NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Orange Heart Medal Foundation looks to honor a certain group of Vietnam veterans.
Founded in 2018, the Orange Heart Medal Project’s mission is to bring recognition to veterans who were exposed and subsequently affected by Agent Orange during their military service in the United States Armed Services.
Joyce Gentry joined News 2 to explain more about the movement which provides the medal free of charge to veterans who are or have suffered the effects of Agent Orange exposure or their surviving spouse.
Overcoming the lingering stress of war – News 2 looks at what’s being done to help those who have served keep their voices heard in special reports all-day Veterans Day, in every newscast, and on wkrn.com.
More than 4,000 have been awarded to date. Click here to learn more.