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Honorably discharged Veterans can now shop at Military Exchanges.
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  We are Veterans who served during the Vietnam War. Even though rejected by society on our return, we served with honor and bravery under the most trying of circumstances. We believe it is our responsibility to champion the causes of the Vietnam Veteran and Veterans of all wars both past and present. We honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the War and those who have paid with no less sacrifice after returning home from the effects of Agent Orange. We will not rest until all of our Brothers and Sisters who are listed as MIA, are brought home and reunited with their loved ones.

“Never again will one generation of Veterans abandon another” 


On October 17, 2018 the President of the United States of America presented the Medal of Honor to an merican Hero, Marine Corp SGM John Canley.
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Click Here for information on the Chapters Annual Pancake Breakfast. Come out and enjoy a good meal with friends and neighbors.


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“WELCOME HOME!” Chapter 1036 is located in the active adult community of “The Villages,” which is in central Florida. The Villages is one of the fastest growing communities in Florida and is spread over three counties: Lake Sumter, and Marion It is estimated that over 17,000 veterans are living here.    

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The Wall of Faces connects a face and a story to each of the more than 58,300 names on The Wall. Collected photos are displayed online at VVMF’s Wall of Faces which features a page for each person whose name is on the Memorial. These pages allow family and friends to share memories, post pictures and connect with each other.
Click here to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall site.

Contact chapter members John at John Thomstatter @ or
Johnny Byard if you have any photos or military yearbooks to assist in locating as many brothers as we can.