Duty, Honor, Country
Graduates of the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY, have served their country in every war since the academy was founded in 1802.
Four graduates of the Class of '67 who served in Vietnam wanted to make sure that soldiers fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq had tangible evidence that their service and sacrifice were appreciated and honored by those of us back home.
In keeping with the time-honored military tradition of "taking care of your troops," these veterans and their wives created Cause in order to be "...here for those who are there for us."®
Robert C. Doheny, LTC USA (RET) and his wife Joyce
Vietnam Service: 1968-1969 (Bronze Star, Army Commendation)
Paul B. Haseman, LTC USAR (RET) and his wife Vivian
Vietnam Service: 1968-1969 (Bronze Star)
Hartmut H. Lau, COL USA (RET) and his wife Barbara
Vietnam Service: 1968-1969 (Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart)
Richard E. Waterman, COL USA (RET) and his wife Debbie
Vietnam Service: 1968-1969 & 1970-1971 (Bronze Star)