Vietnam vets honored in ceremony marking 50th anniversary of war
There are more than seven million Americans Vietnam veterans still among us today. They made sacrifices and fought in an unpopular war but are just now getting the recognition they deserve.
During a special ceremony on Monday, soldiers who bravely served the United States go the 'thank you' they should have gotten years ago. It was part of a pinning ceremony in South Lyon held by state Sen. Mike Kowall (R-White Lake).
"It's nice to be recognized. Little late but nice anyway," Vietnam veteran Charles Harmon said.
On Monday Kowall held a pinning ceremony in South Lyon to honor Vietnam vets during the 50-year anniversary of the Vietnam War.