" This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave."  
  - Elmer Davis.

  On behalf of myself and the officers of the American Heroes Flagoles Foundation we would like to thank you for visiting our site and for your interest.    I am part of a generation of veterans that was never honored or respected for their service during the Vietnam War, even though we answered the Call of Duty and did our job with courage and determination.

   It was exactly 40 years from the year of my discharge before I ever heard the words 'Welcome Home'... at a small flag ceremony and I had to look around to see who the person was talking to before I realized it was me.    The young man then shook my hand and said 'Thank you for my Freedom'.   We can never turn back the clock or erase the shame America should have for dishonoring an entire generation of veterans, but we can let these heroes know that we realize now they were the best we ever had.    Please help me, I was born for this... it is my calling and my life's work and I cannot do this without you.   Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Danny Kaifetz, USMC 1970-1972.

Military Flagpoles
Gregg Lee

"Other than the birth of my children and
the day of my marriage, receiving
this flagole was the greatest honor
of my life."
Gregory T. Lee
USMC 1969-1971
Vietnam, 7th Marines

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0331 / M-60 Machine Gunner
2 Purple Hearts at age 16 and 17
Lost right arm in Quang Ni Province 1970
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