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Bring tissues! While I did not lose anyone in the Viet Nam War, I lived through it as a college student. Walking the length of the Wall, seeing the names of the war dead, and realizing that each person whose name appeared on the Wall...More
A curved wall of black marble with the names of the dead of the Vietnam War. That’all But for those who remember the insanity of that war get emotional and overwhelmed: each engraved name is someone who gave his/her life for their country. And the...More
As a Vietnam Vet it was my first visit to any Vietnam war memorial. It's not as dramatic or powerful as the Iwo JIma or Korean war memorials but the simplistic concept of Alphabetically listing the names by date humanizes the dreadful toll of lives...More
To me, the most profound and hallowed monument or memorial in all of Washington, D.C. is the VietNam Memorial. We were fortunate to visit on a sunny, 60 degree day towards the end of November on a Sunday afternoon. I have visited in all three...More