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Finding generations long ago on Vietnam Wall

Whenever I find a name for someone on the Vietnam Wall, I asked who this person is to them. Often, it’s a relative. Someone they probably didn’t know like their mom’s uncle. Recently, the woman said it was her boyfriend … Continue reading

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Rocks along the Vietnam Memorial Wall

The runaway most read blog item the past two years is about rocks left on gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery. Now I’ve spotted them at the Vietnam Memorial Wall. The first time came recently when seeing a series of four … Continue reading

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14 names to be added to Vietnam Wall

Fourteen men will be added to the Vietnam Memorial Wall on May 11 with a ceremony at 10 a.m. while another eight will have their status changed. SSG Jerry Leon Antrich, U.S. Army Weid, Texas June 20, 1930 – Aug. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Wreaths along Vietnam Wall

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How to find a name on the Vietnam Memorial Wall

    They’re looking for a friend, comrade or relative from the past. The Vietnam Memorial Wall offers that connection. You can touch the names, feel the person if only in half-inch letters etched in granite. Unlike so many displays, … Continue reading

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