A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to 'The United States of America' for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

On March 30th, 1973, the last remaining American troops departed Vietnam – coming home to “The World” as they called it. Sadly, the way they returned is a shameful chapter in our nation’s history. Stepping onto US soil, the men and women who bravely served were greeted with protesters, not parades, political agendas instead of acclamations of service. They were not honored for the sacrifices made for country; they were made sacrifices for a war our country couldn't make peace with.

The Vietnam War was controversial –
the heroism of those who served was not.

Regrettably, it took us 36 years to thank them for it.

THE EVENTS

November 6, 2010

Grand Finale, rescheduled from July 4

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THE GALLERY

SAY

THANK YOU

Thank a Vietnam Veteran today, online, by mail, or through an act of kindness.