Follow the below link to visit and learn about the Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc. whose primary purpose is to honor the memory of all the men and women who have served our country as members of the Armed Forces.
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* This link will open the North Carolina Council of Chapters web site that has a variety of relevant sites, both military and other support organizations, that may be of interest to our Chapter, as well as North Carolina, military servicemembers and their families.
* This is a comrehensive, and ALL (or at least MOST) inclusive reference resource of telephone numbers to most everything related to military retiree needs.
* Visitors to this link may wish to download the document and bookmark it on your computer to ensure ready access.
- Researched by Mel Weiss, CWO-2 SC USN-Ret. & GM-14, Ret.
- This list was compiled in 2002 and information and/or updates are welcomed...e-mail at address: firstname.lastname@example.org
* The below web site was provided by an elementary school youth group which visited our web page and recommended making this a link on our site.
* The site provides interested users the means to send care packages to US troops worldwide.
* According to statistics released by the U.S. Government, more than 205,000 military personnel have left their homes, families, and friends to serve overseas in over 150 countries since September 2011.
* U.S. military personnel are also frequently relocated away from their homes even within the United States.
* This site is a wonderful way to say "THANKS!" Check it out.
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The below link is to the Virtual Wall ®, Vietnam Veterans Memorial
The names, and profiles, of persons lost, or missing, from the Vietnam War can be located by last name, state, and various other forms of searching.
Individual profiles can be viewed, as well as printed, and the location of the individual service member on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall can ascertained.