VV Day

Help Bring Self Respect Back to our Heroes

Help Bring
Self Respect
Back to our Heroes

<div>The Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017, established The National Vietnam War Veterans Day that will, henceforth, be celebrated each year on March 29. </div> <div style="text-align: start;"><br> </div> <div style="text-align: start;">WE, the Vietnam Veteran and our families, are proud to know that there is a national day of recognition to the sacrifice given by over 2 million soldiers and the ultimate sacrifice paid by the 58,195 men ad women who's names are etched in granite on "The Wall" </div> <div style="text-align: start;"> </div> <div style="text-align: start;">After the 44 years, 2 months, and 2 days this recognition, Vietnam War Recognition Veterans Day, March 29th of each year, is reinforcing the previous announcement to the world, by then President Richard M. Nixon made on January 23rd,1973, that:</div> <div style="text-align: start;"> </div> <div>  January 27, 1973 is "Victory in Vietnam Day".</div> <div>On that date, the Paris Peace Accords were signed by North Vietnam, Viet Cong, Republic of South Vietnam and the United States of America. </div> <div style="text-align: center;"> <h2>The veterans who served, suffered, and died, actually "WON the Vietnam War".   </h2> </div> <div> <p> Thank You for visiting this website.  You show that you are interested in the truth about the ending of the War in Vietnam.  By reading this information it shows that you are concerned about the struggle of every family that lost a loved one in the Vietnam War.  It also shows that you are aware of the cloud of negativity hanging over the heads of a large percentage of the Vietnam Veteran.   The families of every soldier killed in Vietnam had to grieved in their own deafening silence.  Like every soldier that returned from Vietnam.  We were told not to speak of our service, to not wear our uniforms, and keep our heads low.  We did that from the day we landed back in the Continental United States, our home.  The soldiers that served, mostly unwillingly, have continued the fight, not only the horas of War in our minds, but we also fight a war that was, and is to this day, undeservedly and unnecessary.  The war of the outcast image place upon us by our own country. </p> <p> </p> </div> <div>It is time we, all Vietnam Vets, start holding our heads up, walk with a new mission of purpose, confidence, determination, passion, and love of country, BECAUSE WE ARE WINNERS. <br> <br> We are Winners, We Won the Vietnam War, We accomplished our mission, We are not losers, baby killers, or murderers.<br> <br> Why we were there can be discussed, but the actual outcome cannot be up for debate.  The Paris Peace Accords were signed by North Vietnam, the Viet- Cong, South Vietnam, and The United States of America.<br> </div> <div style="text-align: left;"> <div style="text-align: center;"> <h3>The War was OVER. </h3> </div> <div>Our POWs begin coming home, combat troops were coming home.</div> </div> <div>The years after, seems to have had a more traumatic effect on me than the combat days in the Central Highlands of South Vietnam.  Even though I was miserable, scared, tense, and angry every moment of the day and night, my overwhelming and ever-present thought was to protect my "Battle Brothers".  That kept me sane.  Accomplish my missions and bring everyone come back alive.  But back at home, I was not in danger of getting killed by a VC bullet or a B40 rocket.  I was in College, but I was still miserable, scared, tense, and angry every moment of the day and night because the news media kept throwing it in my face how we were losing the war.  This constant barrage of the negativity turned the public's opinion to hate me and my reception from the America I fought for was the overwhelming factor forming the self worth belief in myself.</div> <div>Please come and join the mission of V V Day charity.</div> <div>Letting every Vietnam Veteran know that :</div> <div><br> </div> <div></div> <div>"Won the War in Vietnam"</div> <div><br> </div> <div>From: January 27, 1973</div> <div>To: April 30, 1975</div> <div>2 Years, 3 Months, & 3 Days</div> <div>"Victory in Vietnam"</div> <div><br> </div> <div>Please join in the efforts to:</div> <ol> <li class="g-my-10"><strong>Have the actual recognition of "Winning the Vietnam War" added to the March 29th National Vietnam War Veterans Day</strong></li> <li class="g-my-10"><strong>Order "FREE" encouragement cards and pass them out to anyone that will listen</strong></li> </ol>

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