March 29th is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. On March 29, 1973, the last combat troops were withdrawn from Vietnam and the last prisoners of war held in North Vietnam arrived on American soil. Over 58,000 soldiers were killed during the Vietnam War. On this day, we remember those who did not make it home and those that risked their lives serving our country.
Colonel Ron Zola is an important part of the Veterans Place Employment Team and has been dedicated to developing the employment department to assist veterans to find sustainable and competitive employment. Colonel Zola served in Vietnam from 1969-1970 as a Platoon Leader. Zola served in the United States Army for 25 years and has dedicated his retirement to helping his fellow veterans. Colonel Zola’s passion for his country and comrades shows in everything that he does. Happy Vietnam War Veterans Day Colonel Zola. Thank you for your selfless service to our country and for your commitment to our veterans at Veterans Place.
Veterans Place offers our “Honor and Assist” Program as a way to memorialize a veteran in your life and assist one of our veterans seeking support. Click here to join our mission and send a photo of a veteran in your life that will be featured on our website.
Veterans Place has revamped the website to include accessibility for visitors that are Vision Impaired, have ADHD or Cognitive Disability, as well as many other options to assist our supporters and veterans as they navigate the Veterans Place website.
It is of utmost importance to the Veterans Place team that those searching for services can access them quickly and easily. To utilize the accessibility options, visit our website and click the blue icon on the bottom right.