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davhq 29 Mar 19
Where is the most popular place to honor is at the in Washington, D.C. This 3 part monument – consisting of the Three Soldiers Statue, the Vietnam Women's Memorial & the iconic wall listing the names & dates of our casualties.
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Robyn Nance Nov 13
I wasn’t expecting to get so emotional...
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Sons and Daughters In Touch (SDIT) Jun 9
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WWII Memorial Friends Jul 7
Jan Scruggs, founder of at the Memorial to mark 75th Anniversary of the Battle of
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KEVIN BEATTY 25 May 19
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Roper Center 26 Mar 19
in 1982, ground was broken on the in Washington, D.C. A poll in 2018 found that half of adults in the U.S. think we should have stayed out of .
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Daily Plinth Oct 4
LONGFORM: and the NEA ⭐️ 📺 at ⭐️ to Lin tomorrow, Oct 5, 1959. Incredible that in '81 Lin was 21y.o. undergrad when she won commission for , administered by , who produced this vid tracing their history
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David Hume Kennerly 2 Jun 19
Second Sacred Place. At the today, the only wall that matters to me... Among others I knew who are named there are four classmates from West Linn High School in Oregon. We all graduated together in 1965. None of them saw their 22nd birthdays.
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Dave Lyons 13 Jan 19
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Charles Runnells Sep 4
A replica of the visits this weekend. The 300-foot-long Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall features more than 58,000 names of U.S. soldiers who died or went missing during the Vietnam War.
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Dave Lyons Feb 1
Vietnam Memorial at night - took this a couple of weeks ago (before the last photo I posted). Very happy to have this!
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Arnold Resnicoff May 22
virtual ceremony at Monday 1PM EST. Remember our fallen. I’m honored to give the invocation — especially because I am a Please retweet to share this link.
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Jack Lawrence XXX Aug 8
While still attending College Student Maya Lin designed the Wall, opened in 1982. Most of the senior NCO’s I served with were .. I wish to pay my respects there someday.. 58,000 lives lost.. we need more
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Rachel Cole Nov 11
Honoring our in at the details on the ceremony only on 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Arnold Resnicoff May 23
On this as we honor loved ones lost in war, I share my old op-ed on the way the forever changed America’s vision regarding our men and women in uniform.
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Nancy F. Koehn Nov 13
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. was dedicated on November 13, 1982 to honor the service members who had lost their lives during this controversial war. 1/5
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Fletcher Newbern 27 May 19
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The Ringling May 25
In honor of American service members who have lost their lives, on this Memorial Day we are sharing "Vietnam Veterans Memorial" by Wendy Watniss. Image ()
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Carry The Load 11 Dec 18
DID YOU KNOW: In addition to those who served, the also authorized pins for POWs, immediate family of those listed unaccounted for from the War, immediate fam of vets on the and surviving spouses of deceased .
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Jeffrey Deitelbaum Jul 26
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