First Coast.TV was asked by several Veteran groups and departments to reach out to six Vietnam veterans and let them speak about their time in Vietnam and their return home form the war. So here they are.
The Military Officers Association of America – Ancient City Chapter and Veterans Council of St. Johns County hosted this event at Anastasia Baptist Church. There were atrium displays from 9:30-11 a.m., and the main event began at 11:11 a.m. The displays included the Traveling Vietnam Wall and Agent Orange Quilt of Tears. Admission was free.
TRACY SEFCIK, A NAVY VET ARRIVED AT THE ST. AUGUSTINE PIER THURSDAY MORNING, 3 MAY AT 10:30 AM. TRACY HAD A MOTORCYCLE AND POLICE ESCORT AS SHE RODE THE LAST 5 MILES OF HER LONG JOURNEY FROM SAN DIEGO TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
TRACY STARTED HER LONG JOURNEY MORE THAT 2 MONTHS AGO AND TRAVELED 3184 MILES TO RAISE MORE THAN $25000 FOR THE GARY SINISE FOUNDATION.
Vet 4 Vets tries to ensure Veterans are respected and recognized for their service, always receive the benefits and entitlements they were promised and earned. First Coast.TV got a chance to speak to Robert Adelhelm and Fred Blaz to get more details about this movement that is making a difference.