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Alphabetical list of all veterans/civilians featured in the Experiencing War Web site (Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress) The Library of Congress: Veterans ... War: Vietnam War, 1961-1975 Branch: Navy Service Location: ...


The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. has the names listed in chronological order by date of loss. These alphabetical indexes are for your convenience but do not represent the order of names on the Wall.


A complete list of all Vietnam veterans is unavailable. However, as of 2015, an alphabetical list of all Vietnam veterans who have died through 2014 is maintained at VVA.org by the Vietnam Veterans of America. Enter the phrase "memorial list" in the Search field on the main Web page.


| Del Re: List of Vietnam Veterans Per State-----Good post there Donna!! Brings it closer to home. - Hope hansenjim Registered User Posts: 1 (5/8/01 9:57:29 pm) | Del Re: List of Vietnam Veterans Per State-----Unfortunately, the list is either of all veterans or has some other problem. There were only 2.5 million who served in Vietnam.


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The virtual Wall of Faces features a page dedicated to honoring and remembering every person whose name is inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. In an effort to further preserve the legacy of those who sacrificed all in Vietnam, VVMF is committed to finding a photo to go with each of the more than 58,000 names on The Wall.


However, veterans groups estimate that today approximately 9 to 12 million Americans fraudulently claim they served in Vietnam. After extensive research of various mortality indexes and sources The American War Library estimates that approximately one-third of those who did serve in Vietnam (approximately 850,000) are alive today [18 Aug 2007].


Veterans' military service records and medical records are not online. However, veterans and next-of-kin can order copies of these records. How to request military service records While most of our holdings are not online, a variety of military records, from photos to documents to searchable databases are available. Listed below are online collections of specific interest to


Alphabetical list of all veterans/civilians featured in the Experiencing War Web site (Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress)