Memorial Day 2022

Memorial Day 2022

Memorial Day 2022

In honor of America’s fallen service members and Gold Star families, on Memorial Day President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden invited a small group to join them in planting a Magnolia Tree on the White House grounds.

SDIT and the National League of POW/MIA Families were honored to be invited and proud to be represented by Denise Reed (pink jacket; daughter of Harold B. Reed; Army KIA 1966) and Jill Hubbs (red jacket; daughter of Donald R. Hubbs, Navy MIA 1968).

Memorial Day 2022
40th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

40th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

 From the eUpdate Newsletter

40th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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National Vietnam War Veterans Day

March 26-29, 2022

“With conviction, our Nation pledges our enduring respect, our continuing care, and our everlasting commitment to all Vietnam veterans.”

This year marks the fifth anniversary of March 29 being designated as National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

Across the nation, take time to thank and honor those who answered the call, confronted the enemy, supported the effort, returned home, and cemented their places as great American entrepreneurs.

Capitalizing on a “Can Do” spirt, they seized the initiative and made every corner of America a better place. They raised families, started businesses, and held elective office. They built the iconic Vietnam Veterans Memorial, formed Vietnam Veterans of America, befriended the Gold Star Families of their fallen battle buddies, and continue fighting for causes benefitting all veterans!

The members of Sons and Daughters In Touch extend to all Vietnam veterans a most sincere, “Thank You” and “Welcome Home!”

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SDIT e-Update, March 2022

 
SDIT Impact Report

SDIT Impact Report

Sons and Daughters In Touch is proud to share this Impact Report capturing both recent and historic accomplishments of the organization. Since its inception in 1989, SDIT has pursued its mission: “…to locate, unite and support the children of American servicemen who were killed or remain missing in the Vietnam War.” For more than 30 years, our grassroots efforts worked towards fulfilling that mission. Along the way, SDIT has impacted tens of thousands from America’s Gold Star families of the Vietnam War, other older and younger Gold Star families who help comprise `the Long Gold Line,” and our nation’s veterans too.
 
As you read this report, we invite you to celebrate the accomplishments and be part of the future of Sons and Daughters In Touch! 
 
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