They are part of “The Forgotten Warriors”. Forty-seven years ago they came home from a war. There were no parades, no celebrations, no flag waving, and no patriotic speeches by government officials or politicians. They were cautioned not to wear their uniforms while traveling home or off the military base. Some were spit on, cussed at, and called “baby killers”, but they were never “welcomed home”. Instead they were greeted with “anti-war” protest. We honor them here.