The National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed on March 29th. The officially US holiday reconizes those served during the Vietnam War. American troops joined the war effort on March 8, 1965. Over the course of the war, 9,087,000 military personnel served on active duty with more than 58,000 killed or missing in action. The war hugely impacted Vietnam with an estimated 3 million soldiers and civilians killed over the 19 year war. Relations between the US and Vietnam began to improve when President Bill Clinton signed a Bilateral Trade Agreement in July 2000. Below you will find the flags of the nations involved, as well as POW-MIA flags, veteran grave markers, and other items to honor a special veteran in your life.
Oak Pole, Nylon Flag, Gold Cast Iron Base, Aluminum Ornament