From the Greatest Generation to the Latest Generation.

16 million Americans served in World War II. Only 620,000 are still alive.

Only 1/3 of Vietnam Veterans are still alive today. 290 die everyday.

TELLING THEIR

STORIES

Keeping Veteran's History Alive
by Telling the Stories.

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Millions fought and millions paid the ultimate price by sacrificing their lives. Those that returned home didn’t speak of their heroism, didn’t talk about their experiences.

As time marches on many World War II veterans are passing on without their stories told. Those are the stories we want shared to the world. The stories that can speak to future generations and be a part of history.

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They came home to protests and hate for the war. Vietnam veterans were treated like no others in the history of the United States. These heroes were treated like outcasts.

Like World War II veterans the Vietnam vets keep their stories to themselves for the most part. But their stories of bravery should be heard. We honor these heroes and bring their stories to life … on Veterans Chat.

"Duty, Honor, Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be."

General Douglas MacArthur