By signing up for the Registry, you can…
- Preserve your legacy or a family member’s
- Upload and share stories and images
- Connect with others who served during the Vietnam Era
- Connect your service with the people you knew on The Wall
Sign-up is quick & easy
Fill out our simple form and submit itWe’ve tried to make the sign up as easy as possible. It is completely free thanks to generous supporters who help keep it that way.
We’ll work to approve your profile in 48 hoursOur team will diligently work to approve your profile within two business days. You can help speed up with the process by ensuring that all of your content is relevant and free from any items that violate our usage agreement.
About VVMF and the Registry
We proudly believe that service to our country is something that should be celebrated, honored, cherished and remembered. VVMF’s registry is intended to do just that for ALL who wore the uniform of nation’s armed forces during the Vietnam Era. As stewards of the legacies of those on The Wall and those in our In Memory program, we are honored to now be the stewards of our living veteran’s legacies. Together we will create a lasting place where the legacies of those who served, those who made the ultimate sacrifice and those who returned home but later died as result of their service are interwoven. These legacies and your legacies will be treasured by and shared with future generations, ensuring their place in history for all time.
Based in Arlington, Virginia, VVMF (the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund) is the nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress in 1980 to build a national memorial dedicated to all who served with the U.S. armed forces in the Vietnam War. Incorporated on April 27, 1979, the organization sought a tangible symbol of recognition from the American people for those who served in the war.
The result was the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (commonly referred to as The Wall), which has become one of the most visited memorials in Washington, D.C. with an estimated 5 million annual visitors.
Since the dedication of The Wall, VVMF has pursued a mission of preserving the legacy of The Wall, promoting healing and educating about the impact of the Vietnam War.LEARN MORE