Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park
Newly dedicated monument May 7, 2008 at the Ledge Street School and sports field, find the flag pole you find the Memorial Park - Nashua, NH. This Vietnam Memorial is to these 18 souls who "Gave All" for their Country.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Ceremony - New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery - Boscawen NH 2009
NH State Veterans Cemetery at Boscawen, NH - Veteran bikers rally to attend the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Service July11, 2009
NH State Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen, NH - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Service, July 11, 2009
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Service at the NH State Veterans Cemetery,Boscawen, NH July 11, 2009 left to right: Purple Heart Riders Association President-Al "Scout" Grow, PHR Treasurer-Ray Belanger, PHR VP-Paul Martin, PHR Chaplain-Jerry Dumont.
Boscawen NH Veterans Cemetery, Wall of NH Vietnam Veterans who were killed during the Vietnam War, July 11, 2009
Vietnam Veterans Ceremony
Nashua, NH-Memorial Day Parade 2009
WWII Veteran Marine "Kid" Sharkey rides in style in the Memorial Day Parade 2009
First in the nation state to create and issue New Hmpshire Medal Of Honor, Medal and Ribbon.
Civil War Hero and Medal of Honor recipient William L S Tabor while serving in the "Grand Army of the Republic" 1840's Service was at Forest Hills Cemetery Derry, NH-May 30, 2009 Photo by: Jerry Dumont-MOPH804.org
Purple Heart Day August 7, 2008
A short memorial ceremony at the "Purple Heart" Monument in Deschenes Oval RR Sq. Nasha, NH. at the WWII Memorial.
Friday, August 7, 2009
MOPH 'Americanism Officer' Dave Smith, gives a short history on the "Purple Heart Medal" on Friday, August 7, 2009 at "Deschenes Oval" Nashua, New Hampshire.
Friday, August 7, 2009
Members of MOPH Chapter 804 Nashua, N. H. attend "Purple Heart Day" ceremony.
Friday, August 7, 2009
WWII Marine Corps Veteran "Tarawa" survivor, Maurice A. Sposato 92 attends the Purple Heart Memorial ceremony at Deschenes Oval Nashua, New Hampshire.
"Purple Heart Medals" to Veteran POW's of WWII and Korea who died while in captivity.
Opening Ceremony at the NH State Veterans Cemetery Boscawen, NH - Saturday, August 8, 2009 - First in the nation in recognizing "Purple Heart Medals" for POW's and their families of New Hampshire men killed in captivity during World War II and the Korean War. Certificates were given to 35 of 61 family members.
Posted: August 13, 2015
Hip-Hop - Veteran Theme Song -
Wounded Warrior Project
Welcome Home Vietnam Vets
Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013
DC Rolling Thunder & PHR Run
Welcome Home Veterans
Veterans Day Ceremony Pahrump,
Posted: Saturday, November 12, 2011
Pahrump, NV Veterans Day Ceremony
A cool overcast morning at the VFW Post 10054, the gathering of veterans, family and friends for the Veterans Day Ceremony. The list of guest speakers stepped to the podium and gave their orations, followed by a ceremonial of the posting 'Old Glory' by the local Jr. ROTC, the playing of "Taps" and closing prayer. A pig roast was made available to all that attended the ceremony afterwards. What a great way in 'Remembering Our Veterans' on this special day.
The Purple Heart Riders are now in Pahrump, Nevada.
Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony
Posted: Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Uploaded by warrenmichaels on Nov 23, 2007
Warren Michaels was asked a by a representative of the National Order of the Purple Hearts to Compose a song for the National Purple Hearts Hall of Honors. This request came on the same day of the performance of his anthem for the statue of Liberty"Ladyby the Sea" by the Elite "Madrigals" at the Hall as a tribute to the veterans on November 12th. this Song was written the very next day on Nov 13th ,2007 ,submitted for copyright and presented to Mr Ali as Requested Nov 15th. Mr Michaels' has been recently noted as one of the most prolific Writers of Patriotic Music in Modern times. Also in his repertoire is a song written for "Toys for Tots" train
Posted: Saturday, November 13, 2010
N.H. State Veterans Cemetery Boscawen, New Hampshire
Photos By: PurpleHeartRiders; Music By: Steve Vaus, "I am America". "Amazing Grace".
Posted: Saturday, October 23, 2010
Homeless Veterans Stand-Down Harbor Homes Nashua, New Hampshire.
Photos by: Jerry Dumont 19/21/10
Laying of the Wreaths at NH State Veterans Cemetery
Karen Thurston 12/05/09
Blue Star Mothers of
Below are the 2 links to the slideshow. The first preparing the wreaths, the seconded the laying of the wreaths.
The first one is preparing the wreaths, the second was placing them.
Posted: Saturday, June 19, 2010
In 2004 Harbor Homes Inc. began operating a program geared specifically to honorably discharged homeless veterans called Veterans FIRST. Funded by a grant from the Veterans Administration, the Veterans FIRST program provides housing and support services for up to twenty four months to aid veterans in getting their lives back on track. Over 100 veterans have benifited from the program and moved on to independent living. This new facility, is named in honor of advocate and distinguished veteran Griffin Dalianis. The building will ensure that the sacrifices that our veterans make to protect freedom are not forgotten. Within the facility an Honor Wall will be created to pay tribute to the brave men and women who have honorably served our country. Bricks can be purchased and inscribed to include the name and branch of of the honored veteran.
Getting the dedication started by Peter Kelleher 6/18/2010 photos by Jerry Dumont PHR/MOPH804
Posted Sunday, April 11. 2010
Honoring Prisoners of War - POW Recognition Day New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery Boscawen, NH - Saturday, April 10, 2010
New Hampshire Chapter of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Military Order of the Purple Heart, American Ex-Prisoners of War, Blue and Gold Star Mothers......Master of Ceremonies: Irene M. Wells, Commander NH AXPOW; Posting of Colors-Color Guard Franklin VFW Post 1698 and VFW Men's Auxiliary; National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance - Audience participation; Invocation - Bruce Carbone, NH VFW POW Chairman; Guest - ; POW Recognition - Mini flag placing on wreath Audience participation; Purple Heart Awards - Allan Gavan, NH AXPOW, Robert Jones, MOPH, Paul Martin, MOPH, Dr. Russ Armstrong, Chair Veterans Sub Committee, State Committee On Aging; POW Prayer - Bruce Cardone; Taps - Neal Beaupre, Service Oficer VFW Post 1698; Retiring Colors - VFW Post 1698.Recipients of 'Purple Heart Medals': Wesley Ash, *Francis A. Ashey, Philip A. Botsford, *Herbert Brokenshire, Madison F. Charles, *Robert P. Chase, John A. Cuss, *Myron G. Dick, Gerard L. J. Dubay, Leland R. Dunham, *Houston E. Edwards, Reginald E. Frazier, Burt C. Gay, Herbert A. Hesseltine, *Harry R. Leighton, Elliot R. Lund, Roland J. Maynard, *William Marston, Patrick T. McLaughlin, J. Norman Pelletier, James C. Picard, Elmer P. Richard, *John F. Ryder, Alfred H. Sidney, J. Norman St. Laurent, Frederick A. Stearns, *Joseph A. Sullivan, Aurel Tremblay. [*hand delivered]
Click here to watch Dalianis House YouTube video
Keynote Presentation by U.S. Army Major Tammy Duckworth, Assistant Secretary for Public and Intergovernmantal Affairs, gives her story as a Blackhawk helicopter pilot. As a result of the attack on her chopper, she lost both legs and partial use of one arm. Since her recovery at Walter Reed, she has dedicated her life to public service, advocating on behalf of disability rights and Veterans. Photos by: Jerry Dumont