Vietnam Veterans of America Detroit Chapter 9 recently made a contribution to the League of POW/MIA Families to assist in the efforts of locating and identifying missing American personnel from all wars.
The League of POW/MIA Families is a non-profit organization that works to ensure the return of all American prisoners of war and missing in action from all U.S. wars. The League’s primary focus is to obtain the fullest possible accounting of all personnel still missing from the Vietnam War, including the return of all recoverable remains, and to provide support to the families of those who remain missing. The League’s work is critical, as it provides hope and closure to families that have been waiting for answers for decades.
Chapter 9 of the VVA is based in Detroit, Michigan, and has been actively supporting Vietnam veterans since its inception. The chapter’s members, who are all Vietnam War veterans themselves, understand the importance of supporting their fellow veterans and their families. The decision to donate $1000 to the League of POW/MIA was made by the chapter’s members unanimously, and it was a reflection of their commitment to ensuring that the sacrifices of their brothers and sisters in arms are never forgotten.
The donation made by Chapter 9 of the VVA will help the League of POW/MIA Families continue its vital work. It will contribute to the organization’s efforts to locate and identify missing American personnel from all wars, provide support to their families, and raise awareness of the issue to the general public.
In conclusion, the Vietnam Veterans of America Detroit Chapter 9’s donation of $1,000 to the League of POW/MIA Families is a commendable act of generosity and compassion. It demonstrates the unwavering commitment of the Chapter to support their fellow veterans and their families. The donation will make a significant difference in the lives of families waiting for answers and closure, and it is a reminder that the sacrifices made by American military personnel will never be forgotten.