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National Vietnam War Veterans Day - 2021-03-29
What is National Vietnam War Veterans Day?
March 29 is Vietnam War Veterans Day. It honors the men and women who served in the longest war in United States history. The Vietnam War ended in 1973, but the effect is still felt today. Veterans are finally getting their due respect after being ignored for so long. The Vietnam War involved five U.S. presidents, lasted 20 years, and involved over half a million American military personnel. This event changed the course of America's history forever. Veterans are returning home from service overseas. How do you honor them? The observance of Veterans Day is to recognize the military service of these men and women who answered the call to serve their country when she needed them. The veterans did not make the decision to go to war. Throughout National Vietnam War Veterans Day, we recognize the service and duty rendered by veterans and active servicemen and women of this era.
When is National Vietnam War Veterans Day?
National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed annually on March 29th!
History of National Vietnam War Veterans Day
In March, U.S. Senators Pat Toomey and Joe Donnelly introduced a bill to honor Vietnam veterans by making the anniversary of the end of the Vietnam war a national holiday. It was signed into law by President Trump on March 28, 2017. The holiday will be observed on March 29 and flags will be flown for veterans of this war.
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