VetFriends.com Pays Tribute to Vietnam Veterans & Remembers Jan. 27 -- The Vietnam Cease-fire

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VetFriends.com -- the largest Web site reuniting and supporting U.S. military veterans -- has created a Vietnam Veteran remembrance photo page at http://www.vetfriends.com/militarypics -- dedicated to all who served in the U.S. Armed Forces during the Vietnam War and moreover throughout history.

On Jan. 27, 1973, the Paris Peace Accords were signed declaring a cease-fire in Vietnam. From 1964 through 1973, 8,744,000 active duty U.S. military personnel served during the war, with 2,594,000 serving within the borders of South Vietnam. VetFriends.com -- the largest Web site reuniting and supporting U.S. military veterans -- has created a Vietnam Veteran remembrance photo page at http://www.vetfriends.com/militarypics -- dedicated to all who served in the U.S. Armed Forces during the War in Vietnam and moreover throughout history.

"Everyone here at VetFriends.com has taken a moment to reflect and express our deepest respect and gratitude to the courage, bravery and patriotism of all of our Vietnam veterans. We encourage the community to do the same and visit our photo tribute collection," says VetFriends.com founder and U.S. veteran Dale F. Sutcliffe.

The VetFriends.com Vietnam Veteran remembrance page is made up of authentic Vietnam Era pictures submitted by U.S. veterans, active military, family and friends. Pictures include service buddies laughing side by side, brothers and sisters in arms proudly wearing the uniform, military class photos, heroes carrying our flag and many other powerful images.

Furthermore, visitors can search for images by specific military branch, year, war, state and country. Each picture contains background information along with a brief message or description. Additionally, an "e-mail reply option" is available with each photo, where users can send thank you comments, questions and information requests to the person who submitted the photo.

After reuniting with a Vietnam service buddy through the photo collection, veteran K. David Herbert writes to VetFriends.com:

"A couple of months after posting my photo, I received an e-mail from VetFriends saying someone was trying to get in touch with me. It turned out to be the photographer of my picture and a friend...We have since been exchanging e-mails and he has even added a few pictures of his own to VetFriends too...It was fantastic to hear from him. Thank you VetFriends!"

On Jan. 27 and all year long, VetFriends.com is devoted to honoring, supporting and reuniting veterans and active military of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard -- all heroes of our nation.

http://www.VetFriends.com currently has over 834,000 members nationwide, attracting over 150,000 visitors per month to the Web site. With the powerful notion of "reuniting" in mind, VetFriends.com offers services such as: search the database to make contact with old friends, search and set up reunions, search military units, message boards, post photos and share military jokes, obtain information on how to receive medals, military records and more.

Founded in 2000 by Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm, Dale F. Sutcliffe, thousands of people have been reconnected through VetFriends.com, spanning from World War II through to Operation Desert Storm and the present. For further information and/or interview opportunities please contact Maynard Anderson at (843) 856-2867.

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