Barry Steed, CEO/President of NCB International, provider of
VetCam, says, "America has the best business and technology
in the world today. It is our responsibility to do our part
and say thank you."
The American Legion has launched "VetCam," a free Webcam
service that enables service members and veterans to talk
face-to-face on their personal computers with friends and
family. Once VetCam users register online, they can connect
with two Webcams and use the service 24/7 from any Internet
"Next to actually being there, seeing and talking with your
spouse and kids, mom and dad, and best friends are
morale-boosters prior generations of veterans never had,"
To initiate the service, a user needs a Webcam or computer
with built-in Webcam. Then, just register and start
communicating. Once registered, simply log in at any time to
connect. (You can watch a short demonstration video of how
to use VetCam.) For more information, please visit:
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