VIETNAM WALL MEMORIAL PHOTO COLLECTION EFFORT

VIETNAM WALL MEMORIAL PHOTO COLLECTION EFFORT

For those of you who have attended the last several National Reunions, you will know that Steve and Annie Delp are heavily involved in the search for photos of the Soldiers whose names are on the Vietnam Wall Memorial.

In this effort, Steve as compiled a list of the 2,544 Fourth Infantry Soldiers, and has identified them as "Yes" we have a reasonable picture of a person, "No" we do not have a picture of him or "Yes, but not good" picture of him. 

We are missing pictures of 167 out of the 2,544 names - not bad. So, we are reaching out to our membership to help us complete this project.

Click here to see the list of 4ID Soldiers names and see if you can furnish a photo

Steve Delp can be contacted at sdelp@vvmf.org

ABOUT THE VIRTUAL WALL OF FACES

In an effort to further preserve the legacy of those who sacrificed all in Vietnam, VVMF is committed to finding a photo to go with each of the more than 58,000 names on The Wall. The Wall of Faces allows family and friends to share memories, post pictures and connect with each other.

If you have a picture of a loved one or fellow veteran whose name is on The Wall, please help the Memorial Fund honor these individuals by putting a face with a name.  Regardless of whether or not the Memorial Fund has a photo of the individual already, we encourage you to submit it anyway.  We are trying to collect as many photos of each individual as possible.  

ENSURING THESE FACES ARE NEVER FORGOTTEN

To accomplish this, the VVMF is in the midst of fundraising campaign to construct and open the Education Center at The Wall.

FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND YOUTH SERVICE GROUPS

Hometown Heroes is a unique service learning project that encourages students to learn more about local veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifi­ce and to send the pictures and stories of those on The Wall to VVMF for use in the Education Center on the National Mall.

MISSING PHOTOS BY STATE

Find out what photos are needed for the Wall of Faces, organized by state.