As many of you may be aware, there’s a new TV series about the Vietnam War airing tonight.
The new show, The Vietnam Veterans Day History Channel, is produced by the History Channel and produced by HistoryTV.
The channel has partnered with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation to produce a special edition of the History channel series that focuses on the Vietnam veterans in a way that is not available on the History channels website or other online sources.
It’s an attempt to help those who have lost a loved one in the war to learn more about those who fought, and also to allow those who are not able to have a personal connection with those who served to be able to learn about those veterans and their families.
The history channel is also working to raise awareness for veterans through a new series, The Veterans’ Day, that premieres at the end of June.
It will air on HistoryTV and History Channel’s website and on the official History channel app.
For those who don’t know, The VDLC is a website that helps veterans to connect with other veterans and the people around them.
It is a non-profit organization that helps people who have served in the military find information about their families, learn about the veterans who fought in Vietnam and the many other causes that the veterans fight for.
It also hosts events that are free to the public and provides resources for the veterans.
The VDDC started out in 2003, when the Vietnam veteran John B. Brownell founded the group.
The group’s goal was to help veterans find resources for information, education and support that they might not have been able to find otherwise.
This was also when the group was founded to help the military combat the stigma surrounding the Vietnam era, especially after the American public was exposed to the horrors of the war.
It was also in this time when the VD was founded, the Veterans’ Affairs Department started to begin providing help to the veterans to obtain information about post-traumatic stress disorder.
And in 2012, the VDs goal of helping veterans and those who lost a family member in the Vietnam war to become better citizens and better citizens of their communities was achieved.
In fact, the Vietnam Memorial Foundation was founded as a way to support veterans in their fight for the right to seek the truth about what happened in Vietnam.
“The VDs mission is to help Vietnam Veterans become better, better citizens by connecting with others in our community to better understand what we have learned about Vietnam and to help each other learn about what we know,” said Jim Johnson, executive director of the Veterans Memorial.
“We hope that through this project we will help to help more veterans to find more information about the events that they witnessed and the issues they have with the VA.”
The VDC launched the Vietnam VDLEX (Vietnam Veterans Educational Fund) website to help VDVAs learn more and more about the issues that affect veterans and provide support to those who struggle to understand the events in Vietnam, like PTSD and the VDSL.
What was unique about The VDs Vietnam VDSLEX project was the way that they were able to bring together the veterans and veterans’ families, the community and the public to learn from each other.
This way, the program allowed people who may have a different viewpoint to learn and share their perspective, allowing them to better grasp what was happening in Vietnam during the Vietnam Era.
While many of the topics covered in the show, including veterans’ health care, are well known, The History Channel wanted to make sure that the viewer was also able to see how the veterans came to understand and relate to their own experiences, and how the VDC has supported the veterans since its founding.
It was a project that they wanted to share with as many people as possible.
They wanted to help people understand what it is like to be in Vietnam in the 1980s, and then the 1990s, during the war and in the aftermath of the end to the war, and the way the Vietnam vets had to deal with the war they had fought in and the subsequent wars that followed.
As an American who served in Vietnam for nearly a decade, I was thrilled to be part of The History channel’s effort to educate veterans on what happened during the era of the Vietnam Conflict.
My goal was twofold.
First, to help educate the veterans on the history of the conflict.
Second, to make the veterans feel comfortable that they are part of a conversation about the conflicts that took place in the modern era.
I am so glad that I was able to participate in this project.
It has given me the opportunity to share my own experiences with the vets.
The veterans were incredibly supportive of my work.
They were able see that I did what I had to do to share their story.
I also know that I am making the world a better place through the work that I have been doing.