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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25th Anniversary Celebration

Honoring our Fathers

A Weekend of Remembrance, Healing and Hope

Father’s Day Weekend

June 19 to 21, 2015
Washington, DC

Register Here: 

http://sdit.org/25th-anniversary-invitation/

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D-Day 70 Years Later: Lessons from our ‘siblings’ of WWII

The 70th Anniversary of D-Day is an opportunity for SDIT to look to its “older” siblings for similarities in the emotional search all Gold Star “sons and daughters” encounter. Written in the year 2000, here is the very personal account of Ed Peters” search … for his father who was lost after parachuting into Normandy on June 6, 1944. 

Following My Father’s Footsteps

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My mother and I began our journey in Washington D.C. by attending the Memorial Day service sponsored by the 101st Airborne Division Association. We visited the wreath laying ceremonies at the Vietnam Memorial and the 101st Airborne Division Memorial atArlington National Cemetery. Continue Reading →

Memorial Day 2014


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As in years past, Sons and Daughters In Touch has been invited to attend the annual Gold Star Families breakfast in the White House. The following are brief biographies of the Gold Star ‘Sons and Daughters’ scheduled to represent SDIT on Memorial Day. Continue Reading →