Direct to buy : Leesilk
While that was true in some parts of my nation, it was not true in the area I came home to, in California. The VFW posts in my home town and in some others regarded Vietnam as being a conflict, and a police action, not a war, and there was efforts to keep Vietnam Veterans from joining VFW. Vietnam veteran we were the best america all over printed shirt, hoodie. In fact, throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, whenever the subject of Vietnam became a topic for conversation, some college asshole who had never been in the military would correct you and tell you that it was not a war, it was a police action.
Vietnam Vets did not complain so much about having parades. What we did miss was a welcome home. How would any of you like it if after stepping out of the plane on your arrival home like it if you were greeted by a bunch of asshole protesters who were not so much protesting the war as they were protesting YOU? I don’t think that you would like it so much. I think that might stick in your craw awhile; make you feel a little bitter. It wasn’t some stupid superficial parade we were after. All we wanted was to be welcomed home. And, in some areas–not all–WWII vets turned their backs on us.