Makes you realize how any lives were sacrefiiced in Viet Nam. Near the Lincoln Memorial. Can look at catalog of names to find deceased person
About Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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I was a little surprised how simple the Vietnam Memorial was considering the number of people who gave the ultimate sacrifice in this war. The names of those are listed on the wall. There is a catalog before the wall to look up a name...More
We arrived from Canada and this was my requested Memorial to attend. While draft dodgers from USA were entering our Country, these brave soldiers paid the ultimate sacrifice and are now recognized. We lost Canadians to Vietnam also. It was a very emotional experience. This...More
This was a beutifully done memorial. I was taken here with a tour group and it was definetley worth the trip.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a very simple, yet powerful memorial. It tells a subtle story about the sacrifice made by our military there. I would recommend visiting early in the morning or later in the evening for less crowds.
Like most monuments in DC I would recommend dusk or dawn for a visit. The light is best, crowds are sparse and the quiet is welcomed.
This large V shaped black marble has the names of all of our men and women who died in Vietnam Nam. There is a web sight to help locate your loved one and there's a directory at the entrance of the memorial. Park rangers are...More
Since I had many family and friends that served in the war this Memorial was very heart wrenching for me. When you can find their name it brings back so many memories.
very moving and the volunteers are very helpful an more than willing to talk to you. a must see. It within the national memorial area so all easy to find.
By far the best done memorial to date. Numerous emotions will hit you, but most notably sadness seeing all of the names of our fallen heroes. I make sure to read at least two dozen different names each visit to help their memories live on...More