Category Archive: Volunteers

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – Janna Hoehn

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – Norm Murray

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – Steve Delp

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – Herb Reckinger

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – David Hine

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

The Volunteers behind The Wall of Faces – Andrew Johnson

by

VVMF recently announced that at least one photo had been found for each of the 58,281 service members listed on The Wall. This effort was completed for dozens of dedicated volunteers across the… Continue reading

How a Vietnam draftee found peace volunteering at The Wall

by

Michael Mc Mahon was drafted to serve in the military in December 1968 and served in Vietnam with the 9th Infantry Division from June 1969 to June 1970. Michael has been a Vietnam… Continue reading

Because of you: A look back at 2019

by

Because of you, VVMF can carry out its mission to honor and preserve the legacy of service in America and educate all generations about the impact of the Vietnam War and era. A… Continue reading

A family changed forever: Honoring a brother killed in Vietnam

by

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

They devote their time to honor the fallen, their “aunts and uncles” on The Wall

by

Huong Le and Thao Phung have come to The Wall since 2011 to honor the service and sacrifice of the more than 58,000 American service members who gave their all in the Vietnam… Continue reading