There are over 150,000 Vietnam-era veterans in Tennessee, and I want to honor those who call our First Congressional District home.
Although I didn’t serve in the Armed Forces, I want to carry on the tradition set forth by my predecessor Rep. Phil Roe by continuing to recognize the tremendous sacrifice our servicemembers – past and present – have made to protect our lives and many freedoms.
That’s why I partnered with the Vietnam War Commemoration to find eligible Vietnam-era veterans and their families to honor them accordingly. Each participating veteran or family member will receive a commemorative lapel pin and certificate of special recognition as a token of our nation’s gratitude. I have prepared a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Guide that provides additional information on eligibility requirements. Continue reading here…
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