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By visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, you begin to understand how many heroes stood tall, courageously defending freedom, and ultimately giving their lives to that cause. This is a historical landmark that will live in your hearts and memories forever.
The memorial in itself is a beautiful addition to the Mall, but on its own it's just a wall. It needs an explanation, especially to the younger generations and so if you are not a history buff yourself consider a guide to help you get...More
My husband is Vietnam vet so stopping here was a necessity. The wall is beautiful, but stark. My husband was a little disappointed that he was not able to look up his buddies. The book where you can look for names and their location on...More
We visited this memorial to find the name of the POW/MIA soldier that I wore his name on my wrist for 25 years. Touching his name, thanking him for his service and saying a prayer for his family whom I’ve never met was a humbling...More
It is very nice specially if you have a relative, yourself or if you know someone that fought in the Vietnã War. It is beautiful seeing the black granite wall from low to high and the names of the fallen solders on it. But, it...More
This memorial is one of the most deeply moving places I go to in Washington, DC. It is a place where you will want to spend some time. If you knew someone who was killed in Vietnam, as I do, you can find the panel...More