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Vietnam vets to get 'true homecoming'  
Scheduled for June 13-19 in Branson, Mo  
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Senator Kerry Discusses Elections With Kirkuk Area Leaders
By SGT Sean Kimmons and MAJ Sam Schubert -

KIRKUK, Iraq -
Just two months after the U.S. presidential elections, former presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., flew by helicopter into the U.S. State Department compound here to visit Army, U.S. State Department and provincial Iraqi leaders on January 6th.
 
The reason for Kerry's visit was for him to gain a better understanding of the political and security issues in the Kirkuk Province as part of Iraq's first democratic elections slated for January 30th.
Read more...
 

  Main Team Drives More Than One Million Miles
By MNF-I Public Affairs Combined Press Information Center
 

FORWARD OPERATING BASE SPEICHER, Iraq --
Soldiers of the 701st Main Support Battalion, surpassed one million miles driven without a combat loss in support of the 1st Infantry Division in Iraq.

The million mile mark was reached when a 701st MSB combat logistics patrol returned to FOB Speicher from FOB Summerall on Dec. 28. The CLP, led by Bravo Company's 1st Lt. Tomas Campbell, was greeted by a formation of 701st troops and leaders.

A ceremony, attended by Brig. Gen. Stephen Mundt, the 1st Infantry Division assistant division commander for support, and Col. Paul Wentz, the 1st ID division support commander, was held in the battalion's CLP rehearsal facility.
Read more...
 
Village Assessments in Afghanistan
By Staff Sgt. Bradley Rhen - CTF Thunder Public Affairs Office
 
BORLAK, Afghanistan -
The phrase "remote Afghan village" is nearly as redundant as "frozen tundra." Many villages here are so far off the beaten path it takes a Global Positioning System and some guess work to get to them.
 
Sometimes, the most difficult part of helping some of these remote villages is locating them.
 
On Jan. 6, Soldiers from the Sharana Provincial Reconstruction Team traveled to this village in central Paktika Province to assess it so the PRT can provide assistance in the future.
 
After a three-hour convoy across the snow-covered plains of central Paktika, they arrived at the village of about 1,500 people.
Read more...

  Civil Affairs Delivering Good Will
By Sgt. Antonieta Rico - 10th Mountain Division Public Affairs
BAGHDAD, Iraq -
Among the war-torn people of Iraq, those who cannot voice their suffering are easily overlooked.
 
Some of those people include the children of the Qadisya Institute for Special Needs in Baghdad. Administrative red tape compounds the neglect these mentally and physically disabled children suffer.
 
But Soldiers from the Civil Affairs Team (CAT) A, attached to the 91st Engineer Battalion from Fort Hood, Texas, overcame the red tape on Dec. 28 and successfully delivered a bus to the school. The bus will help carry the children to and from the institute.
Read more...
  

 
Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Induction in Afghanistan
By Staff Sgt. Bradley Rhen - CTF Thunder Public Affairs Office
 
FORWARD OPERATING BASE SALERNO, Afghanistan --
Sgt. Audie Murphy made a name for himself on the battlefields of World War II, earning nearly every medal there is for valor, including the Medal of Honor.
 
It only makes sense then that the club that bears his name does not cease to operate in a combat zone.
 
That was the reasoning for Combined Task Force Thunder to hold a Sgt. Audie Murphy Club board here on Dec. 11. Sixteen noncommissioned officers from across Regional Command East faced the board, and all passed.
 
The new members were officially inducted into the club during a ceremony here Jan. 7.
Read more...

  
  Project to Ease Overcrowding in Dahok
By Nicole Dalrymple, Gulf Region Northern District - US Army Corps of Engineers
 
Mosul, Iraq --
The construction of four brand-new schools for the children of Iraq's northern-most province, Dahok, began in early January. 
           
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in cooperation with local government officials, awarded $1.3 million for the construction of two 12-room two-story schools, one six-room kindergarten, and one nine-room secondary school on Dec. 28.  All work will be done by Dahok province contractors.
           
Read more...
    

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od Bless America
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Were it not for the brave,
there would be no Land of the Free!

Chuck *Doc* Stewart
Syracuse, New York
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Visit the site of Nikki Mendicino, a 15 year old (oops...16 year old now) POW/MIA activist and Veteran Advocate for the past seven years. Read about her many accomplishments and awards. http://nikkiusa.com

A website every Vietnam Vet should see: http://www.vietnamwall.org/
Remember our POW/MIA's
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 Friday, January 14, 2005



Vietnam vets to get 'true homecoming'
Grand-scale, weeklong event with 100,000 to say thank you

Posted: January 14, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern


 2005 WorldNetDaily.com

On the 30th anniversary of the end of the war, Vietnam veterans will be given the "homecoming celebration they never received" at a conference organizers hope will draw 100,000 people.


Vietnam veterans memorial in Washington, D.C.

"During those three decades, the brave men and women who served in that conflict have never been given the recognition they deserve for their heroic sacrifices in service to our country," the organizers, Operation Homecoming USA, say in a statement.

"Now, the time for that recognition has come."

The board of directors for the first-ever national event, scheduled for June 13-19 in Branson, Mo., include entrepreneur and former presidential candidate Ross Perot, chairman emeritus of UPS Stores Jim Amos and NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Smith.

"By honoring those who answered their country's call during a difficult time in our nation's history, the legacy of duty, honor and country will be passed on to America's sons and daughters who will be called to serve in the future," the organizers say. "It's an idea whose time has come."

The weeklong tribute will be capped off by a festival of national acts, including the Oak Ridge Boys, the Fifth Dimension, the Temptations, the Supremes, the Beach Boys, Creedance Clearwater Revisited, Ann-Margret, Mary Wilson, Tony Orlando, Les Brown's Band of Renown with Les Brown, Jr., and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders.

It also will feature a flyover of every type of aircraft used in the war.

During the week, smaller-scale reunions of veterans will be organized.

Operation Homecoming USA said it "approached a broad spectrum of national and regional experts to provide oversight of this sensitive project."

The event comes after a presidential election campaign that revisted some of the war's most contentious issues. But the spotlight on John Kerry's 1972 characterization of Vietnam servicemen as war criminals -- regarded as a major reason why they were scorned -- brought out many veterans publicly to help set the record straight and defend their honor.

A promotional video on the organizers' website says, "Over 3 million proud men and women served their country. Unfortunately, in the political debate, the Vietnam veteran was left on the battlefield."

The video says the idea for the conference began as a conversation between two Missouri veterans, Gary Linderer and Steve Presley.

Speaking at a news conference captured on the video, Amos said putting the event together is "a duty born out of love, and it is the right thing to do."

"What has remained for more than 30 years has been a hole in the heart of America," he said. "Now is the time for healing. Now is the time to welcome home the only veterans group that has never been officially welcomed home in American history."

The event, Amos said, will say "Thank you to our fallen brothers and sisters on the other side of that wall. And, while its been a long time coming, to those Vietnam veterans on this side of the wall, welcome home."


 



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I WENT TO SEE THE BIG BLACK WALL TODAY
GOD BLESS AMERICA TONIGHT
(turn on your speakers)
 
Eric Horner's song "WELCOME HOME"
Lee Greenwood as a guest singer
(turn on your speakers)

   Former CAP Marine Tim Duffie  tduffie@cinci.rr.com  is in contact with Marine Officers of CAP in Iraq.   What CAP did in Vietnam is again working in Iraq!    http://home.earthlink.net/~american_families/id5.html
      Lets help the Iraqi People directly.   Please learn how you can help the Iraqi People in these CAP Villages.   Get involved.   Let the Iraqi People learn the truth of the kindness of the American People.
       If the interest to help is there, maybe something can be started with the right people helping out!    During the Vietnam War, packages of needed goods were sent directly through the U.S. Mail to CAP Marines.   The U.S. Navy Corpsmen could always use some family medical supplies to pass around.  However, because of the War on Terrorism and packages, there might be rules in place now. 
      Sometimes, these villages needed schools.  The CAP Marines and Navy Seabees did the work for free.   However, cost of supplies to build and run the school were donated by CAP Marines' families, friends, former schoolmates, fellow-Church members, etc.   I heard of one CAP Navy Corpsman, who paid for one school himself.
       During the Vietnam War, few Americans ever heard of CAP Villages.    Each of the American Military Branches had their own Civil Action Programs.  Many Americans, who served in Vietnam, had their own personal Civil Action Programs.  (The truth is here on the internet...)


Pictures  From  A  Marine Corps'  CAP Villlage.

TO  KEEP  A  VILLAGE  FREE  LIFE Magazine

DUC  DUC  RESETTLEMENT  VILLAGE  MASSACRE

OFFICIAL  CAP MARINE  Website 
http://capmarine.com/
 

PLEASE  PRESS  THE  NEXT  LINK  TO  LEARN  ABOUT  A  MASSACRE  THAT  THE  AMERICAN  NEWS  MEDIA  DID  NOT  COVER.

PLEASE PRESS THE PICTURE FOR A LARGER PICTURE

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http://home.earthlink.net/~ducducvietnamfriends/an_unknown_massacre_in_vietnam/id8.html
 
 
 
 

WHAT DID JANE FONDA REALLY DO (In Short)
 
 
JANE FONDA AND JOHN KERRY WORKING FOR AMERICA'S ENEMY TOGETHER
 
 
A MESSAGE FROM JANE FONDA ABOUT HER VIETNAM TRIP
 
 
I might be pissing in the wind, but I have to do something...   Please press the link:   

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A  "PRO SE"   PTSD  VIETNAM  VET  WINS  A  LEGAL  MALPRACTICE  CASE  AGAINST  A  VICE-CHAIRMAN  OF  ATTORNEY  ETHICS.
 

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A  PIECE  OF  FORGOTTEN  AMERICAN  HISTORY
 
THE  BATTLE  OF  MINISINK..
 
 HOSPITAL  ROCK
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   Please press the link to learn the details.
 
 

 
 
NEWSWEEK    SCORES  A  BIG  ONE  FOR  THE  TERRORISTS

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"There is... a deep anti-military bias in the media.  One that begins from the premise that the military must be lying, and that American projection of power around the world must be wrong.   I think that that is a hangover from Vietnam, and I think it's very dangerous."
-- Terry Moran, Chief ABC White House Correspondent,    
http://www.hughhewitt.com/
 
 
 
 

 
PLEASE  PRESS  THE  BELOW  LINK  TO  VISIT  OUR  NEWSWEEK  POLL  AND  ADD  YOUR  COMMENTS.
 
 
 

 
 
"In 1982, the public perception of a Vietnam vet was Sylvester Stallone's film character RAMBO, a mentally disturbed and thoroughly fictionalized ex-soldier."
 
 
VETS  WHO  MADE  A  DIFFERENCE
 
 
 
AGENT  ORANGE  IMPORTANT  INFORMATION
 
 

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ALL  VIETNAM  VETERANS  ARE  ELIGIBLE  FOR  AGENT  ORANGE  EXAMS.
PLEASE  PASS  THIS  IMPORTANT  INFORMATION  TO  ALL  VIETNAM  VETERANS,  WHO  YOU  KNOW.

 
 
COMBINED  ACTION  PROGRAM  (CAP)
 
PLEASE  PRESS  THE  BELOW  LIFE  MAGAZINE  COVER  TO  LEARN  ABOUT  THE  VIETNAM  UNIT  THAT  HAD  THE  NICKNAME  "THE  PEACE  CORPS  VOLUNTEERS  WITH  RIFLES."

PLEASE PRESS THE BELOW ARTICLE TO READ
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PLEASE PRESS THE ABOVE ARTICLE TO READ
 
 

SURRENDER  WAS  NEVER  AN  OPTION
The Vietnam War Experiences of a Proud Vietnam Vet.
 

 
PLEASE  PRESS  HERE  TO  LEARN  A  LIST  OF  AMERICAN  CELEBRITIES,  WHO  REALLY  DO  CARE  ABOUT  AMERICA'S  VETERANS  AND  CURRENT  MILITARY

 
PLEASE  PRESS  THE  LINK   TO  LEARN  ABOUT  THE  DUC  DUC   RESETTLEMENT  VILLAGE  MASSACRE
 
 

 
A  MUST  READ  BY  ALL  PATRIOTIC  AMERICANS
 

 

The poem listed on the below website is the  "Dear Vietnam Veteran"  Letter.

International War Veterans' Poetry Archives

 

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JACK CUNNINGHAM

United States Marine Corps
Phu Da, Vietnam
1970 - 1971

Jack Cunningham: Dear Vietnam Veteran


Visit Jack's website,
"Surrender Was Not an Option"
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
THIS   IS   HAPPENING   ACROSS   AMERICA
 
 

 
FOR  THOSE  OF  YOU  WHO  BELIEVE  THAT  JANE FONDA  IS  A  NATIONAL  HERO,  AND  FOR  THOSE  OF  YOU  WHO DON'T  BELIEVE  SHE  IS,  PLEASE  PRESS  THE  BELOW  LINK:

 
 

 
 

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Check out the Viet-Myths website.  We're another group working on trying to get the truth out on the Vietnam War. 
            Regards,
           Mike Benge,
     Former VN POW '68-73
 
 

Examining the Myths of the Vietnam War

A Conference,
under the auspices of The RADIX Foundation,
which took place at Simmons College,
300 The Fenway, Boston MA, 26-29 July 2004


"The Vietnam War was mis-reported by the Media, mis-recorded by the Historians, mis-taught in our schools and mis-applied in addressing policy decisions.
MMMM should replace UUUU as our recognition symbol."
 

Stephen Sherman

http://www.viet-myths.net/OSession01.htm

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In the long run, understanding communications is all up to personal interpretation.  Everyone has different emotional filters based on their life experiences. 

 

TERRI SCHINDLER:   REMEMBER THE KAREN ANN QUINLAN STORY IN 1975

Learn what Karen Ann Quinlan's parents did in her name.   Maybe, something similar could happen in Terri Schindler's name.   (Or you can donate in Terri Schindler's name directly to the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice.)
 
 

 

 
THE  BELOW  ARTICLES  COME  FROM  THE  BOOK
DIRTY  LITTLE  SECRETS  OF  THE  VIETNAM  WAR
 
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From: Tom Spanne

Well, Folks:
 
Jane Fonda has done a mea culpa for sitting on an NVA Triple A gun.  A gun responsible for downing many a US Airman over North Vietnam during that year of 1972.
 
Now Jane is "So sorry," but why?  BECAUSE JANE FONDA IS SELLING A BOOK.  And Leslie Stahl and the rest of the 60 Minutes (CBS) turncoats are helping her facilitate the whole snow job.
 
I thought this was the "Flower Generation."  These were the rabid anti-capitalists, who have now sold out like the rest of their ilk for the almighty buck.
 
Well Jane, on behalf of all Vietnam Veterans  (living and dead) TAKE YOUR MANUSCRIPT, PUT A NICE BORDER ON IT, PUT IT ON A ROLL AND PUT IT WHERE IT BELONGS:  NEXT TO THE CRAPPER!
 
Tom Spanne 2/9/3 Company Corpsman
U.S. Marines 9th MAB

 

Years ago, Jane Fonda stood up for her beliefs in the name and honor of communism.

Now, Jane Fonda is pushing her capitalistic beliefs.   She wants to make money with her new book and new movie. 

Things change...

Years ago, DISNEY made it big on good, moral, honorable, American family stories.  It's when DISNEY changed their format that the Corporation started having problems.

Wal-Mart made it big;  because they advertised everything sold in the store was American-Made.

Boy, how things change!!

    Jack   http://www.CapVeterans.com 

 

 
It wasn't Jane's fault.   It was because her former husbands made her do it.
(SHE  MUST  BE  TRYING  TO  MAKE  A  COMEBACK.
SHE THINKS AMERICANS ARE STUPID...)
 
 

 
 

 
WHAT HAPPENED IN VIETNAM  ON  MARCH  29, 1971   THIRTY-FOUR  YEARS AGO
 

PLEASE  PRESS  THE  DOCTOR  DONOHUE  ARTICLE  TO  LEARN  MORE  ABOUT  POST  TRAUMATIC  STRESS  DISORDER  (PTSD).

PLEASE PRESS TO LEARN MORE ON PTSD
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Help Democracy grow in Iraq.  Be part of the solution...
             Jack_Cunningham

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"A true friend is someone who thinks you are a good egg   

even though he knows 

       you are slightly cracked." 

 
Adopt  An  American  Veteran
 

 
It's time that American Democrat Leaders got behind a solution and pushed it forward, instead of their DOOM and GLOOM forecasts.  John Kerry is still the Democrats top forecaster.  Does any Democrats think the Iraq Election was a major step forward...   Or are all Democrat politicians afraid of John Kerry, Ted Kennedy and their soon to be elected leader, Howard Dean? 
    There must to be some Democrat Politicians, who are NOT afraid of their Far-Left Leadership...?
      Jack
 
Rice: Iraqi Voting Exceeds Expectations
2 minutes ago
Add to My Yahoo!  Top Stories - AP

By ANNE GEARAN, AP Diplomatic Writer

WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (news - web sites) said the Iraqi elections went "better than expected" Sunday, despite incomplete reports about the extent of voter turnout in areas plagued by intimidation and violence.

 
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She also called insurgents "terrible thugs" who will not succeed in stopping voting and the progress of democracy in Iraq (news - web sites).

"Every indication is that the election in Iraq is going better than expected," Rice said on ABC's "This Week."

But Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites), D-Mass., sounded a note of caution in an interview on NBC's "Meet The Press."

"It is hard to say that something is legitimate when whole portions of the country can't vote and doesn't vote," Kerry said.

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STOP  TERRORISM  AT  ITS  VILLAGE  SOURCE.  Support the Marine Corps' Combined Action Program (CAP) and the other Military Branches' Civil Action Programs in Iraq. 

What CAP did in Vietnam is again working in Iraq!    http://home.earthlink.net/~american_families/id5.html 

OFFICIAL  CAP MARINE  Website 
http://capmarine.com/

 
 
Pictures  From  A  Marine Corps'  CAP Villlage. http://home.earthlink.net/~vietnamwar

Americans did it before...   This is not about politics.

Former CAP Marine Tim Duffie  tduffie@cinci.rr.com  is in contact with Marine Officers of CAP in Iraq.   What CAP did in Vietnam is again working in Iraq!    http://home.earthlink.net/~american_families/id5.html      Lets help the Iraqi People directly.   Please learn how you can help the Iraqi People in these CAP Villages.   Get involved.   Let the Iraqi People learn the truth of the kindness of the American People.
       If the interest to help is there, maybe something can be started with the right people helping out!    During the Vietnam War, packages of needed goods were sent directly through the U.S. Mail to CAP Marines.   The U.S. Navy Corpsmen could always use some family medical supplies to pass around.  However, because of the War on Terrorism and packages, there might be rules in place now.  
      Sometimes, these villages needed schools.  The CAP Marines and Navy Seabees did the work for free.   However, cost of supplies to build and run the school were donated by CAP Marines' families, friends, former schoolmates, fellow-Church members, etc.   I heard of one CAP Navy Corpsman, who paid for one school himself.
       During the Vietnam War, few Americans ever heard of CAP Villages.  
 
TO  KEEP  A  VILLAGE  FREE  LIFE Magazine  http://home.earthlink.net/~life_magazine_67
 
OFFICIAL  CAP MARINE  Website 
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