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Vietnam: Virginia Remembers Part 2: The Veteran Perspective

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 2:29pm -- WCVE

Taped at American Legion Post 74, veteran members of the Post share with you their perspectives on the Vietnam War and what they would like for you to know about a war that is complicated, misunderstood, and difficult for many veterans to talk about.

The moderator for the evening was Robert Hodierne, Chair of the Journalism Department at University of Richmond, who began his journalism career covering the Vietnam War.

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Vietnam: Virginia Remembers Part 1

Mon, 09/18/2017 - 12:29pm -- WCVE

The Community Idea Stations visited the Virginia War Memorial to record a panel discussion that featured unique perspectives and stories from a variety of people in our community who experienced the Vietnam War. The discussion panel included a combat nurse, a South Vietnamese Veteran, a conscientious objector, Vietnamese refugees, and American veterans.

The moderator  for the evening was Robert Hodierne, Chair of the Journalism Department at University of Richmond, who began his journalism career covering the Vietnam War.

VIETNAM: VIRGINIA REMEMBERS Panel Discussions

Hear from people in our community who experienced the Vietnam War.
We recorded live panel discussions to share the stories of our friends and neighbors and educate the community about the Vietnam Era. Moderated by Robert Hodierne, the University of Richmond Journalism Department Chair who began his career covering the Vietnam War, these two discussions included diverse perspectives on ways this turblent time touched our community.

Help Tell The Story Of Virginia’s Brave Men And Women That Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

Wed, 09/06/2017 - 2:22pm -- WCVE

Six flags representing each branch of the military--Army, Marines, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force, and Merchant Marines--fly just outside the south end of the Shrine of Memory at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond. Of the nearly 12,000 names etched on the stone and glass walls of the Shrine, 1,303 represent the brave men and women that called Virginia “home” and made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in Vietnam.

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