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Sons and Daughters In Touch

America’s Gold Star Children
from the Vietnam War

 

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.

Sons and Daughters In Touch

America’s Gold Star Children
from the Vietnam War

 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.

Our Mission

Sons and Daughters in Touch


To locate, unite and provide support to the Gold Star ‘sons and daughters’ and other family members of those who died or remain missing as a result of the Vietnam War; to produce a periodic e-newsletter providing important information to all SDIT stakeholders; to promote healing via networking and special projects, to regularly address other Gold Star family organizations, high schools and college classes in hopes of providing education on the historical and emotional legacy of war.

About SDIT

Sons and Daughters In Touch is an all-volunteer non-profit organization committed to “…locating, uniting and supporting” the now-grown children of American servicemen who perished during the Vietnam War. For nearly 30 years, SDIT has worked to elevate the visibility of our cause, the cause of Vietnam Veterans, and the cause of all Gold Star families.

During the Vietnam War, our fathers served in every branch – and at every rank – of the United States military. At the time of their loss, some of our dads had only been in country a few days. Others served several deployments. Some of our fathers achieved the rank of Private and Corporal. Some of our fathers achieved the rank of General. A few of our fathers received the Medal of Honor. Some of our fathers were awarded the Purple Heart.

Our fathers were lost throughout the span of the Vietnam War, on land, in the air, and at sea. Over 50 years later, some of our fathers are still unaccounted for.

Today, we – the Gold Star ‘sons and daughters’ from the Vietnam War – come from every corner of America, weaving the same diverse fabric our fathers did a generation ago.

Listed among the 58,315 names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, we proudly proclaim, ‘They Were Our Fathers.’

Adrian Cronauer: 1938-2018

At Father’s Day 1993, famed Armed Forces Vietnam Network radio deejay Adrian Cronhauer asks, “Can you say ‘Good Morning, Vietnam!’ in sign language?” 

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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,...

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