An Indiana man is asking for help in his search for photographs of Vietnam War veterans.

Air Force veteran David Hine explained on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today why this concept of finding vets' photos is important to him.

"Being in the military ... you continue to remember those that served before you, with you and those that are currently serving now," he stated. "We can't afford to forget the sacrifices that every man and woman made when they paid the ultimate sacrifice for the country."

When the 20-year US Air Force veteran finds the correct photos, he shares them on the national Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund's Virtual Wall of Faces

He said that the memorial fund began to collect the photos of the 58,378 veterans' names on the wall in 2009. 

"We owe it to them to make sure they're honored and remembered," Hine shared.

If you know any Vietnam War veterans whose photos you would like to share, check out the virtual Wall of Faces here.

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" video above. 


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