Telling Their Story: Women Vietnam Vets And A Virtual Cemetery

Marsha "Cricket" Holder
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Marsha “Cricket” Holder served in Vietnam from February, 1968 to April, 1970 in a variety of positions. She kept extending to be relatively close to other family members who were deployed. After returning from Vietnam, she joined the Mississippi National Guard, and eventually completed over 32 years of Federal Service. Now that she is “retired,” she spends her time developing and maintaining a Virtual Cemetery that honors deceased Women Vietnam Veterans. In this interview, she talks about the importance of the virtual cemetery as a means of remembering. The address to the virtual cemetery is http://goo.gl/yTjo9t

VIDEO DETAILS

conflicts Vietnam War
topics Writing the Soldier's Life Women in Service
interviewer David Siry
date 26 August 2016

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS

name Marsha "Cricket" Holder
service Women's Army Corps WAC
unit USARV, 1st Logistical Command
specialty Administrative Specialist
service dates 1966 1970
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