Veteran's Day military greeting card - Say what you mean! - Vietnam Parades
2MyHero has heard many Vietnam Veterans relive the rejection, anger and ingratitude of the American people when they returned from their tours in Vietnam.
Say what you mean! Vietnam Parades Veteran's Day military greeting card might be the first military greeting card to give an honest apology for how Veterans returning from Vietnam were treated.
This military greeting card for Veteran's Day helps a milso, military family or friend express the gratitude they feel towards their loved one who served in Vietnam. It was inspired by a friend whose first husband served as a Navy pilot, and whose second husband served as an Army doctor.
Say What you mean! Vietnam Parades greeting card reads:
(front) There were no parades . . . and I'm sorry it took so many years to say . . . WELCOME HOME
(back) The Vietnam War 1955-1975
Unlike their fathers who fought in World War 2, most of the veterans returning home from Vietnam faced a public who bitterly resented their military service and took out their anger toward politicians on the veterans themselves.
It has taken us way too long to truly appreciate what they experienced and sacrificed.
Thank you for your service!
All cards are 2MyHero original photography and computer generated designs. Professionally printed in Portland, OR on gloss card stock that is acid-free and made in the USA.
-Finished size is 5x7 folded card, and comes with a white, square flap envelope.
*Colors may vary depending on the computer/device you preview the card on.
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