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Vietnam Vet with no known family to be buried in Wyoming; coroner hopes people will attend service: Should there be special services for vets with no family?

Vietnam Vet with no known family to be buried in Wyoming; coroner hopes people will attend service: Should there be special services for vets with no family?
  • Vets without family deserve respect.

    Men and women die for America's freedom on a daily basis. Vietnam veterans, regardless of whether they have family, should be given the respect and honor of a proper funeral service. People should not be required to attend, but the services should be made public and people should be invited.

  • It is important.

    Every person that dies without family should have a special service. This is what being a dignified country with civilized manners is all about. All the more this is true when a person served in the military. It is not their fault they have no family, and they would appreciate the honor.

  • Yes, there should be special services for vets with no family.

    Yes, there should be special services for vets with no family because the US should be their family. They served us and died for us; it is our responsibility to make sure they are properly buried. We should all tried to attend these funerals if possible. It is our duty.

  • They deserve respect

    I think that the state should hold a special memorial for someone like this. This person fought for his country, and has no family to mourn his passing. I think that if enough people were to hear about the burial, they would show up out of respect to the man for his service.

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