Reflections of Vietnam
Our Chapter offers Educational Experiences
VVA Chapter 351 owns and maintains a trailer that contains displays, uniforms, and artifacts related to the Vietnam War. We travel to and set up the displays at high schools, businesses, and other venues between 10 and 20 times throughout the year. We invite questions and discussion and provide hands-on involvement relevant to the Vietnam experience.
If you would like more information or want to schedule “Reflections of Vietnam” for a future date at your facility, contact John Koehler at either (920) 858-3310 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. This process can require long-range-planning; the schedule for the following year is generally filled by December.
The VVA-351 Scholarship documents are shown below. You can review the forms and requirements here or click on Download. Print the forms, fill them out, and send them in. If you have questions, get in touch with Dick Poukey (ref: “Letter to the Guidance Department”).
Menomonee Indian and Oneida High Schools 2018read more
Fox Valley Lutheran HS , Marian College, UW Fox Valley 2018read more
Brillion High School - Educational Display - May 2017read more
St Norberts College - Educational Display - May 2017read more
Appleton East High School - Educational Display - May 2017read more
Appleton North High School - Educational Display - May 2017read more
Little Chute High School - Educational Display - May 2017read more
Kimberly, Wis. (WBAY-TV) Kimberly High School students didn't need to read a text book Thursday to learn about the Vietnam War. They learned directly from the veterans that lived it. The veterans had artifacts like ammo, uniforms, and weapons used in the Vietnam War....read more
NEENAH (WLUK) -- It was a lesson in American military history, from those who lived it. And it also bridged generations. Less than two weeks before Memorial Day, veterans from World War Two, to the Gulf War shared their experiences with students at Neenah High School....read more
There's a big difference between reading history and listening to those who lived it. "You can only put so much in a history book, and there's nothing personal," said Appleton's Lloyd Dumke, who served in Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army. When providing that...read more
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 351 in Appleton travel to high schools. Read the full article here: http://www.wbay.com/video?vid=416733363read more
The Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 351, from Appleton, WI, came to our Starr Academy with their traveling museum to show our students memorabilia from the Vietnam War. Their museum consists of 75 running feet of memorabilia and includes grenades, bullets, guns,...read more