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The Association mission: To maintain the camaraderie and preserve the memory of those who served; perpetuating the SCREAMING EAGLE heritage and traditions for future generations; while supporting our veterans and the current Eagles as the 101st Airborne Division continues its Rendezvous with Destiny.​
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Services Branches: Army
 
121_Avn_Association
The 121 Avn Association was established to reunite former servicemen who served with the 93rd Transportation Co. (Lt Hel),121st Aviation Co. (AML), 121st Assault Helicopter Co., (includes all attached units) in Da Nang and Soc Trang, South Vietnam. The unit was known as "The Soc Trang Tigers" and "Vikings".
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The mission of the 19th Combat Engineer Battalion Association Vietnam is to locate and bring together former soldiers of the 19th Engineer Battalion (Combat)(Army) and its attached units, who served in Vietnam. The Association endeavors to preserve and foster a spirit of fellowship among former soldiers of the 19th who served in Vietnam, and provide an organization through which they may unite in bonds of comradeship. It is our foremost endeavor to cherish and commemorate the memory of our brothers who paid the ultimate price in their service to our country.
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History needs to be clear as to the service and honor of the US Army Infantrymen that served in the 1st Bn 61st Inf. The men of this unit deserve official recognition. The Bn was part of a Separate Brigade who's parent unit, the 5th Division, remained in the USA. When it comes to newspapers, USO shows and official awards and decorations separate Brigades and their soldiers are lost in the shadow of two star commanded Divisions.Although the USMC credit the truth is the 1/61 was the principal Amer​
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Flagrante_Bello_Orig
The 1st Battalion 83rd Artillery organization represents former members of the 83rd Artillery along with some Australian and New Zealand Veterans of the Vietnam War. When we first arrived in Vietnam we were with the Australian Task Force that was in the II Field Force area of operations. In early 1968 after the TET offensive, the 83rd moved north to the I Corp area of operations where they remained until the 83rd stood down in May 1971.
 
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The 1st Cavalry Division is a Veteran’s fraternal organization and has thousands of members that served with the 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam from 1965-1971.
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25infantry
The 25th Infantry Division Association is the dedicated to serving those who have served or are currently serving with the 25th Infantry Division, from World War II through today. It includes information on upcoming reunions, unit histories, division history, memorabilia, and links to related military sites.
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359th Transportation Co. Association
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506th_Airborne
The mission of the Association is to: Preserve and honor the memory, the history, and the esprit de corps of those who have served in the 506th Parachute Infantry and its successors -- the 506th Infantry (Basic Training), the 1st Airborne Battle Group 506th Infantry; the 506th Infantry (Airborne); the 506th Infantry (Airmobile); and the 506th Infantry (Air Assault). Maintain a database of 506th Veterans and assist members in locating those Currahees with whom they served. Sponsor periodic reunio​
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The 553rd Recon Wing served at Korat AirBase , Thailand from 1967-1971. We were known as BatCats. The aircrews flew combat missions over Vietnam everyday from a fleet of 25 modified EC-121-R camouflaged aircraft and were serviced 24/7 by ground maintenance personnel. During the Vietnam War, most of what we did was classified. When the Wing initially set up operations, troops and equipment were ferried from Otis AFB, Massachusetts to Thailand with support of flight crew and maintenance personnel; together we were part of the team of 1st Wave BatCats in 1967.
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The 2011 Defense Authorization Bill authorized the establishment of the Department of Defense 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Commemoration Committee, (DoD 60th AKWCC). The Committee is dedicated to thanking and honoring all the Veterans of the Korean War, their families and especially those who lost loved ones in that war. During the next three years, the Committee will honor the service and sacrifice of Korean War Veterans, commemorate the key events of the war, and educate Americans of a​
Categories: Information, Organizations/Associations/Clubs, Government
Services Branches: Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy
 
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This site is dedicated to serving the former members of the 6994th Security Squadron and its detachments. To avoid duplication of effort, emphasis on the EC-47 aircraft in its role in the ARDF mission is left to the EC-47 History Site. The 6994th Security Squadron consisted primarily of enlisted Air Force Crewmen of the United States Air Force Security Service, who performed the ARDF mission aboard the EC-47 aircraft. This squadron is the most highly decorated unit in the history of the United S​
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'Shadow' Gunships. The 71st Special Operations Squadron (SOS) was an Air Force Reserve unit from Columbus, IN that was activated on May 13, 1968. Its special mission was to expedite the deployment of AC-119 gunships into the Southeast Asia conflict. The AC-119 ‘Shadow’ gunships replaced the AC-47 (Spooky). After successfully completing its mission, the 71st returned home on June 6, 1969. The 71st began life during WW II as one of four squadrons of the 434th Troop Carrier Group. The 71st l
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84th Engineer Battalion Association
The purpose of our web site is to help renew old friendships and to preserve the history of the 84th Engineer Battalion.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs
Services Branches: Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy
 
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A Troop 4th Squadron, 12th US Cavalry 1st Birgade, 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized)
Mission Statement: Continuing the camaraderie of A Troop 4/12 Cav (Vietnam Era) through reunions, memorial services and communications. It is intended as a place for fellow troopers, family and friends of A Troop 4th Squadron 12th Cavalry (Vietnam Era) to visit, seek contact with, gather information or some insight into the history, language and jargon of the people who were part of A Troop, then and now. A Troop 4/12 Cav (Vietnam Era) invites and encourages trooper's family members to participate in the troop's reunions, memorial services, remembrances of our fellow troopers who have passed on to Fiddler's Green, and to continue the camaraderie of the BROTHERHOOD....Long Live the Cav and its BROTHERHOOD!!
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AC-119_Gunship_Assoc
Home of the Vietnam War's 71st, 17th, and 18th AC-119 Special Operations Squadrons
 
AFPC
The Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records (AFBCMR) is the highest level of administrative review within the Department of the Air Force.
Categories: Government
Services Branches: Air Force
 
Air_America
Air America's tenure in Asia began when Civil Air Transport (CAT) crossed the river into Shanghai in 1946. It ended on a rooftop in downtown Saigon in 1975. First in, last out. That was CAT and Air America in China, Korea and in Southeast Asia. The Air America Association is composed of former employees of CAT, Air America, their families and their affiliates. This is their web site. Its purpose is to capture that experience and present it in historical context.
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The Americal Division Veterans Association is dedicated as a living memorial to all veterans of the Americal Division and is pledged to foster true American patriotism, social and welfare activities for all members, allegiance to the United States Government,and its flag, and to perpetuate the traditions and history of the Americal Division of the United States Army. The Association is made up of over 3,000 members, the majority of whom are Vietnam Veterans. The Division served in Vietnam from
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Established by Congress in 1923, the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) commemorates the service, achievements, and sacrifice of U.S. armed forces. ABMC manages 24 overseas military cemeteries, and 25 memorials, monuments, and markers. Nearly all the cemeteries and memorials specifically honor those who served in World War I or World War II.
Categories: Memorials
 
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Marking Time: Voyage to Vietnam May 21 - September 25, 2011 American Textile History Museum American Textile History Museum in Lowell, MA, has just opened a wonderful exhibit called "Marking Time: Voyage to Vietnam". The exhibit tells the stories of soldiers heading to Vietnam through art and messages they left on the canvas bunks of the Nelson Walker troopship transporting them.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
The Ammo Chiefs Association (ACA), is a not-for-profit; fraternal Association dedicated to the promotion of camaraderie among active duty and retired USAF AMMO Chiefs. Many of our members served in Southeast Asia preparing and delivering the aerial munitions required to support the mission. Ammo Chiefs in the USAF continue to provide the leadership for munitions troops who are supporting the current operations necessitated by national policy. In addition to supporting worthwhile charitable cause​
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A leader since 1944 in preserving the freedoms secured by America's armed forces, AMVETS provides support for veterans and the active military in procuring their earned entitlements, as well as community service and legislative reform that enhances the quality of life for this nation's citizens and veterans alike. AMVETS is one of the largest congressionally-chartered veterans' service organizations in the United States, and includes members from each branch of the military, including the National Guard and Reserves. To learn more visit www.amvets.org.
Categories: Veteran Service Organization
 
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ARIZONA MILITARY MUSEUM The Arizona Military Museum is sponsored by the Arizona National Guard Historical Society, a non-profit association dedicated to educating the public about the military history of Arizona, the militia and National Guard of Arizona, and Arizonans who served in the military. Displays show uniforms, arms, weapons, photos, maps, and other artifacts relating to the colorful military history of Arizona. Narratives put the displays in context for the museum patron to appreciate ​
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
Army_Historical_Foundation
The Army Historical Foundation was established in 1983 as a member-based, publicly supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the American Soldier. The motto of the Foundation -- Preserve the Heritage...Educate the Future -- summarizes its mission. The Foundation seeks to educate future Americans to fully appreciate the sacrifices that generations of American soldiers have made to safeguard the freedoms of this nation.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
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The Army Review Boards Agency serves as the highest administrative level for review of personnel actions taken by lower levels of the Army and administers a number of boards.
Categories: Government
Services Branches: Army
 
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Standing the Watch for Your Navy and YOU, AUSN is the only organization focused exclusively ons erving the enitre Navy and the only organization primarily on the welfare of the Navy people. It is know as being one of the most effective lobbying organizations for the military on Capitol Hill. Visit our website--ausn.org--and learn more
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The Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum preserves the history of the former Atterbury Army Air Field later named Bakalar Air Force Base, now the Columbus, Indiana Municipal Airport. The museum history includes the time period of WWII, Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis and the Vietnam War. Our mission is history preservation, education, and honoring those who serve and have served in the Armed Forces.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
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Education Resources and Publications
Categories: Museums/Education Centers, Government
 
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The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project (WVHP), established at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 1998, documents the contributions of women in the military and related service organizations since World War I. The collection offers a wide range of source material, including photographs, letters, diaries, scrapbooks, oral histories, military patches and insignia, uniforms, and posters, as well as published works. Through active acquisition and educational outreach the project continues to expand its research collection and to explore the cultural, social, and military changes in American society that were fueled by the gender integration of the armed forces. The WVHP primarily focuses on the twentieth century, with materials pertaining to World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and Desert Storm. The collection chiefly documents women veterans, but it also chronicles the contributions of workers in related service organizations such as the Red Cross and special services and civilians in service. It contains more than 500 individual collections which includes 300 oral histories.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
Blue_Water_Navy
The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Association (BWNVVA) is a non-profit, 501c3 organization supporting veterans of all wars and providing the general public with educational materials on veterans. Our website at www.BlueWaterNavy.org contains one of the largest repositories of documentation relating to the use of herbicides in Southeast Asia, and provides general news updates on veteran issues on our section entitled News and Information of the Day. Our on-line Discussion Board provides additional information of interest to veterans and allows non-Members to access some of our on-line chat topics. We strive to create an atmosphere of a Family through mutual support, with veterans helping veterans, as well as support for wives and widows. We provide timely news articles and reports on veteran topics which you will find in public distribution. We also use the Trade Name “Blue Water Navy Association” (BWN), so you might encounter our group under that moniker. We look forward to welcoming you aboard as a new member.
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Canadian_VVA
The Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association is made up of individuals who served in the American and Canadian Armed Forces during the Vietnam War, (February 28, 1961 - May 07, 1975). We are dedicated to assist and support Vietnam and Vietnam War Era Veterans and their families. We have always worked to better the lot of those who served honorably in the US and Canadian Armed Forces and returned home to Canada. Besides obtaining medical benefits for the Veterans here in Canada and working hard
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Catholic_war_vet
The primary objective of the Catholic War Veterans is to make the entire nation acutely aware of the struggle and needs of many veterans, their widows and children. We, as survivors, have an obligation to our fallen brothers and sisters to inform the people of our country that many veterans and their families need asistance; that these veterans have made sacrifices for their country and deserve to be treated accordingly, with proper respect and support. It is also the responsibility of the Cath
Categories: Veteran Service Organization
 
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The Coast Guard Combat Veterans Association is a Non-Profit Association of Active Duty, Retirees, Reservists and Honorably Discharged Former Members of the U. S. Coast Guard, who served in, or provided direct support to combat situations recognized by an appropriate military award, while serving as a member of the United States Coast Guard. Established in 1985 the CGCVA is dedicated to extending knowledge of the Coast Guard’s service and participation in those significant historical events in Un​
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The College of Southern Maryland, a designated Commemorative Partner of the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration, is planning a number of events centering on the Vietnam War, including speakers, panel discussions, seminars, films, and readings concerning the combat experience and its effects on veterans, the children of war, the Vietnamese refugee experience, and the combat experience and its effects on veterans.
 
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This site is dedicated to all the men who served with Co. D, 2/7th Cavalry during the Vietnam War. We have tried to identify all of the individuals who were with the unit during the period from 1965 to 1972 and we hold a place of honor for the brave soldiers who gave their lives in defense of freedom. Please let us know if anyone has been inadvertently omitted or is shown erroneously. We salute you all with a hearty Garry Owen!
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Counterparts (Túóng Hũu Đông Nam Á) An Association of US Military and Civilian Advisors in Southeast Asia & Their Foreign Counterparts.Our purposes includes promoting an appreciation of the Advisory Experience and accomplishments to the general public, providing aid and assistance when possible to Southeast Asia’s war refugees, especially former comrades of the Vietnamese Armed Forces, Montagnard and tribal fighters, commemorating the service and sacrifice of Advisors and their Counterparts, pro​
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DOVV
"Daughters of Vietnam Veterans" is organized as a cooperative for "Daughters and Sons of Vietnam Veterans" who are active in the arts and humanitarian endeavors. "Daughters of Vietnam Veterans" recognizes the artistic achievements of our members through art, music, theatre, film, and literature. We welcome you to our website. If you are a veteran--please reach out to your children and let them know we are here for them! What a great way to connect with your children.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs
 
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The purpose of the David Westphall Veterans Foundation is to honor America's veterans and members of its military forces by memorializing the sacrifices they have made and by recognizing the sense of duty and the courage they have displayed as they answered their country's call to arms. This purpose is achieved primarily by supporting the mission of the the Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park.
Categories: Memorials
 
DD214
DD 214 Chronicle is a bimonthly tabloid launched late last year to serve veterans in five counties of northeast Ohio: Cuyahoga (Cleveland,) Summit (Akron,) Lorain, Lake and Medina. We deliver without charge 10,000 copies to VFW and Legion halls, colleges and universities with veteran programs, the VA and VA hospitals here, and more than 80 libraries, among other stops.
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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.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs, Government
 
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.
Categories: Information / Resources
 
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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.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs, Veteran Service Organization
 
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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.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs
 
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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.
Categories: Organizations/Associations/Clubs
 
8thmob
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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Heroes_Homecoming
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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LandingStrip9
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 www.moaa.org.
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Military_Order
The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) was founded in 1919 by Officers who had served under General of the Armies John J. “Black Jack” Pershing to perpetuate those ideals for which they had fought the Great War. It is the second oldest Veteran Service Organization (VSO) in the United States recognized by the Department of Veteran Affairs. The Order was incorporated by an act of Congress on January 27, 1919. The Order has over 9,000 members and provides an opportunity for Officers of all of ​
Categories: Veteran Service Organization
 
Created by the former owner of the original Veteran news site, VNIS.COM, this site contains News from all the Military Services as well as many military news sources - constantly adding new services.
Categories: Information
 
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NAM-POWs Corporation is a non-profit 501c (19) veterans organization chartered by the State of Arizona in 1973. NAM-POWs came into existence through a need for the 801 returning Prisoners of War repatriated from the Southeast Asia conflict to organize in such a way that they could continue to build upon their bonds of friendship and camaraderie developed over years of privation and inhumane treatment experienced while in the prison camps of North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and China.​
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The mission of the National 4th Infantry (Ivy) Division Association is to support our soldiers currently serving around the world, honor and perpetuate the memories of the officers, men and women who distinguished themselves by their past service and sacrifices while serving with or attached to the Fourth Infantry Division. Promote fellowship through our Reunions, Publications and Website. Historical research of wars, and celebrate the anniversaries of prominent events of our country's wars and ​
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National_Amputation_Foundation
The National Amputation Foundation was founded in 1919 by a group of amputee veterans who suffered the loss of limb or limbs in the service of our country in World War I. From its inception, the Foundation was aware of the needs unique to amputees and therefore, dedicated all its efforts to helping all veteran amputees. Since then, the Foundation has expanded its facilities to include civilian amputees as well.
Categories: Veteran Service Organization
 
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The National League of POW/MIA Families’ sole purpose is to obtain the release of all prisoners, the fullest possible accounting for the missing and repatriation of all recoverable remains of those who died serving our nation during the Vietnam War in Southeast Asia.
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USMC_Museum
The National Museum of the Marine Corps is a lasting tribute to U.S. Marines--past, present, and future. Situated on a 135-acre site adjacent to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, and under the command of Marine Corps University, the Museum's soaring design evokes the image of the flag-raisers of Iwo Jima and beckons visitors to this 120,000-square-foot structure. World-class interactive exhibits using the most innovative technology surround visitors with irreplaceable artifacts and immerse them in the sights and sounds of Marines in action.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
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The Camp Sumter military prison at Andersonville was one of the largest Confederate military prisons during the Civil War. During the 14 months the prison existed, more than 45,000 Union soldiers were confined here. Of these, almost 13,000 died here. Today, Andersonville National Historic Site is a memorial to all American prisoners of war throughout the nation's history.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
Services Branches: Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy
 
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The Vietnam Era Museum and Educational Center strives to encourage and foster a thorough understanding of the Vietnam Era including the political, historical, social, cultural and military aspects that affected the United States, and especially New Jersey.
Categories: Museums/Education Centers
 
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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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The Pleiku MP Association is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization for members who served honorably with Company B, 504th Military Police Battalion in Pleiku, and its detachments, during its tour of duty in the Republic of Vietnam, 1965-1972. The organization has conducted annual reunions since 1987 in cities around the country, and will meet again this year in the Washington, D.C. area. We also support humanitarian causes, such as Operation Rice Lift, which provides assistance to a large number of Montagnard families living in GiaLai Province. Along with the web site, our newsletters keep the membership well informed of upcoming events, as well as providing information specific to issues of Vietnam veterans
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Proud ROK Forces of Vietnam
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We are a family oriented motorcycle riding association, NOT a motorcycle club (MC). Members of the “Purple Heart Riders” are veterans who were wounded in battle and awarded the "Purple Heart Medal". Membership in the “Purple Heart Riders National Association® is open to all veterans awarded the Purple Heart Medal. Many veterans are also members of the "Military Order of the Purple Heart", but is not required. Our mission is to promote patriotism, service to all our veterans, service to our commu​
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EAPLS (Edgar Allan Poe Literary Society Inc. is a nonprofit incorporated veterans organization for former Raven FACs that flew in Laos during the Vietnam War. One of our main purposes is to give scholarships to qualifying descendents of a Lao or Lao-Hmong individual who served in the Royal Laotian Military or Hmong forces in defense of the Kingdom of Laos between 1960 and 1975.During the course of American history, there have been many covert military operations. None, however, reached the scope​
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Started in mid-1962 with a special $10 million fund from the Kennedy White House, this was America’s first integrated counterinsurgency program, blending local economic and social development with incentives for better local government and security. This program turned the traditional AID country effort on its head. AID/Vietnam (known as USOM) was a headquarters-focused, capital-oriented organization that worked by helping national ministries and had virtually no presence in the countryside. By ​
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Sons and Daughters In Touch was formed in 1990 to 'locate, unite and support the children of American servicemen who were lost, or remain missing as a result of the Vietnam War.' Since then, SDIT has established contact with more than 3000 of these now-grown children. Beginning in 1992, the organization began holding national Father's Day reunions at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial ('92, '93, '97, 2000, '05 and '10.) In 2003, more than 50 SDIT members were part of an historic delegation that trave​
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The South Boston Vietnam Veteran's Memorial sits in the M Street Park in South Boston, Massachusetts. Everyone listed on the monument had come to the park sometime during their childhood. It is thought to be the first Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in the country. The idea for building the monument came while some friends had gathered to remember three of their friends who had been killed in 1968 while serving in Vietnam. It was the tenth anniversary of their deaths. The three were part of a group o​
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The SOA, established in December 1977 is a Veteran’s fraternal organization of past and present American and Allied military special operations in a combat environment. The group includes veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, the Balkans, Somalia as well as those from our most recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Membership is limited to Free World forces who supported or personally participated in missions deep inside hostile territory in a combat capacity.
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Composed of members from all branches of the service plus Coast Guard, Air America, IBM and other civilian contractors. Unlike most veteran’s groups, we are also an IRS recognized 501C3 non-profit with current aid operations underway in Thailand and Laos. They are all listed on the Assistance page of our website. Go to the “Assistance Program” from the pull down menu on the left of the screen.​
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The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest veterans service organization, committed to mentoring and sponsorship of youth programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting a strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.
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The American Veterans Heritage Center (AVHC), is a non-profit corporation with an exciting mission -we honor the accomplishments of veterans while preserving a priceless piece of national and local history--the Soldiers Home located at the VA Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio.
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The Marine Corps Association is the professional association for all Marines. MCA supports the Marine Corps by providing professional development opportunities for Marines, disseminating knowledge of military art and science, and fostering the spirit and preserving the traditions of the Marine Corps. MCA publishes Leatherneck, Magazine of the Marines, and The Marine Corps Gazette, the Professional Journal of U.S. Marines. The Association’s efforts are supported by the Marine Corps Association Fo​
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The Miami Valley Military History Musueum was established to preserve the history of the men and women who served and continue to serve our nation and perpetuate their memory by making their history available to the public.
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“Chartered by Congress in 1958, The Military Order of the Purple Heart is composed of military men and women who received the Purple Heart Medal for wounds suffered in combat. Although our membership is restricted to the combat wounded, we support all veterans and their families with a myriad of nation-wide programs by Chapters and National Service Officers.”
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The Mobile Riverine Force Association
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For many Americans, Vietnamese, and others, the war in Vietnam was the defining event in their lives. It was a conflict that divided families and brought violence both to Vietnam and to the United States. Each of us had a Vietnam experience. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. as well as many other community and state memorials have been established to recognize the sacrifice of the 58,260 that gave their lives during that most unpopular and longest war the United States has been in​
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We are an organization of military aircrew members, charted as an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. We are dedicated to providing a college education for the children of all military aviators killed in the performance of aircrew duties. Our origins are from the Vietnam War, and the name comes from the Red River that runs through Hanoi & Haiphong. Charter members are those that flew combat missions over the Hanoi/Haiphong target areas. The original organization was designed to ass​
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The Retired Enlisted Association is the powerful voice of retired enlisted and active duty enlisted personnel from all branches of service. They are the premier source of grassroots lobbying, and the leading resource for legislative and healthcare information. They fight every day in Washington D.C. to protect and ensure the health and welfare of enlisted military personnel, and to defend the military retirement entitlements and benefits.
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The Tan Son Nhut Association has been established to respect all of those service personnel from the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as the many civilians who served at any time during the Vietnam conflict at the great airdrome at Tan Son Nhut, Air Base, Saigon, Republic of Vietnam.​
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Created in 1989 by Vietnam Veterans, The Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech University is home to the largest collection of Vietnam-related material outside the U.S. National Archives. Its joint missions are to support and encourage research and education regarding all aspects of the American Vietnam experience and to collect and preserve the documentary record of the Vietnam War. The Vietnam Center and Archive has collected millions of pages of material and tens of thousands of photograph​
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC honors the 2.7 million American women and men who served in the Vietnam War. Carved of the granite panels of "The Wall" are the names of the 58,267 who gave the ultimate sacrifice in that war. The web site named The Virtual Wall(TM) has a memorial tribute page honoring each casualty. Many tribute pages have personal remembrances in the form of photographs, letters, and poems submitted by the general public. The names of the fallen can be found on i​
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Healing the wounds of war- advocating for and bringing awareness to the non-Veteran community about Vietnam Veterans, their family, and experiences. Creating platforms for Vietnam Veterans and their families to network and tell their stories. Proposed and Advocated for a Vietnam Veteran's Day bill in WI and organized the very first official WI Vietnam Veteran's Day celebration. Proud Daughter of a Vietnam Vet
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Tin Can Sailors was formed in 1976 in Fall River Massachusetts as a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We publish The Tin Can Sailor newspaper each quarter and host an extensive website at www.destroyers.org. The newspaper is provided free to each destroyer and frigate of the active fleet and to hardship members who cannot afford the $30 annual fee. Since 1990, Tin Can Sailors, through our Thomas J. Peltin Destroyer Museum Grant Program, has made donations totaling more than $1.8 Million to support restoration and maintenance of the destroyers of the Historic Fleet plus donations to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and Historic Naval Ships Association. In addition, TCS has made project donations to the two destroyer escorts, USS Slater in Albany, New York and USS Stewart in Galveston Texas. TCS has what is probably the largest independent library of naval publications. The Tin Can Sailors Library houses some 19,000 books and publications at our Somerset, Massachusetts headquarters where we also have an extensive collection of ship’s plaques and commissioning posters. TCS supports ship associations and reunion groups, listing more than 700 on our website in various ways, including providing donations of door prizes/raffle prizes, TCS newspapers, and membership information. We offer advice on conducting reunions, on creating ship websites, and on forming ship association. TCS has an extensive photo collection and is constantly working to enlarge it. TCS owns and operates sophisticated digital archiving equipment and is able to access previously archived materials (e.g. microfilm and microfiche) and produce digital CDs for researchers and other interested parties for a nominal fee. The newspaper presents an array of stories and articles on destroyers, destroyer-related ships, and the sailors who served in them plus news of when and where the reunion groups will be holding their events in the coming months.
 
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The Army Transportation Corps Aviation Association is a group of retired Army pilots and aircraft logisticians who flew in Korea, Vietnam, and other conflicts until the 1980's. We represent all ranks, from generals to privates, and our membership is spread nationally and internationally. We are proud to be a part of the 50th anniversary of the start of Vietnam for we, the Transportation Corps, were the first Army aviation units in Vietnam circa 1961.
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Establish a global forum for the Center of Military History to distribute historical information and products to inform, educate and professionally develop the soldiers and leadership of the U.S. Army​
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The only organization whose primary mission is to restore the full retirement annuity earned by disabled retirees of the Uniformed Services. Since 1981 we have been fighting to protect the few remaining entitlements earned by, and promised to, military retirees and their families.
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Conveniently located on Pennsylvania Avenue – halfway between the White House and the Capitol, the United States Navy Memorial provides a living tribute to Navy people and a place for them to gather and celebrate their service. The outdoor plaza features a “Granite Sea” map of the world, towering masts with signal flags, fountain pools and waterfalls and The Lone Sailor© statue. Adjacent to the plaza is the Naval Heritage Center, where visitors can find educational displays about the contributio​
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Mission: The US Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) educates a broad audience on the heritage of the U.S. Army by acquiring, preserving, and making available historical records, materials, and artifacts. USAHEC educates the Army and the public on the central role of the Army in the development and protection of our nation and its way of life. USAHEC supports the US Army War College education, research and publication, and strategic communication missions through its public programs, hist​
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The Office of Medical History is part of the OTSG/MEDCOM History Program. Our mission is to support the men and women of the U.S. Army Medical Department and Army Medical Command through the assembly and publication of reference materials, original works, previously unpublished works, reprints, special studies, web publications, AMEDD newspaper/professional publications, and print series. The program includes the administration of a field history program as well as an oral history program for th​
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The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma supports educational programs, projects, activities, and endeavors focused on Marine Corps core values of honor, courage, and commitment, as embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps. The Council also provides direct assistance to Oklahoma based Marine Corps recruiting, reserve, and unit detachments, through incentive/award programs, publicity, visible community leadership, and the like.
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US Navy Beach Jumpers were highly classified units that existed initially during World War II. These units were tasked with tactical cover and deception and the concept for these units came about as a result of then Lieutenant Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Hollywood actor turned Naval Officer, having been assigned to duty with the British Combined Operations Commandos in England. The units were deactivated after the war but were again activated in 1951 until 1972. Beach Jumpers served on the ground dur​
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On 15 May 1966 the 34th TFS was organized at Korat RTAFB, assigned to the 41st Air Division (located at Yokota AB, Japan) but attached for all practical purposes to the resident 388th Tactical Fighter Wing. All equipment, including F-105s, and all personnel came from resources of the 41st Air Division, especially the 36th TFS.
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USMC Vietnam Tankers Association
The U.S. Marine Corps introduced the M48A3 Patton Tank and the M51A1 Ontos Anti-Tank vehicles to the Vietnam War in May of 1965, a war that many, including the Commander of Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV), Army’s Gen. Westmoreland, said armor had no place in. Marine armor proved so effective that the U.S. Army later followed suit. Today the USMC Vietnam Tankers Association keeps alive that brotherhood and history of Marine armor of the Vietnam War. The USMC Vietnam Tankers Associatio​
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Services Branches: Marines
 
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During the Vietnam War from 1962 to 1975, helicopter crews were able to locate their fellow Marines on the ground by asking them to "pop a smoke" in the landing zone . The brightly colored smoke grenade identified the ground unit location, and provided landing zone wind information to the pilot. The primary Mission of our Association is to maintain the camaraderie of the Marine combat helicopter/tilt-rotor flight crews and support personnel who served together. Those direct support personnel imp​
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LST 1165 was laid down on 1 December 1952 launched 14 July 1953 in January 1954 LST 1165 joined the Atlantic Fleet and was part of the Atlantic Amphibious Force in 1955 LST 1165 took part in the filming of Away All Boats at Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. 1 July 1955 LST 1165 was named USS Washoe County LST 1165. So the Washoe County LST1165 Participated in the Atlantic Fleet and the Pacific Fleet and this was all before Vietnam or Japan
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The Veterans Association of Sailors of the Vietnam War is founded on the principle of furthering the benefits for Veteran Sailors of the Vietnam War, their families, and survivors, and other Veterans of the Vietnam War, and the Vietnam Era, who have been damaged by exposure to Dioxins from herbicides used or transported to Southeast Asia during that war. We also welcome those who agree with and support our causes and efforts.
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The Mission of the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress American Folklife Center is to collect, preserve, and make accessible the personal accounts of America’s wartime veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war
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V-NEP is teaching U.S. modern history through the understanding of the humanistic and cultural aspects of America’s military conflicts and how they have influenced the fabric of our global society.The objectives of V-NEP are : • to teach military history (WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan) through the stories of those who have served • to help students become engaged, thoughtful citizens by expanding their knowledge base, developing vital critical thinking and decision-making skills,
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The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is a nonprofit veterans' service organization composed of combat veterans and those who currently serve in uniform on active duty or in the Guard and Reserves. Founded in 1899 and chartered by Congress in 1936, the VFW is the nation's largest organization of war veterans and its oldest major veterans' organization. With 2.1 million members located in 7,700 VFW Posts worldwide, the VFW and its Auxiliaries are dedicated to "honor the dead by helping the l​
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Vets With A Mission was founded in 1989 and for over twenty years has implemented various humanitarian programs and projects in the country formerly known as the Republic of South Vietnam. Over 1,600 volunteers mostly Vietnam vets have participated on medical teams, ministry teams, disaster relief, or project teams. VWAM has built or sponsored nearly 40 medical clinics or rural healthcare stations, renovated several health facilities as well as two orphanages and two churches, built one school, ​
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This site will not politicize Babylift. Its purpose is to gather as much information as possible about Babylift and make it available to our visitors. It was born of a promise I made to my daughter, Heather Constance Noone / Mai Ngoc Tranh before she died on May 17, 1975. As my husband and I watched Heather's life slip away, I told her how sorry I was that medicine couldn't save her. I pledged to do whatever I could to help the world remember Babylift and her short life. Heather was born somewhe​
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"VIETNAM ERA VETERANS MEMORIAL, Canby Oregon “To honor all military veterans who served during the Vietnam War.” It is a quiet place for reflection, to show appreciation for the service and sacrifice of our veterans, and to continue healing the wounds the war inflicted.
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The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association is a non-profit war veterans' group comprised of helicopter pilots from all countries who flew helicopters in the Vietnam War. Out of the estimated 40,000 helicopter pilots who flew helicopters in the Vietnam War, approximately 14,000 are currently members or have been members in the past. There are currently 8,200 active members.
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Established in 1979, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., promoting healing and educating about the impact of the Vietnam War. Authorized by Congress, its most recent initiative is building the Education Center at The Wall, an underground facility near the Memorial that will help visitors discover the stories of those named on The Wall and celebrate the values embodied by all service members who served in a​
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Vietnam Veterans of America is the only congressionally chartered national veterans service organization dedicated to working on behalf of our nation’s Vietnam-era veterans and their families. Founded in 1978, VVA celebrates 32 years In Service to America. VVA's goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans. In keeping with our founding principl​
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Vietnam Veterans of America Firebase 116
Chapter 116 is a Local Chapter of the nationally recognized VSO, Vietnam Veterans of America. Based in Leominster, Massachusetts, we proudly support the community. Firebase 116 advocates for all Vietnam Veterans with regard to health care and benefits. We seek the fullest possible accounting of American POW/MIAs. We stand up for and next to the current generation of American Warriors believing in VVA's Founding Principle, "Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another."
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Welcome to the virtual home of Chapter 310, Vietnam Veterans of America, Washtenaw County, Michigan! This website is dedicated to our founding principle, which is, "Never Again Will One Generation of Veterans Abandon Another." Our Chapter is very supportive of our nation's current Service Members. For example, in the past seven years we have shipped over 2500 “Care Packages” around the world, as part of our “Support Our Troops Campaign.” Continuing the tradition of our twice “National VVA Ch
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The Vietnam Veterans of America was founded in 1978 and is the only National Vietnam Veterans Organization congressionally chartered and exclusively dedicated to Vietnam-Era Veterans and their families. Our founding principle is"Never Again Will One Generation Of Veterans Abandon Another." VVA's goals are "To promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam-Era Veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam-Era Vets​
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Mission Statement The Veterans of Vietnam Motorcycle Club is a military veteran’s motorcycle club dedicated to maintaining the special friendships and associations developed by them during their service to our country in the Vietnam War era. Our main mission is to support veteran’s charities, in whatever form, by means of personal involvement, either through volunteerism, or fundraising events. In particular, Veterans Hospitals and Veterans Nursing Homes are chari
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The Vietnam Women’s Memorial was established not only to honor those women who served, but also for the families who lost loved ones in the war, so they would know about the women who provided comfort, care, and a human touch for those who were suffering and dying. The Vietnam Women’s Memorial was dedicated in 1993 as part of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The Vietnam Women’s Memorial Project was incorporated in 1984 and is a non-profit organization located in Washington, D.C.
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Services Branches: Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy
 
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Walk inside the Virginia War Memorial and you enter hallowed ground. For here on its soaring glass and marble walls are the names of more than 11,600 Virginia heroes who gave their lives to keep our country free. Its reason for being and its effect on those who view its hallowed walls and artifacts. Located overlooking historic Richmond business district and the James River, the War Memorial was created by the Virginia General Assembly to honor Virginia's war dead.
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The Navy's Observation Squadron Sixty-Seven (VO-67) existed for just a little over a year, a total of 500 days, from February 1967 to July 1968. The unit was officially declassified in 1998. The "Observation" in the name is meaningless. It hid, at the time, what was a highly classified mission. The "67" stood for the year it came into being. VO-67 was a vital part of project Muscle Shoals. The mission of the project was to detect, classify, hinder and penalize the North Vietnamese Army infiltrat​
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Wisconsin Vietnam Veteran Chapters
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The Women In Military Service For America Memorial is the nation¹s only major memorial to honor the some 2.5 million uniformed women who have served in the nation's defense. Its primary mission is to chronicle the history and tell the story of women¹s service.
 
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