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Vietnam Vet Memorial
We are the nonprofit organization that founded the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (The Wall) in Washington, D.C. in 1982.
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With honor and gratitude.
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Scenes from the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC. ()
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Reflecting on Veterans Day 2019 at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Jim Knotts and Grant Coates review the 400 names on the Wall still waiting for photographs. Check out for the missing 400 pictures.
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. with
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Rebecca Rusch 9h
1/4 Much of what inspires my mission and values stems from being from a family, so has many layers of meaning for me.. 🇺🇸I’m so proud of my sister, Brigadier General Sharon Bannister and her dedication to our country and my Dad’s memory. .
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House Veterans' Affairs 11h
Chairman joined for at the Wall and met General George Price- welcome home!
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5000RoleModels-Duval 10h
While in Washington, D.C. recently one of our mentor Role Models took the time to carefully assist one our mentee Role Models with finding his relatives name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
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Sam Ford 13h
I’m at the Vietnam Memorial where veterans from across the country are sharing stories with comrades and remembering those who didn’t make it back.
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The color guards retire the flags after the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Vietnam Memorial. ()
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Items left at The Wall as tributes and remembrances.
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Thousands come here to honor, remember and pay solemn tribute to those who served.
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The Three Servicemen Statue, born out of controversy surrounding The Wall's original design, provides a realistic depiction of three Vietnam servicemen. It is now a revered part of the Memorial site. We are grateful it is here.
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Today we commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the Three Servicemen Statue and the 15th Anniversary of the In Memory Plaque, two very powerful tributes to those who served. There is so much love and camaraderie on display marking these special anniversaries.
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Bill Bratton 14h
On this , I'm proud to have served my country during the Vietnam War as a Military Police dog handler. My Dad, Bill Bratton, served in the in the Pacific during WWII. My nephew Kyle Oestreich Bratton is proudly serving as a Captain.
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Brandi Mendham Ph.D. 16h
My heart is full of gratitude on this Veteran's Day. Grateful for those who have served & continue to serve. Treasure this gift from the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC from my Grandpa I never met and missing my Grandpa who we lost 2 years ago...in my heart forever.
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Intern John 17h
Happy , especially my dad. The photo on the left is shortly before he was deployed to Vietnam, and on the right at Arlington Cemetery at the Vietnam Memorial tree.
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