This gallery is dedicated to the nine military nurses and sixty-one
civilian women who died in Vietnam while serving their country. It is also dedicated to
the only woman still listed as a POW/MIA, Dr. Eleanor Ardel Vietti.
By Karen Offutt
Karen served as a stenographer in Vietnam during the period 1969-1970.
"Top" Shultz dedicates this poem to the nurses of Vietnam.
A poem for the Nurses of Nam by "JungleVet" Robert W. Baird.
The Keynote Address given by Jean Youngstrom Diebolt when the Women's Memorial was in
Jean was an Air Force nurse in Vietnam.
Sonny Hoffman's tribute to Col. Martha "Maggie" Raye.
And other stories by Cathleen Cordova
Cathleen served with U.S. Army Special Services during the war in Vietnam.
By Jeanie Hasenbeck
Jeanie served in Vietnam, 1968-1969. Jeanie was with the American Red Cross, Service to
Military Hospitals (SMH) Program.
By Nancy Smoyer
Nancy served with the American Red Cross as a "Donut Dollie."
Nancy's observations of the magic of The Wall as a Park Service volunteer.
Powerful insight and writing by Nancy -- a must read!
By Ken Willis
A salute to Nancy and to all of the Red Cross "Donut Dollies" who served in Vietnam.
The Writing of Ann Kelsey
Ann Kelsey served with the Army Special Services in Vietnam and provided the list
at the top of this Page of the Women who were killed in country. Ann has several very
interesting return-trip reports to Nam in the Gallery, "Visits to
Pictures of the Vietnam Women's Memorial in Washington, D.C.
By Benson Rose
Pictures of the Dedication and Parade for the Vietnam Women's Memorial and
photos of "The Wall" on Memorial Day 1992. There is also a wonderful photo of
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