Vietnam Woman’s Memorial

Vietnam Woman's MemorialThe Vietnam Women’s Memorial Project was incorporated in 1984, and is a non-profit organization located in Washington, DC. The mission of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Map of VietnamFoundation (formerly the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Project) is to promote the healing of Vietnam women veterans through the placement of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial on the grounds of Vietnam Woman's Memorialthe Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.; to identify the military and civilian women who served during the Vietnam war; to educate the public about their role; and to facilitate research on the physiological, psychological, and sociological issues correlated to their service. The Foundation has the support of every major veterans group in the country including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and more than 40 other diverse organizations.

In 2002 The Project changed its name to the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation to better reflect its mission at this time.

Select any of the graphic on this post to visit The Vietnam Woman’s Memorial Foundation website.

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The National Vietnam War Museum


For many Americans, Vietnamese, and others, the war in Vietnam was the defining event in their lives. It was a conflict that divided families and brought violence both to Vietnam and to the United States. Each of us had a Vietnam experience.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. as well as many other community and state memorials have been established to recognize the sacrifice of the 58,260 that gave their lives during that most unpopular and longest war the United States has been involved in to date.

These memorials, which have done much to aid in the healing of the wounds brought on by this conflict, do not provide an opportunity to reflect knowledgeably on the many other aspects of the era. This turbulent period influenced events in much of the world that still affect those who lived through the era, subsequent generations and governments around the globe.

At its peak, over half a million U. S. soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen were serving in Vietnam, the surrounding waters and countries, along with millions of Vietnamese and thousands of Australians, New Zealanders, South Koreans, Thais, and Philippinos.

They, along with their friends and families, have been misunderstood and misrepresented for over thirty years.

When completed, The National Vietnam War Museum will offer an educational environment where people from all over the world can come to remember, learn and understand….


Visit The National Vietnam War Museum

The museum is located on Hwy 180 about 1 mile east of the Mineral Wells city limits and about 45 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas|12685 Mineral Wells Highway, Weatherford, TX

50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration

Click here or the logo to go to The Vietnam War Commemoration site

Vietnam War 50th Anniversary

Vietnam War 50th Anniversary

Click here or the logo above to visit The 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration Site.