Sons and Daughters In Touch is an all-volunteer, national support organization committed to uniting the Gold Star sons and daughters of American servicemen who were killed, or who remain missing, as a result of the Vietnam War. In addition, our membership includes family members and many military veterans who served with our fathers -- all dedicated to furthering the mission of SDIT.

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Sons and Daughters in Touch e-Update Memorial Day 2018

HONORING THE FAMILIES OF AMERICA’S FALLEN HEROES ON MEMORIAL DAY By Tony Cordero and Bonnie Carroll SDIT at the White House On June 4, three SDIT families will join a limited number of other Gold Star families — from WWII through the most recent conflicts to honor, thank and celebrate those who have survived the […]

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Families of Fallen Carry On Tradition of Resilience on Memorial Day

Memorial Day 2018 Each Memorial Day, Americans honor those whom we cannot personally thank: the soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. History suggests that Memorial Day had its beginnings in Mississippi, where women decorated the graves of Confederate and Union soldiers killed during the Civil War. Ever since […]

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Veterans Day 2017

Veterans Day 2017 marks the 35th anniversary of the dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. For most of those 35 years, SDIT has played an integral part in bringing to life the stories of the 58,318 names on ‘The Wall.’ Starting on November 7th, Gold Star ‘sons and daughters’ will join hundreds of others in […]

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