Must see this. The scale of the wall and all the names is overwhelming. Well maintained and access to a database of names of the fallen it was a very poignant place. We left a British legion poppy cross there as a mark of respect.
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The wall itself is beautiful, but the number of names on that wall is unbelievable. There was a hushed reverence as people were walking by, some looking for someone in particular. The number of soldiers that lost their lives, some just boys, is catastrophic. I...More
This memorial is a touching tribute to the men and women who gave their lives during the Vietnam war. An Honor Flight was at the memorial with us and it was extremely emotional to see those brave men visit the memorial.
We were struck by the way this memorial was built, small at the beginning and higher and higher as it gets to the middle. It's so sad and poignant with all names of soldiers lost. It's hard not to feel sad and lost amid the...More
If you grew up during the 1960s you will find this exhibit quite moving. You cannot help but reminisce on your friends that died and that, fortunately, you did not. I went to find the name of a good friend from high school but had...More
going early in the morning is far better if you are looking for name..its get so crowded.. if you have the section its much easier and the if you have the line the name is one that is even better...you can look up all the...More
Simply remarkable! Silently stunning! I was a teenager during the Vietnam War and Draft Days. I didn’t serve in the military, but my name could have easily been been one of the 58,318 names on that wall. I felt like I was walking through the...More