Jon Hutto

Founding member of Appeal for Redress

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Enlisted Navy Petty Officer and founding member of the Appeal for Redress, an initiative seeking to mobilize active duty members in a call for the return of troops

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In 1969, almost 1400 active-duty service members signed a full-page ad in the New York Times calling for an end to the Vietnam War. Their strategy was resistance and confrontation.

Active-Duty Soldiers Petition for Return of US Troops

In 1969, almost 1400 active-duty service members signed a full-page ad in the New York Times calling for an end to the Vietnam War. Their strategy was resistance and confrontation.

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