War Without Heroes. 3.1.2016: Return To Vietname

War Without Heroes vindicates the timeless principles of peace and justice in the world by raising awareness of the selfless courage all Vietnam War veterans exercised when they were called to duty, in hopes that future generations will never forget their sacrifices or those who were left behind. Programs to Vietnam commence in March 2016.

Normandy, 2016: Battlefield Return

Since 2004, TGGF has offered the opportunity for combat veterans to return to their battlefields at no cost to them. These voyages back to the battlefields are often emotional, but provide veterans a measure of closure from their war experiences, the chance to share in the gratitude for their service, and a venue to educate others. Programs to Normandy commence in February 2016.



Since its inception, The Greatest Generations Foundation has directly touched thousands of veterans’ lives through a multitude of battlefield programs, organized programs to national and international destinations, and other activities. Founded in 2004, TGGF is the only non-profit organization devoted to helping veterans return to their battlefields and enabling closure of their war experiences while at the same time educating youth about key war events and their relevance. In 2016, TGGF will dramatically expand its programs and service offerings to veterans and their families as well as educational outlets.


Remembering those who served

The Greatest Generations Foundation works to ensure that the stories and lessons of war are not forgotten, even when there is no one left to tell them. Preserving the legacy of these heroic men and women happens most effectively through education and the retelling of stories to younger generations. TGGF's educational programs take a dynamic, experiential approach. Our programs allow learners from all backgrounds to explore the values and beliefs that Americans and their Allies embraced during wartime. They address the extraordinary history of sacrifice and the noble accomplishments of those who served.

On This Veteran's Day...


Every year, on November 11th, we pause to honor all the men and women who’ve served our country in uniform. Since the founding of our nation, generations of Americans have demonstrated their love of country by answering the call to duty and selflessly defending the honor, respect and equality of all.

Today, the Greatest Generations Foundation is excited to announce that we are now beginning programs to serve a generation of forgotten veterans who still to this day personify the timeless principles of peace and justice – Vietnam Veterans. We all know that the veterans of World War II were accurately described as the ‘greatest generation’, however, what is not heralded is the fact that those who fought every war since then, are the best of their generation as well.

From 1959 to 1975, during our involvement in the Vietnam War, the American public watched as villages were destroyed, innocent Vietnamese citizens were killed, and American body bags were being sent home in increasing numbers. As the anti-war movement gained increasing media attention, igniting protests in our streets and on campuses around our country, the millions of Americans serving in Vietnam were forgotten.

The courageous men and women serving during this devastating war returned home anticipating a hero’s welcome like the veterans of wars past. Sadly, this highly politicized war led many people to forget the sacrifice and honor these veterans put forth for our country.

With the new expansion of its programming, The Greatest Generations Foundation aims to remember and honor every veteran that selflessly defended our great nation. The War Without Heroes Programs, which will focus on Vietnam veterans, will raise awareness of the endless courage our Vietnam War veterans exercised when they were called to duty. By taking Vietnam Veterans back to the jungles in which they served, The Greatest Generations Foundation is honoring and memorializing these men, their sacrifices and more importantly those who did not return so that future generations will never forget their sacrifices or those who were left behind.

If you are a veteran, or know a veteran who has served our great nation, let’s celebrate them by telling their stories, while furthering The Greatest Generations Foundation’s mission. Let’s help those who need it most, by supporting their legacy and providing them with the opportunity tell their personal account of their war experience. And let’s honor our veterans by raising awareness of their greatness and creating a new conversation about their legacy and their endless love of country.

- Timothy Davis, President - The Greatest Generations Foundation
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