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Senator Pete Harckham Honors National Vietnam War Veterans Day at Albany State Capitol New York State Senator Pete Harckham commemorated National Vietnam War Veterans Day at the State Capitol yesterday, introducing a resolution to the full Senate and welcoming local Vietnam War veterans from the 40th Senate District and Hudson Valley communities.

Senator Harckham emphasized the State of New York’s commitment to showing respect and appreciation for Vietnam veterans, recognizing the sacrifices made by over three million Americans during the war. He highlighted the significance of the day, which is observed annually on March 29th, in remembrance of those who served and lost their lives.

During his remarks, Senator Harckham praised the courage and sacrifice of Vietnam veterans, acknowledging the challenges they faced upon returning home. He also discussed recent legislative efforts aimed at supporting veterans, including funding for the Pfc. Joseph P. Dwyer Peer 2 Peer Veterans Support Program and initiatives to ensure equitable access to services.

Accompanied by a group of honored guests, including veterans from various communities in the Hudson Valley, Senator Harckham expressed gratitude for their service and dedication. The ceremony marked the twelfth anniversary of National Vietnam Veterans Day, originally proclaimed by President Barack Obama in 2012.

Among the attendees were individuals who shared personal reflections on their experiences and expressed appreciation for Senator Harckham’s ongoing advocacy for veterans’ rights. The event served as a meaningful tribute to the bravery and resilience of Vietnam War veterans, fostering camaraderie and solidarity among those in attendance.

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