We want to honor as many Vietnam veterans from our area as possible. If your loved one served in Vietnam, returned home and later died – we want to be able to proudly display their name and photo in our community. We’re asking for the public’s help to identify eligible veterans and get their applications into VVMF so their veteran can be on display during The Wall That Heals time in Logan County and permanently as part of the In Memory Honor Roll.

There is no cost to have a veteran honored.  The application can be found HERE on the VVMF website 

or can be picked up at the Logan County Archives.

Applications must be submitted before May 7, 2024 to be displayed while in Logan County.

Since the Vietnam War ended, thousands of Vietnam veterans have suffered due to Agent Orange exposure, PTSD, and other illnesses as a result of their service.  

The In Memory program enables the families and friends of those who came home and later died the opportunity to have them forever memorialized. ​​​​​​​

The In Memory program includes:

• An invitation to In Memory Weekend in Washington, D.C., which includes a touching ceremony on the site of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial where each honoree’s name is read aloud. If you are present, you may read the name. Each applicant also receives a printed personal tribute certificate with their veteran’s photo(s).

• As part of the In Memory Honor Roll, an online personal remembrance page is created for each honoree with their photo and biographical information. Family members can share the page and leave remembrances about their loved one.

• VVMF’s mobile exhibit, The Wall That Heals, includes the digital photos of all In Memory honorees from the state where the exhibit is on display.

• An invitation to join our Facebook group:  In Memory – Families of Vietnam Veterans lost to Agent Orange and PTSD. The group gives family and friends an online community to connect and share their stories.

Click HERE for more information.