Established in 2008, the United States of America Vietnam War 50th Commemoration Pinning Ceremony honors veterans of the Vietnam War for their heroic service and pays tribute to their selfless contributions. Each participating veteran will be honored with a commemorative lapel pin and certificate of special recognition as a token of the nation’s gratitude.

Applications are currently open to all eligible residents of Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

In the coming weeks, you will be contacted by staff from Congresswoman McBath’s office regarding a ceremony date and location. For all questions or concerns, please contact the Sandy Springs District Office at (470) 773-6330. For more information on previous ceremonies, please see this press release.

If you were on active duty, became a prisoner of war, or are a family member of an individual who was declared missing or killed in action during the period of November 1, 1955, to May 15, 1975, you are eligible to participate in this ceremony. Please note that you do not have to submit a DD-214 to participate in the ceremony.

Vietnam Pinning Ceremony Application

Note: Fields marked with an * are required.

I. Applicant Information

If the veteran is being recognized posthumously, please provide information for the family member or friend accepting the pin on their behalf.

Is this pin being awarded posthumously? *

II. Service Information

III. Authorization