Sunday, November 25, 2012

Vietnam Vets remember Hanoi

Our newest member has requested to share a few poignant and somewhat harsh photos in rememberance of what many veterans experienced while serving on our behalf in Vietnam in the 60's.
  Sometimes revisiting ones past can assist in healing or at least acceptance of what we as humans go through during our lives and especially in horribly traumatic situations such as war! 
  This is to honor those who have served in any war past, present and future to protect our lives and our country and also for many other's not so fortunate in other countries around the world.
  Vet's if you have photos to share that are not graphic but still gives you a moment to contemplate your experiences or if you found some little pleasure or sign of beauty even among the waste, please consider sharing with all of us as we try to understand and to honor you!
  November is a month to give thanks and what better way to honor our veterans!


Remembering the Ammenities at the "Hanoi Hilton"
Hanoi Hilton Toilet

No Toilet Paper

At the Hanoi Hilton

Copper Bucket

Please feel free to leave comments here or on the photographer's own tab/page that you will find at the top of this page. If you are a vet and this photographer's pictures mean something to you consider sharing with him/us.  You can comment anonymously if you prefer.

Until next week which is the beginning of December, be thankful for what you have.


Amber said...

A reminder how little most of us know about true sacrifice and suffering.

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