My Brother in Ashburn, Virginia, United States,
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!
All of us Vietnam Veterans are getting a little older, and as we move into our 60’s and 70’s, we begin to have health problems. Some of these problems are Service connected, some are not. Whether it is a result of your Vietnam War service or not, pain is pain, and sickness is sickness.
The primary goal of this website is to help my fellow Vietnam Veterans be advised of information that affect their lives, and in particular, their health.
We are all aware of Agent Orange health issues, PTSD, and others that are a result of our Vietnam tours. But perhaps there are other health issues that you have valid questions about. If you have a particular ailment that you would like to have more information about, I encourage you to register and notify me in the Comment section of this website. I will research and notify you of the results. If that particular ailment is connected to your Vietnam service, it will be posted on this website.
I look forward to hearing from everyone that visits this website, just leave a comment and let me know what you think of the site.
10/02/2012 – I have added a page called The very first singing of “God Bless America”. Go to that page and read the article before you watch the video. I believe you will enjoy it as much as I did.
01/04/2012 – As all of us are getting older, we are constantly looking for a way to slow down the aging process. I am no exception! Over the past 10 years I have tried every vitamin supplement known to man to slow down the aging process.
Well, I have finally found one that actually works! I have been using this supplement for the past 45 days now, and it actually does what it says it will. That has been a big and welcome surprise to me, as so many of the supplements I have taken in the past have had absolutely no effect.
I invite you to visit this website and take the time to study it. It could be the answer you are looking for to slow down the aging process.
Vietnam Veterans receive the homecoming they never had.
Vietnam veterans were stereotyped and demonized to such a great extent that even the widows of deceased servicemen received late-night harassing phone calls. It has been said by some that at no point in our country´s history have our veterans been hurt more by our own countrymen than by the enemy. For many vets, the homecoming was often a powerful first encounter that made their adjustment to civilian society more difficult. This is the story of a Kentucky base that felt it was time they receive the welcome home that should have been. Produced, shot and edited by Dave Annarino. View more of his stories at www.youtube.com/daveannarino
This is a beautiful video saluting our pilots.