Motorcades for groups of Vietnam War veterans will result in rolling highway closures and potential traffic tie-ups Memorial Day weekend.
The Arlington County Police Department announced Monday that there will be temporary closures on I-66 eastbound on Saturday, May 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The closures are in place to allow Vietnam War veterans to travel to…
Photos of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial – Construction and dedication
A group of Vietnam veterans are working on building a memorial at Camp Pendleton for 5th Marines who served in Vietnam.
The proposed Vietnam War Memorial Monument honors the 2,706 Marines, sailors, corpsmen and a chaplain killed in the Vietnam War serving with the 5th Marine Regiment. Their names will be etched in stone on six panels surrounding…
CUMBERLAND – U.S. Navy Seaman Frederic C. Messier Jr., a Cumberland native, was aboard the USS Frank E. Evans off the coast of Vietnam in the South China Sea when the ship collided with an Australian aircraft carrier on June 3, 1969, snapping the smaller American boat in half…
Fallen Never Forgotten will be showing our appreciation to all of those fine men and women who lost their lives defending our freedoms. We will also be presenting our new book, Fallen Never Forgotten: Vietnam Memorials in the USA.
Find us at the National Mall, we will have a tent set-up. Stop in and say hello!
Check out our event calendar for more great events which we will be attending…
HOLMDEL- A new monument honoring both American and South Vietnamese service members who battled alongside one another in the Vietnam War made its debut at the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial on April 30, 2016.
“The veterans of the Republic of South Vietnam not only fought for freedom, but lost many friends and loved ones in the war,” said Bill Linderman, executive director of the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Foundation, after the ceremony.
“They then had to escape from their enemies and bring their families to America. We’re proud of their achievements and the opportunity to pay tribute by dedicating this monument.”
Find further info by visiting www.njvvmf.org