Category Archive: Jan Scruggs

Join the VVMF Honor Guard Today!


JOIN US   Dear Jason, This Veterans Day, honor the men and women who served and gave their lives in Vietnam in service to our Country. I invite you now to become a member of… Continue reading

Veterans Day 2010 at The Wall


For Immediate Release November 4, 2010 Contact: Lisa Gough (202) 393-0090, ext. 109 THOUSANDS TO GATHER AT THE WALL TO HONOR OUR NATION’S VETERANS ON VETERANS DAY Ceremony Will Begin at 1 p.m.… Continue reading

Get involved this Veterans Day


JOIN US     Dear Jason, With Veterans Day less than a week away, can you please help me make this one of the best ever? Here are just a few ways you can… Continue reading

Driving force behind Vietnam memorial honored for service – Local News


Driving force behind Vietnam memorial honored for service – Local News. Shenandoah University awards Jan Scruggs, President and Founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, with public service honor.

Honor their Courage and Sacrifice


JOIN US     Dear Jason, Following are the words of “Bruce from Illinois” in honor of his friend and fellow Army infantryman, Gerald Craig Miller. PFC Gerald Craig Miller and I went to… Continue reading

Jan Scruggs On Success: So Difficult; So Worth it


I am the person who, in 1979, proposed the idea for what would become the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C. This idea came out of my work at American University in graduate school, when I studied and became a recognized authority on what is now known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I earned credentials as an “authority” by publishing articles in the Washington Post and Military Medicine and testifying before a Senate Subcommittee. I was also an infantry veteran of the war.

Education Center to Enhance Vietnam Veterans Memorial

by News Article: Education Center to Enhance Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Jan Scruggs in WashPost thanking IAVA


VVMF founder Jan Scruggs in Washington Post thanking IAVA Executive Director PaulRieckhoff for Never Giving up and supporting our returning vets from Iraq and Afghanistan