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Vietnam Veterans Memorial Veterans Day 2008
Washington, DC

This is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial "The Wall" on veterans day 2008.  There are over 58,000 names here of the men and women the died in the Vietnam War.  Each year the families and loved ones and comrades in arms come on Veterans Day to remember them.  There are two other part of the memorial the statue of the three men and the statue that comprise the Vietnam Women's Memorial just a short work from "The Wall." 

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Uploaded: 01/11/2010
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