An exhibit at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. that pays tribute to veterans who served as chaplains. Includes photos, letters, and other artifacts used in the field.
Site tells the story of how the U.S. Postal Service issued a stamp commemorating the heroic actions of the four chaplains on the Dorchester.
A nonprofit organization founded by Chaplain Poling's father and others to further the cause of unity.
An open forum in which veterans and nurses discuss their experiences in Vietnam and delve into the substance of the their material.
Produced in April 2004, an excellent radio documentary about the Rwandan tragedy, ten years after the events took place, entitled "The Few Who Stayed: Defying Genocide in Rwanda."
Non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the legacy of the chaplains and Web site created for a Stanford University course providing a historical timeline of cloning research.
Fox-Benton is director of the Immortal Chaplains Foundation.
Weigl is an author, poet, and a Vietnam War veteran.
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