Tag Archive: Agent Orange Awareness

Left at The Wall: Prosthetic leg symbolizes the lingering toll of war


After the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. was built, visitors began unexpectedly leaving items of remembrance as a way of honoring those who served. Since the dedication of The Wall in 1982,… Continue reading

My Dad and Agent Orange: Why it’s personal to me


This blog post was written by Heidi Zimmerman I want to share with you why this Agent Orange Awareness Day is personal to me. My Dad served our country proudly in the United… Continue reading

Shedding candlelight on Agent Orange awareness


The Vietnam War officially ended 45 years ago, but for many veterans the fighting continued after they got home. Exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam has claimed the lives of an estimated 300,000… Continue reading