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Sponsored by: The Veterans Site

The Vietnam War is the longest-running war in American history. It claimed over 58,000 American soldiers.

As the years pass, we must continue to honor veterans and fallen soldiers who sacrificed everything for America in Vietnam.

We cannot forget about the 98,000 who were left disabled, the 5,000 who lost limbs, the 800 prisoners of war, or the 2,000 who, to this day, still have not been accounted for.

We must also pay tribute to the soldiers who returned and faced difficulties coming back into society. Many of them were met with disrespect, the American public having blamed them — not the government — for the war. Many sustained severe PTSD. Some described the after-effects of Vietnam to be worse than the war itself.

Sign the pledge declaring your support for all of the Vietnam service members — both the fallen soldiers and living veterans — for their tremendous sacrifice to our country.

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Petition Signatures

Feb 21, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 9, 2018 Anita Phaneuf
Feb 9, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 8, 2018 Sandra Tucker
Feb 7, 2018 Ruth Rogers
Feb 2, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 30, 2018 Barbara Leary
Jan 28, 2018 Lora Treadway
Jan 25, 2018 Synthia Coplin
Jan 23, 2018 Joyce Davis
Jan 20, 2018 Moira Creel
Jan 17, 2018 cara frame
Jan 16, 2018 Heather Pelletier
Jan 14, 2018 William Parrish Give them the support they didn't get when they got home!
Jan 14, 2018 Louann Schildknecht
Jan 14, 2018 Juanita Montano
Jan 14, 2018 Kathy Carr
Jan 14, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 7, 2018 Donald Moeller I am a Vietnam medic and Desert Storm Army Surgeon. Developed a device to stop nightmares, headaches and sleep disruptions in PTSD and mTBI/PTSD Web site
Jan 6, 2018 Kathy Smith It sickens me when our own American society doesn't show any respect nor appreciation for our families and troops who had served in the Vietnam War, which by itself, was a tragedy to never be forgotten. More than 55,000 Americans died in vain in Vietnam.
Dec 17, 2017 KATHLEEN SHEA
Dec 17, 2017 Janis Ciofalo
Dec 17, 2017 Valerie Romero
Dec 13, 2017 Sue Ellen Lupien
Dec 11, 2017 Jodi Ford
Dec 7, 2017 Raymond Bartlett
Dec 7, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Dec 7, 2017 Ken Stein
Nov 28, 2017 Dorothy Henry
Nov 15, 2017 Patti Wyatt
Nov 12, 2017 DayLynn McDonald
Nov 11, 2017 Octavia DeLaGarza
Nov 11, 2017 Sean Kelly We also must honor the Canadians who came and fought for America. A maple leaf should be placed beside every Canadians name on that wall.
Nov 10, 2017 Lois Freeman
Nov 10, 2017 Vianney Ventura
Nov 10, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Nov 10, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Nov 10, 2017 Joanne Franchi
Nov 10, 2017 Robert Ortiz
Nov 10, 2017 Ashley Lloyd My grandfather, Randolph E Hatton, died in the Vietnam war, nov 14th, the day he was supposed to come back home. He left behind 7 step children, my mother who was 3 at the time of his death, and his pregnant wife.
Nov 6, 2017 Ginger Hipszky this needs to be done.
Nov 4, 2017 Steve Wessel I served and I made it back. I lost many friends there. Remembering those who did not return.
Nov 4, 2017 Frank Diepenbrock
Oct 31, 2017 Jodi Abel
Oct 31, 2017 robert dowling
Oct 30, 2017 Francis Robertson
Oct 25, 2017 Kimberly Wallace
Oct 24, 2017 Richard Batten

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