Vietnam Veterans Raise Money to Build Monument

CHARLOTTE - Two Charlotte area Vietnam Veterans are trying to raise money to build a monument at Arlington National Cemetery.

The veterans were part of the Army's Security Agency what they call the "eyes and ears of the army". The group said they haven’t received any attention since the war ended.

"The army as well as NSA has had 40 years since out disassembly, in 1976 to honor us in some way, I don't feel that they have,"

They've raised almost $9,000 but their goal is $20,000 thousand.

To donate, click here.

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