Veterans' Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Category: Personal Experiences

The veterans of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana set up an Appreciation Day for local law enforcement agencies. Each agency was presented an engraved plaque thanking them for their service by the veterans of Ouachita Parish.

Why veterans should vote

Category: Personal Experiences

Veterans must continue to serve to defend and protect the Constitution by voting. Voting is the greatest weapon that citizens have to protect the Constitution and the freedoms that we enjoy. Low voter turnout leads to bad government. Federal elected official’s decisions effect the military and veterans for decades.

Realm of the Golden Dragon

Category: Books

This is the story of a small Coast Guard Cutter and her crew on an epic voyage across the Pacific in the period between 1966 and 1968 which included service in Vietnam.

The Vets Are All Gone

Category: Poetry

The vets are all gone who served in WWI.

A Vietnam Photograph, a Chaplain, and a Marine

Category: Personal Experiences

The above photograph hangs at the top of a section in the National Museum of the Marine Corps that honors Chaplain service in Vietnam. But very little information is given about the circumstances or individuals seen in the photo. This article provides fascinating details previously unknown about this iconic and haunting Vietnam photograph.

"Vietnam Convoy Trucker" Book and the 319th Transportation Company.

Category: Books

True story

Duke the Dog Who Saved My Life

Category: Books

Veteran who overcame disability.

For My Scouts

Category: Poetry

West Fargo, ND

Viet Nam era veteran writes historical novel--TO END ALL War

Category: Books

Nicholas Lambros has written a novel that brings three siblings, two brothers and their younger sister, into The Great War of 1914-1918.

What do you see..?

Category: Poetry

A Vietnam veterans struggles in society.

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