Resource Information Vietnam War:  -NEW

Special Military Social Security Rate

When a veteran applies for Social Security benefits, they should take their DD-214
with them. Social Security then computes the extra benefit and it is added to the
monthly payments. In many cases, the Social Security office asks for a DD-214 and
this benefit is computed automatically. But, not always. If you are a veteran who
is collecting Social Security and you're not sure whether you are receiving this
benefit, call your local Social Security office and ask them to check your
account. If you are not getting the benefit, take your DD-214 to your local Social
Security office and apply. They will compute your new benefit and you will receive
a larger monthly check plus retroactive benefits computed from the time you
started collecting Social Security. Remember, military retirees and government
retirees who use military time to compute "time in service" do not qualify for
this benefit. For more information, visit

I am passing this along because it is probably the best search list ever
compiled about the Vietnam War.  This simply has to be shared with
anyone who ever served in Vietnam or knew someone who served in Vietnam.
It would take months to look at everything this site offers.

Somebody went to a lot of effort on this site...  It's one of the most
complete that I've seen to date...  Feel free to pass it along to anyone
you think might be interested...

AL San Souci
USMC VietNam Veteran 1966-67

Nationwide Gravesite Locator

Middletown Connecticut Military Museum

Vietnam Veterans of America-Connecticut Chapter 120

Death Benefits for Veterans  Some great information regarding benefits

Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. - National Headquarters

Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. - Vermont State Council

Sisters Create Web Site to Help Families of Deployed Troops

Connecticut Disabled American Veterans (CT DAV)

United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Connecticut Greater Hartford Chapter 120

Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs

Connecticut Department of Labor

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund

Vietnam Veterans Home Page

Government Benefits (determine your potential eligibility for benefits)

Found Dog Tags

The Virtual Wall

Chapter 528-Plymouth-Canton, Michigan