• MOH recipient: Get involved in Vietnam Veteran events

    As Vietnam War Veterans Day approaches March 29, an era Medal of Honor recipient said Veterans should participate in events. Barney Barnum is a retired Marine Corps colonel who served two tours in Vietnam. He said Vietnam War Veterans Day is an opportunity for Vietnam Veterans to show pride in their service. He also said the day is a chance for the public to thank Vietnam Veterans.

  • UPDATE: Virtual Wall of Faces almost complete, needs remaining photos

    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation’s Wall of Faces is nearly complete but needs help from the public to track down the last 28 photos.

  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial showcases warriors instead of war

    When people visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., they can see the 58,279 names on The Wall, The Three Serviceman statue, the Vietnam Women's Memorial, the In Memory plaque, and a flagpole that flies both the U.S. and the POW-MIA flag. While the memorial and names provide an obvious visual reminder, Army Veteran Jan Scruggs wants people to know the story behind the memorial. It involves a poncho, a promise, PTSD, an Academy Award-winning movie and a focus on warriors instead of a 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.

  • Virtual Wall of Faces almost complete, needs remaining photos

    As Vietnam War Veterans Day nears March 29, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation’s Wall of Faces is nearly complete but needs help from the public to track down the last few dozen photos.

  • Veterans have options for seeing Vietnam memorial wall

    Veterans, families, friends and the general public have several options to see Vietnam memorial walls in 2020 with the release of traveling wall schedules.

  • Lesser Known Memorials in Washington, D.C.

    There are many lesser-known memorials in our nation’s capital which have a rich history and honor many important groups and events.

  • National Vietnam War Veterans Day – Third list of activities

    VA medical facilities across the country are marking the day with these ceremonies and community events.

  • National Vietnam War Veterans Day – Second list of activities

    VA medical facilities across the country are marking the day with these ceremonies and community events.

  • National Vietnam War Veterans Day

    VA medical facilities across the country are marking the day with these ceremonies and community events.

  • The Jersey Boys: 3 Vietnam Veterans on a mission to ensure the fallen are always remembered

    There is a trio of Veterans who have distinguished themselves twice over through their service as volunteers to not only the New Jersey Memorial but also for The Wall in Washington, D.C.

  • Volunteers sought for reading of the names at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    One of the best ways to honor our fallen is to say their names and share their story. By saying their names, we are saying we will never forget them.

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