18th Annual Vietnam Remembrance Day Ceremonyby Michael Patrick Brewer on Apr. 06, 2012, under Veterans Benefits
18h Annual Viet Nam Remembrance Day Ceremony
In-Country Viet Nam Veterans in conjunction with the Vietnamese Community in Arizona & many generous Veterans Organizations
Request the honor of your presence
Sunday – April 29, 2012
DATELINE: APRIL 30, 1969 – - U. S. MILITARY PERSONNEL IN VIETNAM REACHED 543,300
To those that will join this day of remembrance -“welcome home”.
To those whose names are inscribed on the Viet Nam War Memorial – “thank you”.
This day is for the living to pay proper homage to the fallen and
to the cause to which they gave their lives.
DATELINE: APRIL 30, 1975 – - NVA CAPTURES SAIGON; VIETNAM WAR ENDED
The commemoration starts at 08:30 with ceremonies at 09:00
Viet Nam Memorial
Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, Phoenix, AZ
- 17th Avenue – - Adams Street westbound/Jefferson Street eastbound – (one way streets)
Massing of colors and flag raisings of the U.S. and S. Vietnamese flags
Display of historical military memorabilia, military vehicle display
Color Guard Units are invited to participate in the Pass and Review of Colors – POC Josie Kakar-Delsi 520-836-1022 email@example.com
if your color guard unit is participating please respond so that you will be properly introduced – muster @ 08:00
Wreath Presentation POC Josie Kakar-Delsi 520-836-1022 firstname.lastname@example.org
All other information contact Midge Munro 623-979-0829 email@example.com