Category Archive: Today We Remember

Bruce Springsteen Honors MIA With Song

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In the mid-1960s, a New Jersey shore band exploded onto to the music scene with a British invasion-inspired sound and a particularly charismatic lead singer. The Motifs was a sensation in the area… Continue reading

Children sell poppies to honor veterans

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As we were opening the mail at VVMF’s office in Washington, D.C., a lovely little felt flower fell out of an envelope. The poppy pin was accompanied by a note and check for… Continue reading

VVMF Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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This week marks the end of Hispanic Heritage Month and we’d like to share this video with you featuring David Zayas, from TV’s Dexter, honors the 3,031 Hispanics heroes that made the ultimate sacrifice… Continue reading

Until They Are Home: Army Sgt. Major Danang McKay

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U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Danang McKay is the Command Senior Enlisted Leader at Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command. I’m constantly reminded of why we continue America’s search for our missing heroes; at the Joint POW/MIA Accounting… Continue reading

Until They Are Home: CJ Cole

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I am an American. I believe in the men and women that fight to keep me free, and I honor those who have fallen before. I am an American, and I support my… Continue reading

Until They Are Home: Pam Cain

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As an MIA daughter, National POW/MIA Recognition Day has special significance: it is a day that I take more time to focus on what my father and others like him gave to their… Continue reading

National Day of Service and Remembrance

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At the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, we work hard to honor veterans every day of the year. But on September 11th, the National Day of Service and Remembrance, we wanted to get out… Continue reading

Reflections on 9/11: Kimberly Rescorla

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My father began his military career in the United Kingdom at the age of 16 before coming to the United States and remained a member of the military until his retirement at age… Continue reading

Reflections on 9/11: Justin Constantine

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War is vicious, brutal and traumatizing, and never is there a true “winner.” Everyone loses to some degree–one just needs to look at the growing number of wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan, the… Continue reading

Reflections on 9/11: Arthur H. Wilson

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Eleven years ago our nation was forever changed by the cowardly acts of terrorists, attacked on our own soil. It was no surprise to me when after the attacks young men and women… Continue reading