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Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit At the Bullock Texas State History Museum

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The award-winning Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit arrived at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, on Monday August 18th under the escort of the Southeast Texas and Austin Texas Chapters of the Texas Patriot Guard Riders. The PGR, assisted by Boy Scouts from the Capitol Area Council BSA, conducted an arrival  ceremony and included the presentation of the…

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Vietnam memorial effort aims to detail faces, stories behind the names

Vietnam memorial effort aims to detail faces, stories behind the names


La Crosse Tribune

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is pulling out all stops to put faces with the names and the stories behind the 58,300 service members chronicled on the memorial wall in

Home - Avenue of Flags

Home - Avenue of Flags


Avenue of Flags

Honoring Veterans Almost immediately after buying Hillcrest Memorial Park in 1977, Tom Flynn began to establish it as a special place for veterans. On Veterans Day, 1978, the sixtieth anniversary of the end of World War I, he established a six-acre section as the Garden of Valor for the burial of veterans, with monuments honoring veterans... Read more >

It’s Official: New Era for War Memorial Center!

by War Memorial Center Staff @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

On December 12, the Lakefront Cultural Condominium Complex (LCCC) agreement was signed into effect, guaranteeing the War Memorial Center ownership of its interior spaces for the first time in its 60-year history.

Top 5 Things to Do on Washington, DC Night Tours

by dprice @ DC Trails

Seeing Washington, DC during the day is one thing, seeing the monuments and memorials lit up under the night sky is something else entirely, and an absolute must during your visit to the DC area. Here are the top five things you should do while enjoying one of the Washington, DC night tours offered by

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Living History Curriculum Connects Veterans and Students

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Launches Living History Curriculum  The Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Committee is excited to announce a new Vietnam War educational curriculum for the state’s history and English students as part of its “living monument” extension. The curriculum was developed by the monument committee with the help of educators from Eanes ISD’s…

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Celebrate Spring with Capitol Cherry Blossoms

by emanwill @ Utah State Capitol

Every year, the seasonal shift from winter to spring is especially noticeable  with the blossoming of 433 Yoshino cherry trees that line the .7 mile Memorial Walkway encircling Capitol Hill.  Most often, the cherry blossoms bloom late-March to early-April, and only stay in bloom a couple of weeks. The cheery buds burst open this past weekend, as […]

WMC Hosts Volunteer Appreciation Lunch

by War Memorial Center Staff @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

On Dec. 15, the War Memorial Center honored 35 veterans and community members who volunteered for WMC education programs throughout 2017, helping us create memorable experiences for schools, scout groups, senior centers and community members.

Washington, DC Bus Tours: Popular DC Attractions

by dprice @ DC Trails

One of the first things that you consider when deciding on going on bus tours in Washington DC is what different things are on the itineraries of the bus company. DC Trails is proud to offer some of the best opportunities for seeing many of the fantastic attractions in this historic area. Here are some

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Vietnam Veterans Day Video

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

Names of the 1,741 soldiers from New York City killed in Vietnam rang from the pulpit of a Downtown church. Their names were followed by a reading of the 99 New Yorkers who have died in post-9/11 conflicts. The solemn reading of names on Saturday, April 2, held for the first time at Elizabeth Seaton... Read More

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Local Veteran views Washington D.C. Memorials through Virtual Reality

Local Veteran views Washington D.C. Memorials through Virtual Reality


WANE

A story that aired on NewsChannel 15’s Nightcast led viewers to offer up new technology for veterans to see the memorials built in their honor

In Memoriam – Terry Burkett, TCVVM 4/26/46 – 5/9/15

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

It is with deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Senior Chief Petty Officer (USN Ret.) Terry Bruce Burkett, beloved husband, father, uncle, Vietnam Veteran, TCVVM Executive Committee Member and our friend on Saturday, May 9, 2015. A U.S. Navy Vietnam veteran of Abilene, Terry served on the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Executive Committee…

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Moving Wall comes to Thomaston next May; virtual tours of Washington’s memorial available 24/7

Moving Wall comes to Thomaston next May; virtual tours of Washington’s memorial available 24/7


PenBay Pilot

THOMASTON — It's only marble etched with names. But somehow, massed together, those 58,228 identities have been known to elicit emotions unexplainable to even the most dissociated. Those names represent the men of the Vietnam War, including those 13...

2016 Phelps Award Recipient General John M. Keane

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

General John M. Keane, United States Army, Retired General Jack Keane is president, GSI Consulting. He serves as chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and the Knollwood Foundation, is a director of General Dynamics, the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, the Smith Richardson Foundation, and a former and recent member, for... Read More

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Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit Headed for Final LZ

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit that displays 3,417 dog tags honoring Texans killed and missing in the Vietnam War will be presented to the Museum of the American GI located at 19124 Texas 6 in College Station in a ceremony on Saturday, February 28th at 1:00 p.m. The event will be free and open to the…

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Items left at The Wall: Vault of priceless Vietnam Memorial mementos now online

Items left at The Wall: Vault of priceless Vietnam Memorial mementos now online


FOX6Now.com

WASHINGTON — Conversations that take place at The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C. are reminders of how intense the memories, emotions and experiences are that the polished black granite wall stands to soothe and heal. They're also reminders of a new chapter in the memorial's life that its founder hopes will help it to further enrich the country and its veterans.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC (Google Maps)

Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC (Google Maps)


Virtual Globetrotting

Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Google Maps). Explore Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC as it appears on Google Maps as well as pictures, stories and other notable nearby locations on VirtualGlobetrotting.com.

7 Tips for First Time Visitors to Washington, DC

by dprice @ DC Trails

Washington, DC is a busy, beautiful, and rich area filled with historical monuments, educational museums, and humbling memorials. The bus tours in Washington DC here at DC Trails are a great way to see the city for the first time. Here are seven tips for the first time visitor. 1) If Possible, Spend an Extra Day There

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6TH ANNUAL BIG APPLE RUN FOR THE WARRIORS®

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

Hope For The Warriors® is pleased to announce the 6th Annual Big Apple Run For The Warriors®. This race is dedicated to the men and women wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan, their families, and families of the fallen. It is a celebration of their strength and resolve and a promise to continue restoring self, family,... Read More

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Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit In Abilene

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The award-winning Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit is on display in Abilene, Texas at the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum through June 2nd. An arrival ceremony conducted by the Southeast Texas and West Texas Chapters of the Texas Patriot Guard Riders was conducted on arrival and included the presentation of flags to the family members of…

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New Exhibit! Wisconsin Remembers: A Face for Every Name

by War Memorial Center Staff @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

The War Memorial Center will host the exhibit Wisconsin Remembers: A Face for Every Name Jan. 8 through Feb. 2. The exhibit will be located on the 2nd floor of the War Memorial Center in Veterans Gallery and will be free and open to the public during normal business hours and on the weekends.

Memorial Day: A virtual way to pay tribute -- GCN

Memorial Day: A virtual way to pay tribute -- GCN


GCN

Even if you're booked with other activities, you can honor the holiday by paying a virtual visit to some of the nation's memorials.

2014 Honoree of the Year Jan Scruggs

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

2014 – Jan Scruggs In 1979, Jan Scruggs conceived the idea of building the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., as a tribute to all who served during one of the longest wars in American history. Today, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is among the most visited memorials in the nation’s capital. Scruggs was a wounded... Read More

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Come See the Beauty of DC After Nightfall with DC Trails Washington, DC, Night Tours

by dprice @ DC Trails

If you’re planning on staying overnight in the area, then you won’t want to miss the Washington, DC Night Tours from DC Trails. This three and half hour tour of our nation’s capital meets at the L’Enfant Plaza at 7:00 PM, from there, our state of the art buses will take you through DC, where you’ll be

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Visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial


Washington.org

What is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and where is it?

Six Terrific Tours on Tap!

by atgdesign @ BeatyAmerican

Hidden Geology Bike Tour Sat., May 20th @ 12:30PM to 4:30PM $10 members and students/$20 general CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO Our once (or twice) a year bicycle field trip exploring Philadelphia’s 500 million years of geologic history is back! Death & Life At Mt. Moriah Cemetery Sun., May 21th @ 11AM-1:00 PM $15 members and […]

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2014 Phelps Award Recipient

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

In 1979, Jan Scruggs conceived the idea of building the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., as a tribute to all who served during one of the longest wars in American history. Today, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is among the most visited memorials in the nation’s capital. Scruggs was a wounded and decorated veteran of... Read More

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2015 Phelps Award Recipient General David H. Petraeus

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

General David H. Petraeus (U.S. Army, Retired) General David H. Petraeus (U.S. Army, Retired) is a Partner with the global financial investment firm KKR and the Chairman of the KKR Global Institute. He is also a Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the City University of New York’s Macaulay Honors College, a Judge Widney Professor... Read More

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NYC Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza Relighting Ceremony

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

We are delighted that on October 13, 2016 the new state-of-the-art LED lighting system will be illuminated. We invite you to celebrate with us.

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In Memoriam of Harry Bridgwood

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

  IN MEMORIAM Harry Bridgwood Chairman of the Friends of Vietnam Veterans Plaza 1945 to 2016 We bid farewell to Harry Bridgwood, a most remarkable man who dedicated himself to bringing honor, respect and assistance to veterans of every era. Harry served his country as a USMC Vietnam Era veteran, and afterwards served the people of... Read More

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Off to a Hot Start

by Peter Pochowski @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

While we are pleased with the major accomplishments of last year, as you can see, 2018 promises to be yet another exciting year for your War Memorial Center. Frankly, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Stay tuned!

Bus Tours in DC – About Our BluBird Senior Tour Package

by dprice @ DC Trails

Utilizing DC Trails’ BluBird Senior Bus Tours for your bus tours in DC is a smart route to take for your upcoming trip to the area. There are a few things that you should keep in mind to make your forthcoming tour as pleasant an experience as possible. Reservations We invite our 55 and older

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Design Overview | Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

Design Overview | Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument


Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The five figures atop the monument, situated in the rubble of an ancient temple, represent the common “Dawn Patrol” experience of the infantry in Vietnam.

Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit Headed For College Station

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

Museum of the American GI to House Display Honoring Texas Killed and Missing in Vietnam The exhibit that displays 3,417 dog tags honoring Texans killed and missing in the Vietnam War is headed for a permanent home at the Museum of the American GI in College Station. The award-winning Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit features personalized…

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The Making of the Modern Gayborhood + Hidden Geology Bike Tour!

by atgdesign @ BeatyAmerican

Hidden Lens: Fading Industry on the Delaware River In this next installment of Hidden Lens, a new series showcasing the captures of local photographers, we feature the work of Betsy Manning and the final days of the Port Richmond Grain Elevator > read more The Making (and Marketing) of the Modern Gayborhood Contributor Kelson Northeimer takes […]

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Virtual Tour and Memorial Signage Receives ILMC Support

by atgdesign @ BeatyAmerican

ILMC Supports Virtual Tour and Signage to Highlight Penns Landing Memorials The Interstate Land Management Corporation (ILMC), which maintains properties over I-95 in Penns Landing, recently agreed to $30,000 in support of a virtual tour and signage for a proposed Philadelphia Waterfront Memorial District. The Memorial District concept, first proposed four years ago by the […]

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Things to Do on Capitol Hill

by brblood @ Utah State Capitol

Take a tour of the Capitol! The Capitol Docent team gives tours every hour on the hour between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays. While touring the historic chambers of Utah’s three branches of government, you’ll learn facts as well as important history of the Capitol building and the State of Utah. Come see […]

Memorial Hall Renovation Update

by War Memorial Center Staff @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

A fully restored War Memorial Center will enable us to reclaim its enduring significance and focus our resources on developing innovative programs, events, and services designed to honor the dead – serve the living.

Veterans Visit War Memorials in Virtual Reality

Veterans Visit War Memorials in Virtual Reality


KQED Arts

For Veterans Day, journalist and filmmaker Sarah Hill discusses 'Honor Everywhere 360,' a virtual reality tour of war memorials in Washington, D.C. made to honor her late grandfather.

What is Included in DC Trails’ Tours of Washington, DC

by dprice @ DC Trails

When you book tours of Washington, DC, you want to know what you’re going to get out of it. Here at DC Trails, we have worked hard to provide you with the most memorable experience possible, here what you can expect. Universal Across All Our Tours Regardless of which tour package you choose, you can

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Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Ceremony To Honor Vietnam Veterans Day

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

A ceremony honoring Texas’ Vietnam War veterans will take place at the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, March 30th. State Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa and State Representative Wayne Smith will join monument committee chairman Robert Floyd to lay a wreath at the monument in tribute to their fellow Texans who…

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What to Expect From Private Group Tours of Washington DC

by dprice @ DC Trails

One of the pride and joys here at DC Trails is our private group tours of Washington DC and many other great locations across the United States. Here’s what you can expect when you book a private bus tour. What are Private Group Tours? Ideal for groups of 15 or more, private tours allow you

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Virtual City Tour: Washington D.C.

Virtual City Tour: Washington D.C.


SunCity Paradise

The nation’s capital, Washington D.C., undoubtedly offers some of the most historical and intriguing attractions in the entire country. Ever since this ...

Vietnam War Sites of Interest

Vietnam War Sites of Interest


TripSavvy

A south-to-north tour of Vietnam War sites, like Hue and Hoi An. Learn more about historic Vietnam War sites of interest to visit on your trip to Vietnam.

Veterans’ Cremation Burial among the Flags

by Joe Zentis @ Avenue of Flags

Press Release November 2012 Subject:  Hillcrest Memorial Park creates an opportunity for burying the cremated remains of American veterans and their spouses in the Avenue of 444 Flags. On Veterans Day, November 11, Hillcrest Memorial Park will initiate a new burial service that combines an ancient burial method with modern technology to honor and memorialize... Read more >

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Visit Veterans Photography Exhibit in February

by War Memorial Center Staff @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

Visit the Milwaukee County War Memorial from Feb. 3-22, 2017 to explore the Milwaukee community through the photography of veterans from the the Milwaukee VA Medical Center's homeless treatment program.

Neil Diamond announces retirement from concert touring after diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease

Neil Diamond announces retirement from concert touring after diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease

by Katie DeLong @ FOX6Now.com

MILWAUKEE — Neil Diamond has announced his retirement from concert touring as he battles Parkinson’s disease. Australian and New Zealand tour dates have been canceled, according to a statement on his website. He will, however, continue to write, record and pursue new projects. The retirement announcement was made Monday, Jan. 22 “due to his recent diagnosis.” According to the statement on his website, “the onset of the disease has made it difficult to travel and perform on a large scale […]

Infographic: Everything About the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

Infographic: Everything About the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall


The SITREP Military Blog

March 29 marks the date the last American soldiers returned home from Vietnam. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall helps us remember those heroes.

Texas Vietnam Heroes Coming To Honey Grove

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The “Sweetest Town in Texas” will host the Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit in North Texas at the Bertha Voyer Memorial Public Library located at 500 North Sixth Street in Honeygrove from October 9 – November 19.  The Library is hosting a number of Vietnam War educational events in association with the exhibit’s stay, including:   ·         October 7 – Book…

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June 11th Field Trip to Wharton Esherick Museum!

by atgdesign @ BeatyAmerican

Please join us this Sunday for a tour of the Wharton Esherick Museum

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Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit Goes to Museum of the American GI

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

The award-winning Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit display of 3,417 personalized dog tags honoring Texans killed or missing in Vietnam was presented to its permanent home at the Museum of the American GI in College Station on February 28, 2015.  Accompanied and delivered by the Patriot Guard Riders who have escorted the exhibit on its nearly…

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Our Tour Team Presents 6 Facts on Mount Vernon

by dprice @ DC Trails

In introducing you to one of our best tour options, we’re hoping to help you learn more about Mount Vernon. Our Mount Vernon tour team has spent many years in the area, and in this blog, will help introduce you to a few of the elements that make Mount Vernon unique in its heritage and

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Memorial Restoration In Progress

by lfiordiliso @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

We are happy to announce that our Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall is undergoing a major restoration. Completion is scheduled for late Spring of 2016. We thank you for your patience.

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Are Washington, DC Hop-On Hop-Off Tours Right for You?

by dprice @ DC Trails

Whether you are in DC for business or pleasure, it’s always worth taking a little extra time to go explore some of the wonderful locations the city has to offer. There are several ways you can do this, the two most popular options include: Self-Guided Tours Structured Guided Tours Hop-On Hop-Off tours, such as those

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National League of POWMIA Families​

Virtual Tour of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial ​ Take a virtual tour of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to learn more about The Wall and all of the elements...

Virtual Tour of NYC Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza | New York City

Virtual Tour of NYC Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza | New York City


Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

This memorial honors the veterans' service and sacrifice, and preserves the names and voices of a generation once lost to controversy but now forever found.

Ticket Alert: Kendrick Lamar and SZA at Oracle Arena

Ticket Alert: Kendrick Lamar and SZA at Oracle Arena

by Nastia Voynovskaya @ KQED Arts

The scoop on where to get presale tickets before the general public for Top Dawg Entertainment's Championship Tour in Oakland.

2016 Vietnam Veterans Day

by Help Desk @ Friends of the Vietnam Veterans Plaza

On Saturday, April 2, 2014 at 55 Water Street the 2016 Vietnam Veterans Day will be held. This is a rain or shine event. All events are free and open to all veterans and their guests. Please be sure to RSVP. For the most up-to-date information, please see www.uwvc.org/vietnam.  

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Stay Safe on Your Washington DC Bus Tours with These Easy Tips

by dprice @ DC Trails

While DC is fast becoming one of the safest regions for those visiting from across the country, there are still important safety steps to take into consideration before booking a trip. Our team of DC bus tours experts has great experience in this area of the marketplace, and within this latest post, our DC Trials

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Washington DC Virtual Field Trip

Washington DC Virtual Field Trip


Mr. Mroue's Classroom Website

Mr. Mroue's Classroom Website

A Truly Remarkable Year

by Peter Pochowski @ Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

As we close out the year, we at the War Memorial have much to celebrate. 2017 will go down as a watershed year for us because of our many accomplishments.

Dedication News Coverage: KVUE TV, Austin

by TCVVM @ Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument

It’s been a long time coming, but on the grounds of the state Capitol Saturday, the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument is now in place. About 500,000 Texans served in Vietnam, and 3,417 died there. Just more than 100 Texas remain missing in action today...

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