Sheboygan, WI — Lao, Hmong and American Veteran Memorial located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Its purpose is to engrave the name of SGU soldiers, Teachers, Nurses or Civilian Officers during the US secret war in Laos from 1961-1975.
Click here to watch Richard Wanglue Vang, Anchor for SHIBC News, exclusive taking you to look inside the memorial wall and interviewed Xai Vue Yang, Chair of the Lao, Hmong and American Veterans Memorial.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA taken from the Lao, Hmong and American Veterans Memorial website:
In order to be eligible for having your name engraved onto the Memorial, you or the person you sponsor must have served as either SGU soldiers, Teachers, Nurses or Civilian Officers during the US secret war in Laos from 1961-1975.
The application fee of $100 is waived for all Lao, Hmong & American SGU soldiers Killed In Action (K.I.A) during the US secret war in Laos. For all other eligible applicants, please attach a onetime application of $100 to your application. Visit www.laohmongusmemorial.com to get more detail info.