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We invite you to join hundreds of others in showing your support for The League of Wives Memorial Project.

Thank you for your willingness to support the League of Wives Memorial Project!


To make a donation by check, please make the check payable to:


The League of Wives Memorial Project


Mail the check to:

The League of Wives Memorial Project

PO Box 180206

Coronado, CA 92178


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If you have any questions, please reach out to our treasurer, Mari Fries at

These women did hero's work to help institute protections for POWs and help negotiate to bring them home safely. They are more than worthy of a permanent memorial. —Carolyn

As a military spouse myself, I can’t thank these women enough for all of their dedication and hard work. They forever changed the role of a military spouse for the better. —Heather

As a 25 year Navy veteran helicopter pilot, I believe we need this memorial to honor and thank them for their “service” during and after the Vietnam war. What better way to show our appreciation for their endless efforts than a place where young and old can visit and learn about true sacrifice and love of country. —Bret

As a military daughter and wife who also knew the Stockdales, I firmly believe this monument is important for all of us... especially our children and grandchildren so they never forget. These men and the women who fought so hard for them are truly an inspiration. —Lisa

On behalf of my cousin, Lt. Charles W. Stratton missing in Viet Nam and for his wife, Sallie Stratton who was given great comfort by the League of Wives! A memorial is fitting and well deserved! —Glenda

I support this well deserved tribute.... as the wife of a POW shot down in the final months of the war, I am grateful for their courageous work. —Leslie

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League Meeting with Def. Sec. Laird
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POW James Stockdale
1. Sybil and Jim Stockdale in the 1960's
Stockdales at Home
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