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Hello. This is my first post on hadit. I joined this forum because it seemed like a great place to connect with United States veterans and their loved ones.

By the end of this year, there will be less than a million living World War II veterans. It’s more important than ever to share the stories of service from those who fought bravely for our country.

I’m representing Glimpses Into History, a project of the Clovis Veterans Memorial District, in finding veterans willing to share a video testimonial of their experience as a soldier. The CVMD has created a way for veterans to record their stories from any Webcam-enabled computer. Those stories are then published to an online directory, so that anyone can view the veteran’s personal experience and share it with the world for free.

Thank you, and I look forward to contributing positively to this community.

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There are less than a million Vietnam vets down from 3 million in just 40 years. At that rate we will mostly be gone in 20 years.

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In my case there are too many OIF and OEF vets, Lol!

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Welcome to Hadit!

When I am at the VAMC, I see quite a few of WWII, Korea, and Nam vets while waiting at the pharmacy. Many are easy to recognize because it is written on their hats, shirts, or they are wearing medals. I always take the time to thank them for their service. I learn a lot from my conversations with them.

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Welcome to Hadit!

When I am at the VAMC, I see quite a few of WWII, Korea, and Nam vets while waiting at the pharmacy. Many are easy to recognize because it is written on their hats, shirts, or they are wearing medals. I always take the time to thank them for their service. I learn a lot from my conversations with them.

There are also a whole lot of Veterans, I'm finding out, that don't talk much about their experiences in service to our country. Many of these vets have stories of extreme bravery and heroism that deserve to be shared with the world and future generations. That's why we made it our mission to make it easy for Veterans, as well as their loved ones, to tell their story online in an interactive way, and easily share it on social networks with just a few clicks of a mouse. We hope family members and friends of these heroes take advantage of this free service.

Thank you

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