* On July 13, the Military Training School under Army Corps 1 handed over a gratitude house to a heroic mother Dinh Thi Thuoc in Ninh Binh province. This was part of practical activities in the buildup to the Vietnam Day for Wounded Soldiers and Martyrs (July 27).

 Incense offered to fallen soldiers in Quang Tri
* The same day, the Phu Yen provincial Military Command cooperated with the Tuy An district People's Committee to hand over gratitude houses to Nguyen Huu Chau, a son of a martyr in Thai Long hamlet, An Linh commune and Ho Xuan Diep, a retired soldier and revolutionary contributor in Xuan Thanh hamlet, An Xuan commune.

In addition, the unit also presented a gratitude house to beneficiary household Tran Ngoc Ho. The house was built at a total cost of VND 120 million.

* The same day, a delegation of the Vietnam Military Medical University (VMMU), led by its Director Major General Do Quyet and Political Commissar Lieutenant General Nguyen Trong Chinh, offered incense to fallen soldiers at the Road 9 National Martyrs' Cemetery, the Truong Son National Martyrs' Cemetery and the Quang Tri Ancient Citadel.

This was part of the unit's gratitude-returning activities to honor wounded soldiers and martyrs' contributions to national independence.

During the three-day program, the delegation will also provide free health checkups and medicines, hand over gratitude houses and present gifts to needy and beneficiary households and wounded soldiers.

At the Road 9 National Martyrs' Cemetery and the Truong Son National Martyrs' Cemetery, the delegation offered incense and paid deep tribute to war martyrs who had scarified their lives for the cause of national construction and defense.

The academy’s delegation also offered incense and flowers to the fallen soldiers fighting in the Quang Tri Defense Campaign 1972.

Translated by Minh Anh