If you or someone you know is searching for their biological American father who was stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam War covering the periods of (1959-1978) please contact us.
หากคุณหรือคนที่คุณรู้จักคือการค้นหาพ่อของพวกเขาทางชีวภาพอเมริกันที่ประจำการอยู่ในประเทศไทยในช่วงสงครามเวียดนามที่ครอบคลุมระยะเวลาของการ (1959-1979) (2502-2522) โปรดติดต่อเรา
As Vietnam Veterans, this is the most critical time of our lives. I am asking all of my fellow military friends who were stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam War and think that there is a possibility that an Amer-Thai child or Thai mother were left behind during and after the Vietnam War, please contact us. Our "Forgotten Children" files have grown beyond what we expected.
During the Vietnam War many American military & civilian personnel were stationed at Bases/Camps/Sites throughout Thailand and also in the neighboring countries such as Laos and Cambodia. After much research, I found that American-Thai orphans were one of the Amerasian groups that we did not hear much of around the world and also did not receive the same exposure and recognition as Vietnam orphans received. Families all around the world adopted American-Thai orphans, but the majority of the American-Thai orphans remained in Thailand.
This site also welcomes all individuals such as the mother's of American-Thai orphans, American fathers & adopted parents or just anyone wishing to locate military personnel that were stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam War.
Our information databases will concentrate on Air Force, Army, USCG, USMC military personnel and some civilian agencies. We are currently studying the possibilities of expanding our databases to include other U.S. government agencies such as Peace Corps/USAID/UNESCO etc. that were based in Thailand during the Viet Nam war. We are also discussing the possibilities of including other Amerasian searches in Laos.
We currently have approximately 4,386 pieces (As of: 7 Oct 2015) of information which includes old letters, photos, birth certificates, marriage certificates, passport documents pertaining to American fathers and American-Thai children. We can cross reference against any document(s) the American father might have. All this information is strictly private and never revealed to either party until we are certain that we have a possible match.
American-Thai children have a basic moral right too, if nothing else, to at least be given direction on their continued search for their biological fathers. To this day, many American-Thai orphans are still wishing on a miracle and hoping to find their biological fathers. These children (now adults), know that time is on their side and that the majority of those biological fathers have now reached the age of 60+. Help us find their biological fathers!
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