Category Archive: Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans

Vinh Long Outlaws reunite 50 years after deployment

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(Bio credit/Vinh Long Outlaws)The Vinh Long Outlaws Association  was formed from personnel previously assigned to aviation units with lineage to the original and all succeeding Outlaws,Mavericks (later called Bushwhackers), and Roadrunners that deployed… Continue reading

‘Goodnight Saigon’ brings recognition to U.S. veterans

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Co-written by Lois O’Connor and Mike Mc Mahon On Saturday, July 26th Billy Joel played for a sold-out concert at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. The week of the concert, VVMF was contacted… Continue reading

Georgia Students Honor Veterans Through Service Project

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Meet Stephen Quesinberry, an eleventh grade teacher and Department Chair of History and Social Studies at Newnan High School in Georgia. Stephen has been involved with VVMF for a number of years, and… Continue reading

Reflections on Run For The Wall 1989-2013 (Part I)

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By Evo Red   Last year I rode on the 25th Anniversary Run For The Wall (RFTW), the annual cross-country motorcycle ride from California to Washington, D.C. At its heart RFTW is a demonstration… Continue reading

Reflections on Run for the Wall 1989-2013 (Part II)

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By Evo Reed Run For The Wall as implied was a Vietnam thing at it’s inception. Its scope quickly grew to encompass POW-MIA’s from any prior wars and all new conflicts. In line… Continue reading

Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Dedication Ceremony

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By Anneliese Bustillo This past weekend, I had the privilege of attending the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument (TCVVM) dedication ceremony. It was an incredibly moving ceremony honoring the 3,417 men from Texas… Continue reading

Ride Heals, Raises Funds

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“All we need is for everyone to do what you’re doing,” said Jan Scruggs, Founder and President of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. He was speaking to an incredible group of veterans from… Continue reading

Names To Be Added to The Wall

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The names of four American servicemen will be engraved on the black granite walls of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial over the next week, and the status designations will be changed for 13 others… Continue reading

Mourning the Loss of a Dear Friend

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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is deeply saddened by the loss of longtime supporter, Sandy Mayo. The Georgia native was drafted by the Army and he served as a first lieutenant, including a… Continue reading

Before Vietnam

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By David Lucier It was the spring of 1968, it was April, and training had been suspended. I leaned up against the truck’s deep-treaded tire smoking a Winston from a soft pack. It… Continue reading