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The Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office leads the U.S. government’s effort to achieve the fullest possible accounting of MIAs from the Vietnam War, the Cold War, the Korean War, and World War II.
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Veterans who were disabled in the line of duty may be eligible for VA disability benefits as well as Social Security disability benefits. The two programs are separate and have their own rules. Each requires its own application. Social Security disability is also available for civilians who are disabled and cannot work. The amount of VA disability compensation a veteran receives depends on how severe their disability it.
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Disabled American Veterans
DAV empowers veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. It is dedicated to a single purpose: fulfilling our promises to the men and women who served.
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The DUSTOFF Association is a nonprofit incorporated veterans’ organization for Army Medical Department enlisted and officer personnel, aviation crewmembers, and others who are (or ever were) engaged in (or actively supported in any capacity) Army aeromedical evacuation programs in war or peace.
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This site is dedicated to preserving the mission and memories of the Airborne Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) Program conducted in SEA from 1966 to 1974. This was a critical mission devoted to collecting intelligence information in support of MACV commanders throughout Southeast Asia. The primary focus of this website is the EC-47 aircraft and ARDF mission.
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Aerial Port Mobility Operations "the 8th MOB"
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This site is the home of all those who flew the Forward Air Controller mission, those who know them, and those who are interested in the mission. Known simply as “The FAC”, we flew day and night in low slow aircraft performing aerial reconnaissance for both US and Allied Forces, directed air strikes in support of embattled ground units, interdicted enemy infiltration routes, and coordinated rescue operations. We represent several countries, different branches of the service, have experience in m​
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As an approved 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, Friends of Vinh Son Montagnard Orphanage, Viet Nam, provides a coordinated effort to raise resources (cash and in-kind gifts) that provide a happier and more fulfilling quality of life for the children at Orphanage. The orphanage is administered by The Sisters of the Miraculous Medal who, with our help, provide: 1. Primary and secondary education as directed by the Vietnamese government 2. Life skills to ensure the children become self sufficient 3. A safe environment 4. Food, clothing, shelter and medical care 5.We use this web site as our primary tool for communication, “friend raising”, and fund raising. Our board and staff are all volunteers, and no one in this organization receives compensation for their services. Each member pays their own expenses for trips to Viet Nam.
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The original objectives of Gamewardens of Vietnam Association were to: 1. Perpetuate the name of the Naval Task Force 116 known as Operation Gamewarden. 2. Continue those friendships commenced in Vietnam by those personnel who served in Task Force 116 (Operation Gamewarden). 3. Foster the security of our Nation by supporting all measures calculated to strengthen the Armed Forces of the United States and to support the Constitution of the United States of America. 4. Revere the mem
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Help on the Homefront (HOTH) The Patriot Guard Riders of Colorado came together initially to shield from protest, and support the families of our fallen heroes at funeral services for their loved ones. While that remains our primary mission to this day, PGR activity in Colorado has expanded dramatically to include memorial missions at Fort Carson, Ft. Logan and the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Grand Junction; regular visits to the VA facilities across Colorado, recovery activities for o
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Fayetteville, NC created HEROES HOMECOMING as our way of showing all Vietnam Veterans that we remember and appreciate their courage, sacrifice and everything they’ve done to defend our freedom – now and forever. American soldiers returning from Vietnam never received the homecoming they deserved, and Fayetteville wants to rectify that. We have a unique bond with all Vietnam Veterans, as our town was the point of departure and return for hundreds of thousands of soldiers. As America’s First Military Sanctuary Community, Fayetteville will give our brave Vietnam Veterans the welcome they so richly deserve when we host Heroes Homecoming, the biggest commemoration/reunion of its kind, during the 10 days leading up to Veterans Day 2011.
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This is about and dedicated to the men of HQ Company 4th Marine Regiment 3rd Marine Division Communications. This being Radio, Radio Relay, Wire, Teletype and anything relating to conveying of information via a wire or radio signals. The location being The Republic of Vietnam mainly focusing on the years of 1967 and 1968, but also 1966 and 1969.
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The Military Affairs Association was organized to increase public awareness and understanding of the need for national defense preparedness through recognition of the accomplishments and contributions of local veterans, active Iowa Army and Air Force National Guard personnel, active US Reserve personnel, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) members and active duty military personnel in and around Johnson County, Iowa. The association provides a wide range of support to local Memorial Day services, Fourth of July programs, Veteran’s Day observances (including the Midwest’s premiere Veterans Day Banquet), active duty military musical group performances, ROTC commissioning ceremonies, local National Guard and Reserve units mobilized for OIF/OEF and other active duties, and seminars for employers, families, and the general public on the benefits of military service and the benefits of employing members of the Guard and Reserve. The Military Affairs Association conducts monthly meetings on the third Friday of every month except December beginning at 8 a.m. Meetings are held at the Iowa National Guard Armory in Iowa City. Veterans, active members of the National Guard and Reserve components, ROTC members, active duty military personnel, and anyone interested in supporting the association are welcome to become a member and participate in association actives. Persons interested in joining may mail a check for $25 for annual dues, payable to the Military Affairs Association to: Jim Dane 4507 Dane Rd. SW Iowa City, IA 52240
The Jolly Green Association (JGA) was established in 1969 and conducts a Business Meeting and Reunion annually at the beautiful Ramada Plaza Beach Resort in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The JGA has approximately 1500 members from throughout the USAF Search and Rescue (SAR) community. The JGA is a non-profit Veterans organization. The JG Association awards a number of academic scholarships annually to dependents of members of the Search and Rescue community. An annual Jolly Green Association Missi​
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This site is dedicated to a group of eight "Landing Ship Tanks" called landing ship Squadron Nine and the proud officers and crewmen who served aboard them with great fortitude and pride. These ships are no longer a part of the U. S. Navy and it's landing forces, but they will not be forgotten in the hearts and minds of the men they served well.
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The MCEA is a HQMC sanctioned, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization (IRS 5013(c) (19), incorporated in NC, in 1991. MCEA Purpose/Bylaw highlights: - Promote Marine Corps engineering in combat engineer, engineer equipment, utilities, landing support (shore party), bulk fuel, topographic and construction engineering, drafting, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) - Renew and perpetuate fellowship of retired, former and current US Marines who served with Marine Corps Engineer units and sister servic​
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The Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirit of ALL Marines and Navy FMF Corpsmen, who proudly wear or who have worn the eagle, globe and anchor of the Corps. Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps, banding together those who are now serving in the United States Marine Corps and those who have been honorably discharged from that servi​
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On 10 November 1985, Captain Robert E. Richter, USMC (Ret) founded The Marine Corps Mustang Association (MCMA), in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The MCMA is a full member of and participant in the National Marine Corps Council of Agencies. Since sometime before 1935, the term "Mustang" has been used by the United States Sea Services to denote enlisted men who worked their way up the ranks to officer status. Now, of course, women Marine officers with prior Marine Corps enlisted service are also Mu
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During the Vietnam conflict there were no individual personal cellular or landline telephones available for soldiers or sailors to use for calling family members back home. To address this, United States MARS (Military Affiliate Radio Service) stations from all branches of the service, Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force, were deployed throughout Vietnam. The MARS system offered soldiers and sailors a way to personally communicate with loved ones back home via the use of a "phone-patch" telephone ​
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MOAA is the nation’s largest and most influential association of active duty, National Guard, Reserve, retired, and former military officers and their families and survivors. It is an independent, nonprofit, and politically nonpartisan organization with around 370,000 members from every branch of service. MOAA promotes a strong national defense by advocating for equitable treatment of those who serve and have served their country in uniform. For more information, visit
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