lost a veteran as a result of illnesses related to their exposure to Agent Orange or suicide as a result of PTSD, please apply to honor them through our program→bit.ly/2gRhXPm

We want to honor your heroes!
Today we remember CMSGT James E. Henderson of Tampa, Florida, who proudly served his country from 1950-1971 in the USAF, including volunteering for a tour of duty in Vietnam. He died on this day in 2002 after a battle with Agent Orange-related prostate cancer. He was inducted into VVMF’s In Memory program in 2004. His daughter Heidi said,

“Not a day goes by that I don’t think about my Dad...
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One of the lessons of Vietnam is the need to separate war and warrior—those who serve, whether called or enlisted, should be recognized for their service.
Vietnam veteran and Wall volunteer Dan Moore has published a book!

His friend, Lt. Stephen Joyner, USMC, who was killed at Khe Sanh in 1968, is now remembered on Panel 57W, Line 27 on The Wall.

Promise Lost: Stephen Joyner, The Marine Corps, and the Vietnam War

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