|Vietnam Veterans of America|
THE WALL IN THE YEAR OF COVID: It’s been a quiet year at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The crowds and the volunteers are temporarily gone. The ceremonies and commemorations haven’t stopped, however. They’ve just gone virtual.
NAMES TO THE FACES: Pursuing the Last Photos for The Wall: For years people have been locating photos to match the names on the The Wall for VVMF’s Wall of Faces. Now a small group of dedicated volunteers believes it’s about to finish the job.
CYNDY HOLLENDER-STANCLIFF: A Volunteer Romance: The widow of a Vietnam veteran found comfort, meaning, and a richer life as a volunteer at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and uncovered a most unlikely coincidence in the process.
COMMITMENT, COMMUNITY, AND REDEMPTION THROUGH CROCHETING: It’s not an image that immediately springs to mind: a group of incarcerated veterans sitting quietly together crocheting. So why is VVA Chapter 1120 doing exactly that?
THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER: 100 Years On his last day in office, President Woodrow Wilson signed a resolution authorizing the returning to the United States “the body of an unknown American for burial with appropriate ceremonies.”
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