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I am a Proud Vets Daughter!

I am the Proud Daughter of a United States Marine that served in Vietnam. Our patriotism we DO NOT hide! It is our way of life and who we are! To all our VETS: I say to you: "WELCOME HOME & THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!"

Custom Ribbon: Proud daughter of a Vietnam Vet

The Vet's Daughter, Barbara Comyns: "Harrowing and haunting, like an unexpected cross between Flannery O’Connor and Stephen King, The Vet’s Daughter is a story of outraged innocence that culminates in a scene of appalling triumph."

Thinking about this for a Christmas present. The back reads "Proud Daughter of a Vietnam Vet"

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Thank you Vietnam Vets.

Nothing more to say. Maybe... Thank you! And I'm sorry. Welcome home to all the Vietnam Vets.

Vietnam Vets...THANK YOU & Welcome Home!!

Remember all the Vietnam Vets this coming Memorial Day.

Proud Daughter of a Vietnam Vet Bumper Stickers

Now listen up boys. I aim to take that damn hill, and you lads are gonna get out of your tuxedos and get over there and take it. Hear?

I am a Proud Vets Daughter of A United States Marine!


Proud daughter of a Vietnam Vet...LOVE!!

Force Recon Command: 3rd Force Recon Company in Vietnam, 1969-70 by Alex Lee. $7.99. Publisher: Ballantine Books (September 30, 1996). Author: Alex Lee

Marines 3rd Recon Bn.... My dad was a 3rd Recon Marine 68-69 Bravo Co.

Pinner states...Leaving a penny at the grave means simply that you visited. A nickel indicates that you & the deceased trained at boot camp together,while a dime means you served with him in some capacity. By leaving a quarter at the grave, you are telling the family that you were with the solider when he was killed. According to tradition, the money left at graves in national cemeteries & state veterans cemeteries is eventually collected, & the funds are put toward maintaining the cemeteries.