NVVM

Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Remember the Past and Educate the Future - A dedication to memorializing and commemorating the Vietnam War, its veterans and their sacrifices for future generations.

ABOUT US

Remember the Past
and Educate the Future

We profoundly memorialize Nebraskans who lost their lives; by providing a memorial to tell their stories. The unique stories of veterans offer thought-provoking and heartfelt lessons for our future. We honor those individuals with the Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Tom Brown,

President, Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation

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MISSION

Our Mission and Purpose

The mission and purpose of the Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation is to develop, erect and maintain a memorial to honor all Veterans who served during the Vietnam War and to further provide a lasting historic educational account for future generations.

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Memorialize

This memorial is dedicated to those who served. It serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made.

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Educate

Through education we hope teach future generations about the Vietnam War.

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Commemorate

We wish to celebrate those who served and that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

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Support / Donate

Help support us as we support Vietnam Veterans and the communities they call home. 

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UPDATES

Keep up-to-date with our Latest News and Announcements

Learn about important updates, announcements, exclusive news and special events happening at the Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial.


STORIES

We are Honored to Highlight Nebraska Vietnam Veterans

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Ronald L. Coker

Private First-Class
Ronald L. Coker, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam in March 1969.

Military Service: Marine Corps

Awards: Medal of Honor
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Raymond J. Olsufka

Radio & Communications Services
In 1966, he joined the Army and served two years with the Radio and Communications Service.

Military Service: Army

Hometown:: Duncan, NE

SEARCH

Explore the Stories
of Vietnam Veterans

Explore the intriguing stories of individual Nebraska Vietnam Veterans and their families. Browse through all our vets with ties to Nebraska orsearchfor specific people by name, service branch, hometown, or county.

Discover interesting details of those who served in the Vietnam War and the lives they lived. Uncover the stories that shaped their paths and the sacrifices made to better the world.

PARTNERS

Thanks to all our Partners

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FAQ

Got Questions? Checkout
our Most Frequently
Asked Questions

Find more details about frequently asked questions by following the link below. If you are unable to find answers via the FAQs section, please contact us at through out contact form below.

The Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation is a collective body of individuals seeking to commemorate the Vietnam War, its veterans and their sacrifices for the future generations.

The idea was conceived by Nebraska Vietnam Veterans looking for ways to memorialize sacrifices made by their comrades.

You can donate in a number of ways. During the development phase, we are looking for monetary donations, naming & sponsorship opportunities, a paver program, and bequest giving. More information on these donation opportunities can be found on our donate page.

CONTACT

For General Questions

Mailing Address for NVVMF
7914 West Dodge Road #446 Omaha, Nebraska 68114

Project Representative
George Abbott
gabbott@nvvmf.org

The Nebraska Vietnam Memorial will be located directly South of SumTur Amphitheater at 11691 S. 108th Street in Papillion, Nebraska