True Story of War
Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013

Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013

"Suicide India" 1st Platoon of 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division (1967-68). The events are from the daily diary of RM "Cook" Barela, my machine-gunner, from the first day he became a US Marine and shipped to the unpopular war in the Republic of South Vietnam. Sgt.G.N.Dumont,USMC Veteran.

"Purple Heart Riders National Association" is having monthly meetings on the third Thursday of each month as follows: 

Meeting place: 177 Lake Street 'Firehouse' Nashua, NH 18:00 PHR-Granite State Chapter.

Vietnam Traveling Wall
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"The Wall That Heals Tour"

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Southern Nevada Patriot Guard Rdiers

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Rick Foulon
Assistant State Captain
Patriot Guard Riders of Southern Nevada


Nevada Veterans Coalition
12 Nevada Unclaimed Veterans to Receive Military Funeral
In the care of Bunkers Eden Vale in Las Vegas, Nevada
FERNLEY, Nevada (October 3, 2018) – The fourteenth Missing in Nevada mission of the Nevada Veterans Coalition will be held at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery [SNVMC]. This mission will be honoring twelve veterans and one spouse whose remains have been in the care of a local mortuary, yet remained unclaimed.
Services will be conducted with full military honors for the following 12 veterans and one spouse at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct 09 2018 at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 1900 Veterans Memorial Drive in Boulder City, Nevada.
Kenneth Ambler (1939-2007) served in the US AIR FORCE 31 May 1961 - 28 May 1965 Vietnam
Anthony Apruzzese (1950-2008) served in the US ARMY 1 Aug 1968 - 10 Oct 1968 Vietnam
Charles Hueneke (1899-1986) served in the US NAVY 28 May 1942 - 8 Aug 1942 WWII
Charles Iten (1915-1988) served in the US ARMY 08 Dec 1942 - 26 Feb 1946 WWII
Lawrence Joyce (1926-2008) served in the US ARMY 24 Jun 1944 - 25 Apr 1946 WWII
Willie Kauwalu (1928-2007) served in the US ARMY/USMC 17 Dec 1945 - 25 Feb 1960 WWII
Walter Lazzars (1919-1995) served in the US NAVY 06 Mar 1942 - 03 Oct 1945 WWII
Lillian Lazzars (1919-2005)
John Mullen (1927-1994) served in the US ARMY 16 Jul 1948 - 11 Jun 1952 Korea
Lyle Prescott (1892-1948) served in the US ARMY 06 Feb 1918 - 03 Mar 1919 WWI
Raymond Reed (1934-1986) served in the US NAVY 05 May 1952 - 07 Jan 1974 Korea/Vietnam
Alejandro Saez (1938-2010) served in the US ARMY 25 Apr 1963 - 24 Apr 1965 Vietnam
Charles Teneyck (1914-1991) served in the US ARMY 20 Oct 1942 - 17 Nov 1946 WWII
Place of Interment: Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery
Address: 1900 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City, NV
Staging at SNVMC: 11:30 am
Full Honors Service: 12:30 pm
For more information:
Chris J. Naylor, Superintendent
Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery
(702) 486-5920 x221
Government officials, the public and media are invited to attend.
Thank you to Bunkers Eden Vale Mortuary for their vast database to work from; National Personnel Records Center [NPRC] and their vast team of researchers; all our Nevada Veteran Coalition [NVC] members' countless volunteer hours; the Honor Guard and various other escorts; and the staff at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery [SNVMC] for guiding us through the proper procedures to get these veterans home where they belong.
Posted: June 21, 2017

Posted: June 21, 2017



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This Band of Brothers and Sisters, helping each other get through life and the journey to Sturgis, along with fellow veterans, citizens, groups and sponsors supporting this campaign, are the Founding members of The Next Great Tradition.

The inspiration for the ride and campaign began when Indian Dave and Johnny Reno, both Army Airborne veterans who met by chance on their way to the Sturgis Rally in 2014. Dave and Johnny were in the same Army Airborne Unit but served at different times. Dave’s active duty service was over 30 years ago, while Johnny’s was more recent.
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Every Thursday Night at 19:00 Weekly POW/ MIA vigil Meredith, NH

Every Thursday evening at 7:00 PM, people gather at Hersky Park located in Meredith, New Hampshire. The Thursday evening Vigils started in 1989 in an effort to raise awareness about the abandonment of Prisoners of War and those Missing In Action. The First Vigil lasted 15 minutes; one minute to symbolize each year since the United States declared; "There are no more prisoners in Southeast Asia. They are all dead." The vigil now spans 32 minutes. The Meredith POW/ MIA Vigil is believed to be the longest consecutively-held vigil in the United States. There has never been an unattended vigil since its inception. Vigil goers have weathered rain, sleet, snow, hail, thunder, lightning, and even temperatures of -37° F.