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Respecting Vietnam veterans

March 31, 2013

In far too many ways it just doesn’t seem possible that it has been 40 years since the United States pulled out of Vietnam on March 29, 1973, leaving Saigon to fall to the North Vietnamese communist......

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Suttle

Apr-02-13 5:37 PM

The greatest honor to our veterans of Vietnam is to think long and hard before we send our young men and women into harms way without a just cause. Too many times in our history our political leaders have failed to truely appreciate the sacrifices of military families and the losses that they have endured. In Washington, D.C. our politicians think that to be patriotic is wearing a red, white and blue lapel pin. All politicians should be made to serve right up front (close and personal) in all wars that they have supported - now that would be true patriotism.

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Guy007

Apr-01-13 4:06 PM

Vietnam Vets,God Praise,and WELCOME HOME!!!!

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jarhead99

Mar-31-13 2:35 PM

Thanks to all that have served and still served. But a special thanks to the served in Vietnam. The treatment that our troops received after there return from combat was disgusting.

USMC 93-97 U.S. Army 99- still serving and currently deployed.

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denver

Mar-31-13 1:31 PM

U.S. Army 1972-1974

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MisterT

Mar-31-13 10:32 AM

USAF: 1988 to 1992

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concernedtaxpayer

Mar-31-13 8:06 AM

Thank you Denver: 1966-1967 SSG USMC

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denver

Mar-31-13 6:38 AM

We in this country OWE a huge debt of Gratitude to each and every service personal who served our country in whatever capacity, wherever, and whenever they served. They put themselves at risk to defend our countries Freedom, and I am thankful for each and every one of them. As for the Veterans of the Conflict in Vietnam, Welcome Home My Friends. Thank you for your service and God bless you all.

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