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    40,000 Photos Submitted for Faces Never Forgotten Effort

    02/25/2015 12:19 PM

    VVMF’s Faces Never Forgotten photo collection campaign has reached another milestone. With the addition of the photo of SGT Stephen J. Smith of Convoy, Ohio, VVMF has now reached 40,000 photos collected. The goal of the campaign is to collect a photo for the 58,300 inscribed on The Wall. MORE

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    Board Member William Murdy Recognized As West Point Distinguished Graduate

    02/06/2015 01:01 PM

    VVMF board member William Murdy has been selected as a 2015 West Point Association of Graduates Distinguished Graduate. The Distinguished Graduate Award (DGA) is given to graduates of the United States Military Academy whose character, distinguished service, and stature draw wholesome comparison to the qualities for which West Point strives, in keeping with its motto: “Duty, Honor, Country.” MORE

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    VVMF Partners With The Truckload Carriers Association To Help Bring The Wall That Heals to Communities Across America

    01/28/2015 09:51 AM

    The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) are partnering to bring The Wall That Heals to communities across America. A 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The Wall That Heals honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces during the Vietnam War. MORE

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    VVMF Sponsors 'Citizen Soldier: Fiction of War'

    01/18/2015 12:33 PM

    On January 18th, The Pritzker Military Museum & Library aired Citizen Soldier: Fiction of War, an insightful discussion by Vietnam veterans and award-winning writers Tim O'Brien and Karl Marlantes on the subjects of literature, war, politics, and writing. O'Brien and Marlantes' use of story-telling blurs the lines between fact and fiction, and explores the different ways of speaking about war experiences to an audience. VVMF is a sponsor of the episode. MORE