Compared to the mega-veterans organizations, VietNow is small enough so that our officers, including the National President, are on a first-name basis with a big percentage of members – our officers are not just names on an organizational chart – they’re real people. And Joe Lewis is approachable any time a member has a question or a problem. Running an organization like VietNow isn’t easy, but Joe works hard, and his heart is strong for veterans.
Be sure to read his article in every issue of the magazine, and you’ll see what we mean. And you can read Joe’s blog right here.
Joe Lewis, VietNow National President
AmTrykes in action
What do tricycles and veterans with disability have in common?
What does VietNow National do?
A look at our hard-working committees and coordinators.
The Tomb of the Unknown
VietNow National officers visit the Tomb of the Unknown in Washington, DC.
Officers and national board in action
Visits to Washington, D.C., the American Gold Star Mothers convention, and more.
VietNow supports Sons and Daughters in Touch at The Wall
Representatives of VietNow National joined “the kids” of Sons and Daughters in Touch at The Wall for the 25th Anniversary Father’s Day Celebration.
A few of the things we did at our national convention
Our 30th Annual Convention was a major success, with seminars, awards, and great friends (old and new).
New committees and what sets VietNow apart
How VietNow is spreading its reach, and what’s the real thing that sets VietNow apart from other veterans organizations.
Good changes in VietNow National committees
Refreshed committees starting to have an impact.
When no one knew about Agent Orange
In the 1970s, Joe Lewis ran into an old friend who was so sick Joe didn’t recognize him at first. It was the beginning of Joe’s quest to find out everything he could about Agent Orange.