Veterans Remember Nancy Reagan


The aspect is her work with veterans and their families, especially the veterans who returned from Vietnam in the harshly politicized 1970s – and above all, the POWs who began coming home in February 1973, arriving on military flights to California, where Reagan was the governor at the time.

One chief warrant officer teared up at the mention of Nancy Reagan, because he knew what her quiet, unheralded support had meant to veterans and wives he had served with in the Vietnam years.  “She cared when it seemed sometimes like nobody else did,” he said.

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