Texas, Travis County, City of Austin Recognizing the Yellow Flag

November 11, 2004 was to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and to honor Vietnam War Veterans. On this occasion, the State of Texas, Travis County, and the City of Austin paid a special tribute to the Vietnamese American Community by signing Proclamations/Resolution to recognize the Yellow flag with 3 Red stripes as the formal symbol of the Vietnamese American Community in Texas.
About 300 Vietnamese American from Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Austin marched on Congress Avenue in the parade that was described the biggest one in 30 years. The parade involved about 90 groups of American Veterans, Boy and Girl Scout, School bands and dancers, ROTC….



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