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New York Offers Recognition For Cold War Vets
Monday, March 24, 2014
New York Offers Recognition For Cold War Vets
New York State is now offering recognition for veterans who served during the Cold War.
 
The New York State Cold War Certificate is now available to any New York resident who served in the military and was honorably discharged between the end of World War II on Sept. 2, 1945 and the dissolution of the Soviet Union on Dec. 26, 1991.
 
Applicants can prove their service with a DD 214, indicating an honorable discharge or a discharge in honorable circumstances from active duty, an NGB Form 22, indicating either an honorable discharge or a discharge in honorable circumstances from the Army or Air National Guard, or a WD AGO Form 53-55 issued by the War Department prior to the creation of the Department of Defense.
 
Information on how to apply for the New York State Cold War Certificate can be found on the New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs awards website here dmna.ny.gov/awards/coldwar/ or by calling 518-591-5296.
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