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Mark Anthony is the Oregon State Coordinator for PMIM. Mark and Ellen have been instrumental in organizing the state and have put on some wonderful PM NW Conferences.
Point Man International Ministries now has a Christian Community Forum where you can join in on the daily conversations regarding various Christian topics. Why not stop by and take a look?
Chuck Dean was amongst the first combat troops sent to the Vietnam theatre in 1965. His tour as an infantryman with the 173rd Brigade, and the years that followed, prompted Chuck to write this lay person's view of "Post Traumatic Stress Disorder" (PTSD). As of this date "Nam Vet" is in its 12th printing. I would recommend the book to veterans, spouses, family members and friends who are looking for answers as to why their loved ones continue to battle with the horrors of their Vietnam experience 30+ years after the fact.
Russell Nauta's "PTSD Support Services" specializes in combining personal experiences of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and practical application skills learned during workshops, counseling he has gone through, and resources from all over the web.
Norm Bergsma served with the 25th Infantry Division in 1968-69. For years he has been projecting his experiences and emotions onto canvas. Each of Norm's "In Country Art" creations have a profound story. I have personally never seen such emotions reflected in Vietnam combat art. You won't regret visiting Norm's web pages.
Eric Nevatie served with the USMC in I Corp during 1966-67. As an immigrant he learned English while fighting in Vietnam. Eric produces quality oil paintings related to his Vietnam experiences as well as the Pacific N.W. where he lives.
A Memorial dedicated to the Memory of those who lost their lives in the Vietnam War and to the Missing in Action and Prisoners of War who were left behind in Southeast Asia.
Roever, since 1970, has crisscrossed this nation delivering a message of hope and
healing to America’s families. His primary focus remains directed to the young
people of America. But, the impact of Dave’s story has not been confined to
this side of the globe alone; in 1993 Dave returned to Vietnam on a mission …
Gathering of Eagles is non-partisan. While each
member has his or her own political beliefs, our common love and respect for
America and her heroes is what brings us together.
founded Outpost 101 in Coos Bay, Oregon in 1988. In 1990 he and Connie
moved to Seattle to work full time in the Point Man HQ office. While there
Mike began escorting short-term PMIM mission teams to Thailand, Laos, Burma and
Vietnam. Later he and Connie labored on the foreign mission field in S.E.
Asia from 1992-97. Mike had put together a nice website detailing his
Vietnam experience as well as his continued involvement with PMIM.
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