Welcome to the Vietnam Veterans of America New Jersey State Council

We are honored to be here to serve our Veterans with assistance, as well as to promote legislation for the health and rights of veterans—we’ll even give veterans assistance with filing claims. So if it has anything to do with Veterans, it’s here... but if it’s not, or if you have an issue that has not been addressed, please let us know because you, our honored Veteran, is our sole purpose to exist!

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Please help us help our very deserving veterans. Donate whatever amount you can afford, which, of course, is tax deductible. On behalf of all of our Vietnam Veterans, thank you!

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Message from VVA President John Rowan, National President of Vietnam Veterans of America


John Rowan's COVID-19 Message

African Americans Make Up 2 Percent of All Medal of Honor Recipients

Feb 18 – Out of the more than 3,500 service members who have received the nation's highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor, only 90 have been African Americans — and they have spanned every conflict from the Civil War to the Vietnam War... more

U.S. Army’s Only All-Female, African American WWII Unit Honored with Monument

The contributions of over 800 African American women who sorted mail in a segregated unit during WWII were recognized Friday in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, with a monument erected in their honor. “No mail, no morale,” was the motto of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, the U.S. Army’s only all-African American and all-female unit during the Second World War... more

Check-Off for Veterans in 2020

Check It to Help New Jersey’s Vietnam Veterans Here’s a tip you may not know about completing your 2019 New Jersey return this tax season: You can help Veterans in your community by making an additional donation on your Form 1040 to the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Fund!... more

Thousands of Korean-American Vietnam Veterans Could Receive VA Health Care Under This Bill

Korean Americans who fought as U.S. allies in the Vietnam War don't qualify for health care through the Department of Veterans Affairs. A new bill from Rep. Gil Cisneros, D-Calif., would change that... more

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