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Veterans Day is just over two months away, and any organization who wants a simple, free way to make Veterans Day more meaningful for Vietnam Veterans can become commemorative partners.
Search, add, and honor WW1 Veterans for free on Rollofhonor.org – a great place to learn about those who served in The Great War.
Marine Corps Veteran James Anderson Jr. was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for actions performed on duty in Vietnam.
The National Cemetery Administration’s (NCA) Veterans Cemetery Grants Program (VCGP), created in 1978, is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the program.
Approximately 300 people attended the 2nd Annual Vietnam War Remembrance Ceremony on April 6 at Hanna Early College High School in Brownsville, Texas.
Ira L. Walton was making ladies hats in Waco, Texas, […]
Whuhhh-BAPP! Bullseye. Reginald Presley takes another red and yellow, aluminum […]
“I wouldn’t be here without VA. They changed my life,” said Navy Veteran Joe Ann McBride, who gets her care at the Carl Vincent VA Medical Center in Dublin, Georgia and is participating this week at the National Veterans Golden Age Games.
“I’m competing in the track and field events, and shotput and javelin,” said Bremenkamp, who recently celebrated his 84th birthday. “I think it’s great the VA supports Veterans like this.”
As planning for the 2017 National Veterans Golden Age Games […]
Thomas Linenberger joined the Navy in 1965. After reaching the […]
This December, we remember the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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Last updated November 29, 2022
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