50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration

Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services joined thousands of visitors, veteran organizations, veterans and their families on the Washington, D. C. National Mall., 11 – 13 May, for the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration.

This three-day celebration included bands, speeches, information booths, military pomp & circumstance, and a huge gathering of advocates and veterans. This was an opportunity to recognize and acknowledge our nation’s Vietnam Veterans – their service, and example.

Dixon Center established an information booth to build public awareness and encourage involvement by individuals and organizations. More important, over the three days, we spoke with hundreds of Vietnam veterans and their families, listening to them, understanding what’s working and what’s not. With our partners, Angel Force USA and Cohens Veterans Bioscience, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services is focused on ensuring that the evolving needs of Vietnam veterans continued to be met as they Heal with Honor.

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