• NV&GWVC Officers and Members


    NV&GWVC Officers center: Chairman John J. Molloy and behind him fmr. Navy Seal, Benjamin Smith. Former POWs from Vietnam War L to R: Larry Stark, Capt. Eugene "Red" McDaniel, Mike Benge

    Chairman's TOC
  • USS Cole Cmdr. Kirk Lippold


    USS Cole Cmdr. Kirk Lippold, guest speaker, addressing a Coalition luncheon.

  • Payment in Iron


    Author Amy Yarsinke speaks about her book, "An American in the Basement."
    The book centers on Gulf War POW Capt. Scott Speicher, USN.

  • Louie!


    Hon. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), guest speaker, addresses a
    Coalition luncheon.

  • Kentucky Colonel Recipients


    2014 Kentucky Colonel recipients Diana West, author, and Father Alister Anderson, NV&GWVC Chaplain

    Rogue's Gallery
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Human Rights For Vietnam

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The following article was submitted by Coalition officer and POW/MIA Committee member, Danny Belcher.

"My American friend who goes by the pen name of Co Van wrote this report some month ago. The situation has not changed. The same reports are coming out now with the cost of getting caught being death or worse for you and your family. Why do we want trade with communist Vietnam? Co Van is in Cambodia today. We hope he comes out alive."

"Another Obstacle for Montagnards"

Danny "Greasy" Belcher, Executive Director
Task Force Omega of KY Inc.
Vietnam Infantry Sgt. 68-69
"D" Troop 7th Sqdn. 1st Air Cav


Human Rights For Vietnam is part of the ten points issues represented by the National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition. Some of our Coalition member groups, our South Vietnamese allies, can be contacted for further information regarding the Human Rights movement on behalf of Vietnam.

Human Rights in Vietnam?

The UN should issue sanctions against the government of Vietnam for these violations of human rights. Vietnam should not be deriving benefit from its ecomonic relations with the United States while it persecutes people for practicing their religion. American prisoners of war and missing in action that still remain in Southeast Asia, though denied by our government, should not have their sacrifices discarded so readily.

At left, Chairman John J. Molloy presents a momento signed by General Westmoreland to the President of Council of Vietnamese-American Organizations, Nam Nhat Nguyen.

The United States government is quick to dismiss the sacrifices of its military for economic and political benefits. What political benefit was obtained from our abandoning our Vietnamese allies, if America had been willing to use its military might to enforce freedom for the Republic of Vietnam, the Muslim terrorists would never have considered attacking us.


2005 by The National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition. All rights reserved.