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    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Jimmie Kanaya. Kanaya served as a medic during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.

  • Borne the Battle #234: Army Veteran Diane Carlson Evans, Founder of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation

    Army Veteran Diane Carlson Evans, founder of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation, joins Borne the Battle to discuss her decision to become a nurse, time serving in Vietnam as a combat nurse, decision to re-enlist after working in a civilian hospital and her fight for a women’s memorial on the National Mall.

  • COVID-19 Research Volunteer: John Gutierrez

    His COVID-19 symptoms are relatively light. But he sometimes experiences debilitating nausea at random.

  • Air Force Pilot, Vietnam POW Becomes Most Decorated Veteran Since MacArthur

    Day was shot down by enemy ground fire while flying over North Vietnam. He is often referred to as being the most decorated service member since MacArthur.

  • Pacific Northwest gym serves local Vets through non-profit workouts

    After witnessing his father deteriorate from the Vietnam war the author, also a Vietnam Navy Veteran, shares his backstory and passion for non-profit work.

  • VA continues commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War

    As a commemorative partner, VA joins nearly 10,000 organizations across the Nation supporting the Department of Defense in this mission to honor and thank our Vietnam Veterans.

  • New Jersey Veterans’ group welcomes filmmaker on 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War

    Since 1995, the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial has provided a place to honor those who have served and continue to serve our country.

  • Louisiana Veterans invited to preview ‘The Vietnam War’ documentary

    Louisiana Public Broadcasting hosted a free preview screening of The Vietnam War for Veterans and staff at the Alexandria VA Medical Center auditorium in Pineville, Louisiana.

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