Vang Pao Burial at Arlington Cemetery

Statements that are currently being leveled Army denies is about Vang Pao burial at Arlington Cemetery. Vang Pao was born on December 25, 1929, in a Hmong village named Nonghet, located in Central Xiangkhuang Province, in the northeastern region of Laos, where his father, Neng Chu Vang, was a county leader. He began his early life as a farmer until Japanese forces invaded and occupied French Indochina in World War II. His father sent him away to school from the age of 10 to 15 before he launched his military career, joining the French Military to protect fellow Hmong during the Japanese invasion.
Vang Pao was the leader of the CIA trained Hmong guerrillas in the war against communists in Laos. He is also credited with putting about 10 thousand citizens of ethnic Hmong in various U.S. cities. Vang Pao died last week at a hospital in California at the age of 81 years. Thanks to his services is the department representative of the American people asked for Vang pao buried at Arlington Cemetery.

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