About the Memorial
The New York State Vietnam Memorial commemorates the military service of New York State residents who served their country in Southeast Asia between 1961-1975, including more than four thousand who lost their lives or were declared missing in action. Dedicated in 1984, the memorial was one of the first such state efforts in the nation. The gallery was created to serve as a “living” component of the memorial, offering exhibits, and programs intended to increase public understanding of the Vietnam War and to continually honor those who served.
On Exhibit in the Vietnam Memorial Gallery
Their Glory Can Never Fade: The Legacy of the Harlem Hellfighters
Open Through February 2019
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Vietnam Memorial Gallery is located in the Abrams Building for Law and Justice