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Vietnam Memorial
Arizona

The Vietnam Memorial in Phoenix is located in Wesley Boling Memorial Plaza, or park as some people call it, located behind the Arizona State Capitol complex.

The memorial is dedicated to the memory of those Arizonans who were killed in the Vietnam war.

Like the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC the names of the fallen, and MIA, are carved into the black marble pillars of the memorial.

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更新: 12/03/2014
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