Veterans History Project
DAV Chapter and Department Websites
19th Annual Veterans' Holiday
Free celebration for veterans and their families Dec. 2, 2012 at the Los Angeles
50th Anniversary of
the Vietnam War Commemoration
Honoring Vietnam War veterans and their families, educating the public about the
nation’s longest war.
12th. TAC Fighter Wing Website
Website dedicated to the men and women veterans of the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing
Division, Cu Chi Vietnam
Website for the 1st Battalion (M) 5th Infantry 2nd Brigade of the 25th Infantry
Division, Cu Chi Vietnam.
Division in World War II
Website dedicated to those who served in the 45th Infantry Div. during WW II. Staff
Sergeant Albert R. Panebianco shares his experiences during the war on this site.
70th Infantry Division
Website for the 70th Infantry Division Association contains historical information,
pictures, etc. of this division.
101st Airborne Division
Website dedicated to members and former members of the Army's 101st Airborne Division.
101st Airborne Division Vietnam Veterans
Website dedicated to members of the Army's 101st Airborne Division who served in
106th Infantry Division
Website for the 106th Infantry Division Association with links to a variety of related
150th Combat Engineer Battalion
in World War II
Website dedicated to the men of the U.S. Army's 150th Combat Engineer Battalion
in World War II.
187th Assault Helicopter Company
Website of the 187th Assault Helicopter Company stationed at Tay Ninh, Vietnam.
517th Parachute Combat Team
Website for the 517th Parachute Combat Team includes photos, tributes and other
Website of the A-37 Association, which brings together those who flew, worked on,
worked with, or who admire the "Great Little Fighter".
Website of Accessible Aviation International, Inc., which provides access to flight
instruction for normally-abled and disabled people.
Providing free medically-related flights for veterans.
Alpha Mobility Mission is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to solving personal
transportation issues, whether medical, security-related, or stemming from disability
Americal Division Veterans
Dedicated as a living memorial to all veterans of the Americal (23rd Inf.) Division,
with unit history, locator, reunion page, and a variety of links.
Home page for the American Legion with links and information.
A non-profit providing financial assistance to various veterans organizations and
causes with special emphasis directed to welfare and educational issues facing those
wounded in action, those disabled and families and children of veterans killed in
action during the recent wars.
American Pain Foundation
The American Pain Foundation (APF), a national non profit organization dedicated
to eliminating the undertreatment of pain and improving the quality of life for
people affected by pain, is beginning a new initiative to reach out to veterans
with pain and those that care for them.
American Veterans Traveling Tribute
Internet site for the American Veterans Traveling Tribute, exhibiting replicas of
national monuments and works of art paying tribute to men and women who served in
U.S. armed forces from World War I through the Persian Gulf War.
The Amputee Coalition
of America ACA)
The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) is a national nonprofit amputee consumer
education organization representing more than 500,000 Americans.
Another Source is a nonprofit, nonpartisan journal dedicated to giving a voice to
those directly impacted by violent conflict. Authors discuss their survival of war,
post-traumatic stress disorder, sexual assault and unemployment with soul-baring
A charity that connects deployed soldiers, airmen, sailors, Marines and Coast Guard
members with individuals and entities interested in sending care packages and needed
items across the globe.
Informative Arlington National Cemetery website with many interesting links.
Army Fisher Houses
Located within walking distance of the hospital, Army Fisher Houses provide a temporary
home to families undergoing medical care at nine locations across the United States
and Germany. "providing comfort, caring and compassion...beyond the call of duty"
The Army Historical Foundation
Website of the Army Historical Foundation - a non-profit, tax-exempt organization
dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the American soldier.
Army Retiree and Veteran Related Issues
This site is to serve as the primary entry point into the Army Human Resource Command
for military related human resource inquiries, responding to Soldiers, veterans,
family members, and civilians.
Army Review Boards
The ARBA serves as the highest administrative level for review of personnel actions
taken by lower levels of command and administers the Army Board for Correction of
Military Records and the Army Discharge Review Board.
Asbestos - Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards
Information for veterans and the public on asbestos exposure, including possible
health programs and related VA programs.
Asbestos Exposure and Cancer Risk - National Cancer Institute
A fact sheet about asbestos, asbestos-related diseases, and who to contact for more
Website for Assistive Media, a non-profit entity that produces on-line audio recordings
of literary works free-of-charge for persons with text-reading or other access disabilities.
Association of Birth
Defect Children, Inc. (ABDC)
ABDC provides information to parents and professionals about birth defects, environmental
exposures that may cause birth defects, resources, and support groups.
Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center
Website of the Atlanta VA Rehab R&D Center with information for aging Veterans with
disabilities and those acquiring disabilities as they age, including a variety of
Expands Membership Eligibility
Avue, H.R. on Demand
Website for Avue Technologies Corporation, which has been serving Federal government
agencies with respect to job evaluation and classification, compensation, staffing
and recruitment, performance management and optimization, management-employee relations,
labor relations, and civil rights for more than 17 years.
Back to Bataan
This website is on World War II POW Mr. Alf R. Larson from Minneapolis, MN. Mr.
Larson was a Disabled American Veteran.
Blind Horseshoe Pitchers
This website is for any sighted, visually impaired or blind individual who wants
to be involved in the advancement of horseshoe pitching for the visually impaired
and blind. We need sighted coaches and pitch partners to assist us.
Books for America
This organization has launched a program entitled "Books for our Troops' Kids" which
provides books to children of military families.
Memorial On Line
The Beirut Memorial On Line is a site dedicated to the U.S. Marines, soldiers and
sailors that are veterans of Lebanon.
Bureau of the Public Debt
Website for the Bureau of the Public Debt with information about savings bonds,
T-Bills, notes, and other special purpose securities.
California Department of Veterans
California Department of Veterans Affairs website with news, information, and a
California Homeless Resources
List of Resources for every City in California for people affected by the declining
Camp White Military Museum
This site details information about the Camp White Military Museum, including its
history, photos, and newsletter.
Captioned Media Program
Website for the Captioned Media Program (CMP), which provides more than 4,000 open-captioned
videos free for loan to U.S. citizens with a hearing loss.
The Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC)
CDC web page with information to promote health and quality of life by preventing
and controlling disease, injury, and disability.
CHAMPVA - Department of Veterans Affairs - Health Administration Center
CHAMPVA is a health care benefits program for the spouse or widow(er) and for the
children of a veteran.
Chronic Pain Rehabilitation
The Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program (CPRP), at the Tampa, Florida, VA Medical
Center, is an award-winning, comprehensive, inpatient, chronic pain treatment program
that helps veterans with chronic pain cope with their condition.
Retired Veterans, Become an Agent for Combined Supplemental Insurance.
Congress.Org is your one-stop shop for legislative information. This site includes
a Capital Directory with background, photos, staff info, email, links, and more.
The place to go to contact members of Congress.
Well-known website with legal information that includes recent U.S. Supreme Court
and New York Court of Appeals decisions. Be sure to check out the Cornell Legal
U.S. Department of Defense news about the war on terrorism.
Defense POW / Missing Personnel
The Internet site for the Department of Defense Defense Prisoner of War / Missing
Department of Veterans Affairs
Home page of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs with a wide variety of links
and information for veterans and their families.
Deployment Health Clinical
Deployment Health Clinical Center (DHCC) arose from the studies and treatment for
Gulf War illnesses. DHCC is chartered by the DoD Health Affairs as the clinical
arm of the overall effort to serve soldiers during post-deployment. This site provides
content relevant to health-related issues that soldiers encounter when returning
A website created by a student to honor those who participated in Operation Desert
We are a non profit whose mission is to reduce the unemployment rate amongst disabled
Americans. As a non profit partner of the Department of Defense in their "America
Supports You" initiative, we have just launched an online job application for disabled
American Veterans called Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans or www.JOFDAV.com
. It is offered as a free public service.
We already have thousands of jobs posted and more are coming each day. Please come
and post your resume. Its free and maybe you will find the job that you always wanted.
If you have any questions, please call us at 760-420-1269.
A web site for the entire disabled community. This site is a directory offering
a variety of resources and topics, as well as offering forums and chat rooms.
DoD Safe Helpline, operated by RAINN on behalf of the Department of Defense, is
a secure, anonymous and confidential crisis support service that connects members
of the military community to live sexual assault professionals for one-on-one support.
Easy Safety School
Veteran owned occupational and environmental safety training company offering online
and on-site training throughout the US.
The EC-47 History Site
The EC-47 in Southeast Asia, 1966-1974. 360th, 361st, 362nd Tactical Electronics
Warfare Squadrons & the 6994th Security Squadron and it's Detachments.
Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV)
Through an Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program,
disabled veterans are participating in free business school programs to help them
launch businesses. At universities across the country, EBV programs train post 9/11
veterans, who have been injured in the line of duty in entrepreneurship and small
business management. The program features a brief on-campus portion supplemented
by online training components.
Sponsored in part through a grant by the DAV Charitable Service Trust
This website is designed to assist military families and disabled veterans to shop
smart in obtaining health coverages.
Feds Hire Vets
This website is to assist in the Veterans Employment Initiative.
of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots
The documentary “For Love of Liberty” is now available to schools and libraries
as an educational DVD.
This website is dedicated to U. S. Coast Guard Active Duty, Retired, Reserve, and
Gary Sinise Foundation
The Gary Sinise Foundation serves the nation by honoring service members, veterans,
first responders, their families, and those in need by supporting unique programs
designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities.
Gold Star Wives of America,
An organization of military widoes/widowers whose spouse died while on active duty
or from service-connected disabilities.
- Suncoast Inc.
Serving West Central Florida, Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, Inc. is a nonprofit,
community-based organization whose purpose is to improve the quality of life for
people who are handicapped, disabled, and/or disadvantaged or aged.
A government site that has you answer a short series of yes/no questions and then
returns a list of federal benefit programs for which you may be eligible.
Guide to Military
A website that locates America’s Military monuments of World Wars I & II, Korea,
Vietnam, and Desert Storm by state and city.
Hire Disability Solutions
"Our mission at Hire Disability Solutions is to give all who want a chance to succeed,
the opportunity to succeed," said Jeff Klare, CEO of Hire Disability Solutions.
America's Premier Independent Employment Job Board exclusively for U.S. Military
Veterans. Post Your Resume and Find Your Veterans Job Now.
for our Troops
Building Specially Adapted Homes for Our Severly Injured Veterans at No Cost to
the Veterans We Serve.
Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum, Pier 86, 12th Ave. & 46th Street, New York, N.Y.
10036 - Public Information Line: 212-245-0072.
Khe Sanh Veterans
website dedicated to all who served and died at Khe Sanh, Vietnam, 1962 - 1972.
Photos, links, and information.
The Korean War Veterans
National Park Service information on The Korean War Veterans Memorial honoring the
men and women who served in Korea.
The Korean War Project
Website dedicated to Korean War and DMZ veterans.
Library of Congress Catalog
The ultimate library catalog. This site can help locate obscure books.
Library of Congress Sales
The Library of Congress' retail program has partnered with the Veterans History
Project (VHP) and has developed a series of images and gifts that it is offering
for sale to the general public.
Lotsa Helping Hands
Lotsa Helping Hands provides a free caregiving and volunteer service that allows
for the creation of private web-based communities to organize and help military
families in need.
The Lynbrook VFW welcomes all former or current members of the armed forces that
deployed to war, a combat operation, or a peace keeping operation.
Corps Heritage Foundation
The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation directly supports the historical programs of
the Marine Corps in ways that might not otherwise be available through appropriated
McKayla Reece - Country
Venturing the country to show support of the DAV.
Research dealing with the memories of active and retired military personnel.
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels - Find senior meal programs or volunteer your time. MealCall.org's
meal program directory has the largest database of meal programs in the U.S.
Mesothelioma Awareness Day - September 26th
The establishment of Mesothelioma Awareness Day will help raise public awareness
of the disease, how its latency can adversely affect the good health of many people,
and for the immediate need to do research and discover an effective treatment or
cure for this deadly cancer.
Mesothelioma Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment on MedicineNet.com
Most people present with complaints of shortness of breath. They also can have complaints
of chest pain. Surprisingly, this pain is often not pleuritic; that is, it does
not get worse with deep breathing. This is surprising in that the pleura (outer
surface of the lung) is often involved in this disease, and most other diseases
involving the pleura are often associated with pleuritic pain (pain that worsens
with deep breathing). Patients may also be asymptomatic, with the disease discovered
by physical exam or an abnormal chest X-ray.
Milicruit and the Wounded Warrior Project are pleased to invite you to a veteran
only virtual career fair. Click
to register for the Career Fair unlike any other, taking place live
June 17th, 2010 and on demand until June 22, 2010.
We connect highly viable candidates with government jobs and federal jobs as well
as outstanding civilian employers. We offer many resources to obtain outstanding
government, federal and civilian jobs.
MilitaryHOMEFRONT is the central, trusted, up-to-date source for Service members
and families to obtain information about all Quality of Life programs and services.
From this site, you can type in "Military Severely Injured Center" in the "Search"
to find information about the 24-hour-a-day Military Severely Injured Center which
provides personalized assistance for all severely injured service members and their
families. It helps veterans deal with issues and needs related to medical care and
rehabilitation; education, training and job placement; personal mobility and function;
home, transportation and workplace accommodations; personal, couple and family relationships;
financial resources; and other aspects of their lives.
A premier website for military personnel and their families. This site provides
commissary coupons, contests, military news and other resources.
Military City Online Web
This website provides the latest military news and a database of over 4 million
military people, that you can search to find an old friend. Contains details on
military installations, downloadable files, bulletin board discussions, a Vietnam
Veterans Memorial site, and an extensive free area.
Loads of military links of interest to veterans and their families.
Military Officers Association
This site contains resources ranging from member services to assistance with personal
military-related matters, as well as a variety of related links.
Military Officers' Benevolent
Website for the purpose of providing scholarships to high school seniors and financial
assistance to eligible families.
Military Woman Home Page
A meeting place for military women to exchange information and offer information
to women thinking about a military career.
The Mission Continues
Nonprofit organization that empowers disabled veterans to serve in their communities.
Monterey Bay Veterans, Inc.
Monterey Bay Veterans, Inc., Sports Rehab Center provides recreation programs for
all disabled veterans and persons with disabilities.
The Montford Point Marine Association is a nonprofit Veteran organization, established
to perpetuate the legacy of the first African American Marines, and to support educational
assistance, veteran programs, and promotion of community services. The Association
works to improve the social conditions of our veterans, local families, youth and
the growing population of senior citizens.
My Virtual Reference Desk
Containing links ranging from acronyms to the Yellow Pages, 'My Virtual Reference
Desk' is a great way to find what you're looking for.
NASA Jobs Website
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is an independent United
States government Agency. As explorers, pioneers and innovators, we boldly expand
frontiers in air and space to inspire and serve America and to benefit the quality
of life on Earth. Search this website for information on using the automated application
system, NASA STARS, as well as a job notification service and job search capabilities
to find current job opportunities.
National 4th Infantry Division
The National 4th Infantry (IVY) Division Association website, with photos, information
and Records Administration
Website for the National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records NPRC(MPR),
the repository of millions of military personnel, health, and medical records of
discharged and deceased veterans of all services during the 20th Century.
National Association of Atomic
Webpage for the National Association of Atomic Veterans.
National Association for Uniformed
Webpage for the National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS).
National Association of State
Directors of Veterans Affairs
Internet site for the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs
with information and links of interest to veterans.
National Institutes of Health
The National Institutes of Health website includes the latest health information
from A to Z, and access to home pages for all 25 of the institutes and centers that
make up NIH.
Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress
Through a national network of regional libraries, NLS Talking Books offers a wide
selection of books and magazines in audio and braille, as well as music scores in
braille and large print, directly to veterans and other qualified American residents
National Order of Trench Rats
Profile of the D A V's National Order of Trench Rats, established in 1924. Site
includes headquarters address, history, listing of coming events, links, and other
National Organization on Disability
The mission of the National Organization on Disability (N.O.D.) is to expand the
participation and contribution of America’s 54 million men, women and children with
disabilities in all aspects of life.
The National Purple Heart
The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor commemorates the extraordinary sacrifices
of America's servicemen and servicewomen who were killed or wounded in combat.
This website is to provide a single point of access to a wealth of information from
more than 10,000 sites by federal, state and local governments and organizations
offering services for wounded warriors.
Navy Club of the U.S.A
Chartered by an Act of Congress in 1940. This is a National Service Organization
made up of citizens of the United States who have served, or are now serving in
the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Navy Seabee Veterans of America,
The official website of the Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Inc.
NavyOnLine is a gateway to United States Department of the Navy online resources.
It includes the NavyOnLine fact sheet, Navy Public Affairs Library, answers to frequently
asked questions, the Blue Angels schedule, Navy News Service, and more.
The Nursing Home Abuse Center is an informational website created to help the elderly
and their loved ones who are concerned about nursing home abuse and neglect. Our
site covers everything from signs of nursing home abuse to what steps to take if
you suspect abuse.
The Office of Disability
Formerly The President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, this
organization seeks to facilitate communication, coordination, and promotion of public
and private efforts to enhance employment of people with disabilities.
The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) supports programs
that assist in educating children with special needs, provides for the rehabilitation
of youth and adults with disabilities, and supports research to improve the lives
of individuals with disabilities.
Outpost of the 1st Cavalry
Division and Subordinate Commands
Website featuring the U.S. Army 1st Cavalry Division and its Subordinate Commands'
historical background, heritage, and lineage.
Pearl Harbor Memorial
Website for the Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund. The PHMF strives to rebuild and enhance
the museum and visitors center for the USS Arizona Memorial. The vision of the Pearl
Harbor Memorial Museum and Visitor Center is to be a tribute, an archive, a classroom—but
most of all, an unforgettable experience.
Barracks Veterans Park Wall
Provides a picture gallery of the Veterans Wall on the former Plattsburgh AFB Plattsburgh,
NY known as the Plattsburgh Barracks Veterans Park.
This network of websites enables you to find elected officials, candidates, persons,
groups, organizations, interests, causes, associations, parties, entities, agencies
and departments that are directly or indirectly involved in politics, public policy
and government throughout the United States.
POW - MIA
Website in memory of our never-forgotten loved ones.
of War Committee of Michigan
Website for Michigan organization supporting POW-MIAs.
Website containing a collection of WWII letters to and from home.
A non-profit organization helping to provide jobs in health and fitness for veterans
and others with physical disabilities.
National Memorial Day Concert Page
Highlights the National memorial Day Concert airing live from the west lawn of the
U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., each year. This site also contains a
great list of veteran-related links.
The only nationwide, full-service military-to-civilian recruiting firm, a free and
comprehensive service for all veterans, regardless of rank or branch.
Reel American Heroes
A foundation that promotes recreational opportunities for active duty soldiers and
retired or injured veterans of the United States Military.
Website featuring information to assist military reunion planners via the Reunion
Saints and Heroes
Click to view website.
Providing Segways for recently disabled veterans.
ServiceNation is a campaign to increase service opportunities and elevate service
as a core ideal and problem-solving strategy in our society.
Social Security Administration
Contains a wide variety of information about the Social Security Administration
and related links.
Dedicated to the men and women who served at Soesterberg Air Base from 1954-1994.
A website dedicated to members and former members of the U.S. Army Special Forces
(including U.S. Army Reserve and U.S.Army National Guard).
Support Your Troops
A website for people to share not only text messages of support - but also video
messages. They record both public and private messages for our men and women serving
away from home.
Swift Boat Crew Directory
Information about COASTAL SQUADRON ONE - Swift Boat Crew Directory.
Thomas Legislative Information
on the Internet
A wealth of legislative information made available as a service of the U.S. Congress
through its library.
TWC Job Quest
A site, designed by and maintained by a D A V Life Member and a local Veterans Employment
Representative employed by the State of Texas. Packed with employment information
and links of interest to veterans.
U.S. Army Ranger Association
Website for the U.S. Army Ranger Association.
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) website, with information related to labor issues
and topics, including an 'Employment Laws Assistance for Workers and Small Businesses'
The home page of the U.S. Government Printing Office, which informs the Nation by
producing, procuring, and disseminating printed and electronic publications of the
Congress, executive departments, and other establishments of the Federal Government.
U.S. House of Representatives
The U.S. House of Representatives website.
The U.S. Senate website.
Uniformed Services Family Health
Website detailing the Uniformed Services Family Health Plan (USFHP) an added healthcare
option available in seven areas of the country.
United States Air Force Home Page
The U.S. Air Force website.
United States Army Home Page
The U.S. Army website.
United States Coast Guard Home
U.S. Coast Guard website.
U.S. Dept. of Labor Veterans'
Employment and Training Service
Helps veterans, reservists, and national guard members in securing employment.
United States Marine Corps Home
The U.S. Marine Corps website.
The United States Navy
Website of the United States Navy Memorial Foundation, founded in 1977, honoring
all who have served in the sea services, and perpetuating their heritage, values,
United States Senate Committee
on Veterans' Affairs
Website for the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
US Marine CAP Program, Vietnam,
Website dedicated to the Marines, Navy Corpsmen and others affiliated with the Marine
Corps Combined Action Program during the Vietnam War.
Official Website of the USO.
USS Hissem, DE/DER-400 ship served from WWII through the Vietnam War.
U.S. Veterans Resource
Website of the U.S. Veterans Resource which contains a wide variety of information
and links of interest to veterans and their families, including a listing of state
and county Veterans Service Offices.
VA Benefit Blog
This blog is focused on providing veterans with the most current news and information
on the benefits they have earned through serving our country so valiantly.
The goal of the Vet Center program is to provide a broad range of counseling, outreach,
and referral services to eligible veterans in order to help them make a satisfying
post-war readjustment to civilian life.
The Veterans Consortium
Pro Bono Program
The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program provides free attorneys to veterans and
their qualifying family members who have an appeal pending at the U.S. Court of
Appeals for Veterans Claims.
The Veterans Corporation
This site is for those who want to take advantage of the services, talents, and
skills of the Veteran business community. Whether you are a Veteran business owner,
a Veteran thinking about starting your own business, or you want to support Veteran
business ownership, this site offers the tools, information, and resources you need.
Getting veterans outside and to challenge them in physically demanding team settings
and ultimately, to tell that story to the broader veteran and non-veteran community
through pictures, trip reports, participant testaments, and film.
The Veterans Hour
Informational site about veterans issues.
The Veteran's Job
5 Star Recruitment, “The Veteran’s Job Link” is an innovative website dedicated
to uniting Military-friendly companies with men & women who have completed their
service and are seeking civilian careers.
The Journal is a free internet publication which has been distributed weekly for
10 years to its subscribers and carries information and articles relevant to military
personnel (active and retired) and friends of the veteran community.
Veterans News and Information
Support information and links of interest to the Veterans Community.
The Veterans Rest Camp
Internet site of the Veterans Rest Camp - a resort/camping facility in Minnesota,
originally started by the D A V in 1926, catering to all veterans, with priority
to disabled veterans.
An Internet site for veterans who served and those veterans who serve veterans.
Vietnam Dog Handler Association
Internet site for the Vietnam Dog Handler Association (VDHA), made-up of over 1,200
Vietnam Veterans, 90% of who served as dog handlers, veterinarian technicians, and
The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots
The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) website - an organization dedicated
to the traditions of valor of rotary wing aircrews that flew in Southeast Asia during
the Vietnam Era.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
National Park Service information on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
in Angel Fire, New Mexico
Constructed by the family of Dr. Victor Westphall whose son was killed in an enemy
ambush in Vietnam, the Memorial in Angel Fire, New Mexico is the first Memorial
for Vietnam Veterans.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
The official website of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. This site also contains the
official Database/Search Engine for The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
A searchable website dedicated to providing the most up to date and accurate information
regarding the Names on The Wall in Washington DC.
The Virtual Wall Vietnam
Visitors may leave personal tributes, letters, poems, and photos to the women and
men who died in Vietnam.
The White House
This is the White House website with lots of information including email addresses
for the president and vice president.
Writing Project for Injured, Disabled and Hospitalized Veterans.
The non-profit Wilderness Institute hosts the bi-annual "Wheel to the Sea" event
for free for veterans who use wheelchairs. They also offer a Therapeutic Ropes Course
and Leadership Programs for veterans.
Women in Military Service
for America Memorial
"Relive the past, experience the present, and envision the future of America's Servicewomen".
Women Marines Association
A non-profit veterans association comprised of women who have served in or who are
currently serving in the US Marine Corps.
Working With Kids
WorkingWithKids was formed to offer a unique reference point on working with children
as a career or in voluntary work.
World War I: Trenches on
An Internet History of The Great War - very interesting and educational.
World War II -
45th Infantry Division
Website for the future World War II Veterans of the 45th Infantry Division, 157th
World War II Memorial
Website for the future World War II Memorial. Learn how you can help and view pictures
of memorial construction progress.
World War II - U.S. Veterans Website
Dedicated to the men and women from the United States who made the ultimate sacrifice
during WWII for the good of free people everywhere.