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There are over 200,000 veterans in Washington state who served during the Vietnam War. I want to honor these heroes, including unreturned veterans, and their families at Vietnam War 50th Commemoration pinning ceremonies across Central Washington in Moses Lake, Okanogan, and Sunnyside. 

I have partnered with Vietnam War Commemoration as part of a nation-wide effort to thank and honor all Vietnam-era veterans. I want to ensure all eligible Vietnam-era veterans of Washington's 4th Congressional District receive a Service Lapel Pin and the recognition they deserve. If you are interested in receiving a pin and/or attending a pinning ceremony, please complete the application below. If available, you may also submit your DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD-214). 

If you prefer, you can also complete this form and mail to Britten Hershberger at the address below or by e-mail to Britten.Hershberger@mail.house.gov.

Mailing address: 

Office of Congressman Dan Newhouse
Attn: Britten Hershberger
402 East Yakima Avenue, Suite 1000
Yakima, WA 98901

Please note: A DD-214 is not required to receive a pin or participate in a ceremony. If you would like help obtaining your DD-214, please contact Britten Hershberger in the Yakima office at (509) 452-3243 or Britten.Hershberger@mail.house.gov.

By submitting the above form, you are certifying:

1. I release this information to the Office of Congressman Dan Newhouse for the use in the Vietnam War 50th Commemoration. I authorize Congressman Newhouse to release my name and photo in all promotional materials (website, e-newsletter, press release,etc.).

2. The veteran receiving recognition and/or the family member applying is a legal resident of Washington's 4th Congressional District.