Limit of one per household.
America sent its sons and daughters to fight a war that was poorly understood, poorly planned, poorly executed, poorly supported, and worst of all, many Vietnam Veterans were poorly treated upon their return to the United States.
Please enjoy a copy of The Congressional Resolution for Vietnam Veterans
, sponsored by Congressman Dan Crenshaw, which calls on Congress to officially apologize for the way Vietnam Veterans were treated both during and after the War. We’ve also included excerpts from Vietnam 101
, the book recently published by Jerry C. Davis, which inspired the proposed resolution – which is long overdue.
Thank you for showing your support of this nonpartisan resolution. With your request College of the Ozarks adds your name to the list of supporters signaling to Washington this resolution matters. The Vietnam War still matters.