Carol Foster
Carol Foster

Lord watch over our military men, women, bring them home safe to their family's. Amen <3

Lori Summers
Lori Summers

Help the vets & keep there memories & monuments alive & open

Yvonne Fitzpatrick
Yvonne Fitzpatrick

Welcome Home Ladies and Gentlemen. We make you this promise, We Will Never Forget, or Forget to Thank You for Your Service!!!

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

THANK YOU VETERANS FOR OUR FREEDOMS

R Ray Saikus
R Ray Saikus

March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER" has again been introduced in Congress.
HELP US GET CONGRESS TO FINALLY DELIVER OVERDUE HONOR AND THANKS.
Become a voice for "Those who no longer have a voice or a choice": the 58,282 who lost their lives during the Vietnam War and all of our fellow Veterans who died since then as a consequence of it, the ones who came back with the physical and emotional wounds, and their respective families.
Two actions are in 113th Congress (2013-2014) to...

March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER" has again been introduced in Congress.
HELP US GET CONGRESS TO FINALLY DELIVER OVERDUE HONOR AND THANKS.
Become a voice for "Those who no longer have a voice or a choice": the 58,282 who lost their lives during the Vietnam War and all of our fellow Veterans who died since then as a consequence of it, the ones who came back with the physical and emotional wounds, and their respective families.
Two actions are in 113th Congress (2013-2014) to establish March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER".
U.S. SENATE bill S.409 - A bill to add Vietnam Veterans Day as a patriotic and national observance.
and
U.S. HOUSE resolution H.Res. 235: Expressing support for designation of March 29 as Vietnam Veterans Day.
Please join, ask others to join the MARCH 29th VIETNAM VETERANS DAY "FOREVER" cause http://www.causes.com/march29vietvetday , also sign petition http://www.causes.com/actions/1751882-time-to-deliver-march-29-vietnam-veterans-day-forever

Elizabeth Porter
Elizabeth Porter

We owe our warriors because they have bought a time of freedom for us. "All paid some, some paid all."

Lori Heckman Desko
Lori Heckman Desko

We must honor the men and women fighting for our country. God Bless them all.

Viviana Molina
Viviana Molina

I am a female combat veteran (Iraq 2008). I think that the American public does a good job welcoming us home, I don't think we vets need a parade to show us your support; however, what we do need is the benefits. Medical and mental health care, our GI Bill money so that we can continue with school when we get back home - these are the things that would support us the most. Thank you for the show of support!!

Samuel A Cheatham
Samuel A Cheatham

I am a little up set of the way they are received in america ( they rate everything they get) I am a Viet Nam Vet. and still waiting on my thank you.

Charles Cook
Charles Cook
  • Samuel A Cheatham

Samuel, I make it a point to thank every Vietnam vet I meet for putting it all on the line for the rest of us. I would have gladly served myself, but by the time we entered the war, I had 2 children so they wouldn't take me. Thank you for going for me!

Mary Peterson
Mary Peterson
  • Samuel A Cheatham

Samuel, I thank you from the bottom of my heart! Thankful, also, that you survived!

Diann Bngz Morales
Diann Bngz Morales

Raymond Rowley, Stephen N Russell doesn't want any other vet to ever experience what the Viet Nam vets came home to. Maybe we shouldn't have been there, maybe we should have, but in any case, the way the Viet Nam vets were treated is shameful! It must not ever happen again!!!

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