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The Medal of Honor - 
During the Vietnam War, 248 Medals of Honor were received, 156 of them posthumously. Soldiers of the Army received the most with 161, followed by 57 to the Marines, 16 to the Navy and the remaining 14 to the Air Force.   The Vietnam Service Medal - 
The medal is issued to recognize military service during the Vietnam War and is authorized to service members in every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.   The National Defense Service Medal - 
The National Defense Service Medal is a service medal issued during qualifying periods of national emergency.   The Purple Heart - 
The Purple Heart is a United States military decoration awarded in the name of the President to those wounded or killed, while serving with the U.S. military.   The Air Medal - 
The Air Medal is a military award created in 1942 and is awarded for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight.   The Bronze Star - 
The Bronze Star Medal is the fourth-highest individual military award. It may be awarded for acts of heroism, acts of merit, or meritorious service in a combat zone.   Distinguished Service Cross - 
The DSC is the second highest military award for extreme gallantry and risk of life in actual combat with an armed enemy force.   Meritorius Service Medal
The MSM is an award presented for outstanding meritorious achievement or service to the United States.   The Silver Star - 
The Silver Star, is the third highest military decoration for valor awarded for gallantry in action against an enemy of the United States.

The images below are a ready reference linking to Internet content CNY Veterans find useful. Those links and many more are also archived on the Chapter 103, Veterans Links web page.

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Click for Vietnam Veterans of America, National web site. Click to view a Vietnam Veterans of America Press Release web page. Click for a United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs web site. Click for a United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs Press Release web page.
Click to view a Vietnam Veterans of America Agent Orange information web page. Click to view a Vietnam Veterans of America PTSD information web page. Click to view a Veterans Benefits Administration Veterans Services web page. Click for Syracuse, NY VA Medical Center - Services, Phonebook & Directory web page.
Click for Vietnam Veterans of America, New York State Council web site. Click for Vietnam Veterans of Central New York Foundation web site. Click to view a U S Department of Veterans Affairs Elderly Veterans Services web page. Click for U S V A Aid, Attendance and Housebound program informational web page.
Click to read the NYSC Periodic Newsletter. Click to view the Clear Path for Veterans web site. Click for U. S. V. A. Veteran Home Loan informational web page Click to open a U.S.V.A. Veteran Printed I.D. Card Program web page.
Click for New York State Division of Veterans Affairs web site. Click to view a New York State Department of Labor Veterans Services web page. Click for New York State Property Taxes and Assessments informational web page. Click for a Onondaga County, N Y Veterans Services Agency Web Page.
Click to view a U.S. Office of Personnel Management Veterans Services web page. Click for U. S. Department of the Treasury Veteran Employment Services web page. Click to open a U S Department of Homeland Security Veterans services web page. Click for National Veterans Crisis Hotline web site.
Click to open a Whitehouse Veterans services web page Click to open a U. S. National Archives Military Personnel Records Services web page to view a US Department of Veterans Affairs E-Benefits Gateway web page. Click for a U. S. Small Busniness Administration Veterans Business Development web page.

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