A family changed forever: Honoring a brother killed in Vietnam


Richard B. Murphy, known as Dick to all who knew him, was the second of ten children in a large Irish-Catholic family. They hailed from Norwood, Massachusetts where their dad was the police… Continue reading

‘Wonderful family men’: Honoring brothers, dad who died due to exposure to Agent Orange


Steven Wright grew up the youngest of three siblings. He constantly looked up to his two older brothers, Pat and Terry.  All three were very close – all three looked after the other.… Continue reading

‘Be Good’: Remembering a father lost, Gold Star daughters embark on a path to healing


“If anything should happen to me, please don’t let me die to Sharon and Becky. Be Good, Steve.” U.S. Air Force Captain Stephen A. Rusch wrote these words in his last letter home… Continue reading

Honoring a brother on The Wall and a husband lost to exposure to Agent Orange


You are always in my thoughts and prayers. I…will always miss you. Sharon Peacock Brotherton wrote this remembrance on VVMF’s Wall of Faces page in honor of her younger brother, Thomas Peacock, in… Continue reading

VVMF partners with TranscribeMe to provide translated facts sheets about The Wall


More than 5 million people visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial each year in Washington, D.C.  While they come from all over the world, until recently, there was no information for them in any… Continue reading

Anzac Day: Remembering Australian and New Zealand allies who sacrificed


Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.” The… Continue reading

534 Vietnam veterans to be honored through the In Memory program in 2019


VVMF’s In Memory program honors Vietnam veterans who returned home and later died as a result of their service. These veterans are not eligible for inscription on The Wall under Department of Defense guidelines. In Memory is… Continue reading

The Red Scarves: Veterans of ‘Fox Force’ recon platoon to hold 50th reunion at The Wall


The Red Scarf is the symbol of the Reconnaissance Platoon of the 1st Battalion, Company E,  14th Infantry, 4th Infantry Division, a unit then known as Fox Force. Today, it remains a symbol… Continue reading

The Wall That Heals has successful first stop of 2019


The Wall That Heals made its first stop of 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. The mobile exhibit rolled into town on Tuesday, February 26 and spent four days honoring and remembering veterans. The visit… Continue reading

Comrades honor crew members who died 50 years ago on Valentine’s Day


“I will never forget that sound,” David Adams says as a helicopter flies over the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The rumbling sound is similar to the UH-1 Huey helicopters he rode in 50 years… Continue reading

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