Welcome to the home site of the Sheboygan County Chapter of the Vietnam Veterans of America.
Current News:

- Pearl Harbor Day public ceremony will be held Sunday, December 7th at King Park, 1615 S. 7th Street in Sheboygan.  Doors open at 6:30pm, program starts at 7:00pm.
- A separate special program will also be held at the Plymouth American Legion, 40 Stafford St, Plymouth on December 7th at 11:00am.  The event is free and open to the public and Sheboygan County's only Pearl Harbor survivor Stuart " Bud" Sweeney is expect to attend.

- Please note that until further notice the monthly meetings will again be held at Sunny Ridge, 3014 Erie Avenue in Sheboygan.

- The next scheduled Brat Fry is planned for December 13th at Miesfeld's

- Selections have been made for the recipients of the 2014 Scholarship.  Please check the 'News' page for the Press Release.



It's the Soldier, not the reporter

Who has given us the Freedom of the Press.

It's the Soldier, not the poet,
Who has given us the Freedom of Speech.

It's the Soldier, not the politicians
That ensures our right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness..

It's the Soldier who salutes the flag,
Who serves beneath the flag,
And whose coffin is draped by the flag.

- Author Unknown

As a member of the national "Vietnam Veterans Of America", Sheboygan County Chapter 618 supports the Declaration of Principles as stated in the VVA Constitution:

WE, the veterans who served during the Vietnam War, who embraced through sacrifice and service to country the most fundamental and cherished bonds of our democracy, reaffirm that committment to spirit and ideals, accepting it as the solemn responsibility of our survival, to bear the burden of what has been, so that tragedy once endured can never be forgotten.

AND so do we resolve that the true measure of our worth as citizens, as veterans, and as patriots be found in our willingness to draw from and abide by these strengths and convictions born of heritage and experience.

TO HOLD that a sacred and binding contract exists between governors and governed, with the latter recognizing an obligation of compulsory foreign or domestic service equitably shared by all, and the former morally obligated to implement foreign or domestic policies that are clear, consistent, and reflective of the will of the people.

TO HOLD further, that the contract extends to post obligatory service with the Nation, bound whenever and wherever appropriate to the prompt delivery of compensation to individuals or survivors in direct proportion to sacrifice and service rendered.

TO HONOR with dignity the sacred memory of the war dead, and so in dignity, ensure that the lasting legacy of the fallen is responsibility toward, not exploitation of, their sacrifice.

TO STAND for cooperation, dialogue, and friendship among the nations of the world community, with full respect and support of those principles central to our national life.


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