National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed every year on March 29th and is our nation's way of thanking and honoring Vietnam veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice. Vietnam era U.S. Armed Forces personnel served on active duty service between November 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975. This included Nine million Americans of which 6.4 million are living today. Of the 2.7 million U.S. service members that served in Vietnam, 58,000 names of those killed are memorialized on a black granite wall in our Nation’s capital. Additionally, 304,000 personnel were wounded, 1,253 are still Missing in Action (MIA) and have not yet returned to American soil plus 2,500 were Prisoners of War (POWs). While these are traumatic times and many are suffering from choronavirus please take the time to remember our Vietnam vets. Call one up, check on him or her and thank them for their service. They paid the price of freedom we now enjoy! To all my fellow Vietnam brothers and sisters, take care.