The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA) plans advance for a monument at Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) honoring the almost 5,000 pilots and crewmembers who died operating rotary-wing aircraft in the Vietnam War. The monument would be located in Section 35, bordering Memorial Drive. The negotiated dimensions—22 inches high, 21 inches deep (front to back at the base), 32 inches wide across the front, and trapezoidal in shape—contain all design elements of the original Vietnam Helicopter Pilot and Crewmember Monument proposed to the Secretary of the Army. To get involved and receive more information, contact Central Florida’s local resource: Tom Marshall at email@example.com.
https://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/arlington-cemetary-1519557-1280x960.jpg 960 1280 Faith Sills http://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/salute-vets-logo.png Faith Sills2017-03-27 14:20:282017-05-23 16:40:34Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association Seeks to Erect Monument at Arlington National Cemetery
You might also like
Two Servicemen Suffering From Brain Trauma, PTSD Win Death-Penalty Relief – Death Penalty Information Center