Armenian Assembly Honors Armenian American Veterans


Over the past years, the Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) honored various Armenian Americans for their time serving in the United States Armed Forces. Today, on Veterans’ Day, the Assembly is sharing a series of articles about Armenian American veterans written by the Assembly staff. 

We hope you enjoy reading about the brave men and women who fought for our great country.

Armenian Assembly Hosts Pan-Armenian Advocacy Conference in Nation’s Capital

Letter to Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) regarding H.R.6392 in the 111th Congress

Armenian Assembly of America Commends Congressman Wolf (R-VA) for Honoring the Life of Colonel George Juskalian

Armenian Assembly Applauds Placement of Khachkar at Grave of U.S. Civil War Armenian Soldier

Colonel George Juskalian Post Office Building Officially Designated in Northern Virginia

Armenians and the Purple Heart

List of Armenian Recipients of the Purple Heart

Armenian American Veteran Visits WWII Memorial for the First Time

About Armenian Assembly of America

Established in 1972, the Armenian Assembly of America is the largest Washington-based nationwide organization promoting public understanding and awareness of Armenian issues. The Assembly is a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt membership organization.
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