We Will Not Forget

The Wall

There are 3,415 names of Texans on the wall.
This is a link to the list.

Veteran News
VA Assists Financially Burdened Veterans
Week of January 19th 2009
For veterans struggling financially due to a job loss or decreased income, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is offering an assortment of programs. Veterans whose previous income was ruled too high for VA health care may be able to enter the VA system based upon a hardship if their current year's income is projected to fall below federal income thresholds. Qualifying veterans may be eligible for enrollment and receive health care at no cost. Veterans who recently returned from a combat zone are also eligible for no-cost VA care. For more information, contact the enrollment coordinator at any VA medical center, VA's Health Benefits Service Center at 1-877-222 VETS (8387) or visit the Military.com Finance Center.

Vietnam Veterans Homepage

Operation Just Cause

Hinson - Hazlewood Act - Wartime veterans of the Spanish-American War through the Persian Gulf War, who were legal residents of Texas at the time they entered military service, and Home of Record is listed as Texas on the DD214, are entitled to a waiver of tuition and some fees at State-supported colleges and universities.

Texas State Benefits


Wounded Warrior Project - The Wounded Warrior Project was founded on the principle that veterans are our nation's greatest citizens. The Project seeks to assist those men and women of our armed forces who have been severely injured during the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other hot spots around the world.

Fisher House - Supporting America's military in their time of need, we provide "a home away from home" that enables family members to be close to a loved one at the most stressful time -- during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury.

- Our tribute to September 11, 2001

SSgt. Howard B. Lull
Click above to read about
our adopted MIA.

Click above to find out
how you can help.
Thank you Gunny!

Dead Alive

Only in America

Christmas at Arlington - Worcester Wreath Co.

Stand Up Proud


Hear me brethren, listen loud and clear.
Hear me from high rooftop and believe.
Open with your heart, body and soul.
Hear me, for you are about to recieve,

With revelation from us, a gift of love.
We were young, ready and proud.
We fought gallant in a distant far land,
Fought for freedom on soil and lofty cloud.

We were the men of Vietnam. REMEMBER US.
We rose silent from rural farm, town, and city.
Remember us not for ideals, but brother'n kinship.
We ask not your reverent sorrow, not your pity.

We ask only that you come to understand.
Understand our compassion, understand our care,
For these things in us had no greater value.
Should it be a thousand years hence do compare,

That we men of 'Nam stood tall. HONOR US.
We stood together. We sought to freely give.
Honor us not for valor and comely deed,
But rather with liberty, that all men should live.

Let know that we brave men of 'NAM did present,
What you, yourselves, deem honorable and right.
Stand now. Stand up proud. Stand with us.
Never let die freedom once begun. Never lose sight.

Take care least you forget-COMFORT US.
We who fought bravely, we are here.
Comfort us not with words, but with love.
Be proud of us. Give your heart sincere.

Study our faces. Understand the reason.
Feel it-feel it and then you will know,
The bonds of brotherhood, strong and true,
For it's in this Kinship, we solders do bestow.

We were the Vet's of Nam. STAND WITH US.
Come join us. Join the red, white, and the blue.
Stand with us not for Our glory, but Yours,
For We decree-Thank you boys-Thank You.

Our day has gone, but grief in passing.
We played our part. Let All men be endowed.
If no other tribute than this my friend,
Let it be known that we stood, Stood Proud.

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