As part of The Wall’s 35th Anniversary, we are pleased to host the Reading of the Names of the 58,318 names inscribed on The Wall from Nov. 7-10, 2017 in Washington, D.C. In honor of the men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Vietnam War, join us as we say their names.

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As part of The Walls 35th Anniversary we are pleased to host
Finnen Morris
Beverly Schimmelpfennig Nelson
Alfred Page
A peaceful visit with our heroes
A peaceful visit with our heroes
Ellen Brosseau
David White
David Edinger
Every day on the Wall of Faces we feature fallen service members who have birthdays on that day. 152 service members were born on June 22 ↓
Every day on the Wall of Faces we feature fallen service members

More than 6,000 photos needed to put a face to every name on The Wall

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John Joyce Vaughn
David Botticelli
Ellen Brosseau
The Bell UH-1 helicopter reduced the amount of time from wounding to treatment to an average of 35 minutes

Long-range radios reduced the response time to an injured soldier—taking an average of 9 minutes from request to the launch of a medevac.
The Bell UH1 helicopter reduced the amount of time from wounding to

These were the most significant innovations in medical care of the Vietnam War

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Nancy Thompson-Copeland
Mike Johnson
Mike Lange
In the dark, early hours of June 22, 1965, Bill and his pilot Charles Lovelace disappeared in their B-57 while flying over the border of North Vietnam and Laos.
In the dark early hours of June 22 1965 Bill and his

Remember U.S. Air Force Maj. William Cordero: Santa Barbara's Almost-Mayor

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Betty Burkett
Ted Araujo
David C Allen
A video of the June 15 TimesTalk with James Bennet, the editorial page editor of The Times.
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Opinion | Discussing the Vietnam War With Ken Burns and Lynn Novick

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Douglas Jones
Jeff Nordeen
Tom Curtis
Today we honor Joseph McNair, Sr. of Corinth, Mississippi, who passed away from cancer due to complications from Agent Orange in September 2016. Joseph served in Vietnam from July 1969 to July 1970. He is remembered by his daughter Marsha:

"Joseph is the beloved husband of Martha McNair, beloved father of daughter Marsha Harris & son Lin McNair, he is the beloved Papaw Joe to Trey & Matt...
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Today we honor Joseph McNair Sr of Corinth Mississippi who passed away
Faye Rolen Large
Nellie Pearson Totten
Wesley Nielson
View all the photos from In Memory day here!
View all the photos from In Memory day here

In Memory 2017

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Tish Boyce-Sitek
Paul Brown
Carla Hasse Dean
Be a part of the Reading of the Names of the 58,318 service members inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. as part of The Wall’s 35th Anniversary from Nov. 7-Nov. 10, 2017.
Be a part of the Reading of the Names of the 58318

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Beth Fields Faulkner Bishop
Mary Ann McCrary
Brian P. Murphy
Navy Hospital Corpsman Rodney Rogers left his footprint in Vietnam and in the hearts of his community after his death in 1970.
Navy Hospital Corpsman Rodney Rogers left his footprint in Vietnam and in

Kewanee Vietnam vet remembered as 'a good, good guy'

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Wayne Parker
Dianna Lawless Cutrer
Carl Martin
Randolph Reese from Augusta, Georgia passed away in January 2017 due to complications from his exposure to Agent Orange. His son Randy honored him at the In Memory ceremony this weekend.

“To have something like this I think it helps with closure at some point...for me, it’s just honoring my dad and my family." bit.ly/2sQtO9o
Randolph Reese from Augusta Georgia passed away in January 2017 due to
Alfred Page
Dale Laverdure
Dianna Lawless Cutrer
Months after returning home, my mom told me about the phone call she got in mid-July 1967 from my buddy Phil’s mother, Helen Ferro.

“Marie, the Army officers just left. My son has been killed, but your boy is O.K.”
Months after returning home my mom told me about the phone call

Opinion | Brotherhood and Loss in the Mekong Delta

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Joe Ricci
Mark Pope
Gregory L. Brenner
Thank you to the nearly 2,000 attendees who came together at the #InMemory Ceremony and honored their loved ones who passed away after the war. If you know of someone who lost a Vietnam veteran to service-connected illnesses, let them know about the In Memory program: vvmf.org/InMemory

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Thank you to the nearly 2000 attendees who came together at the
Gail Hebert Reiner
Mary Jo Schulz Headrick
Chris Kane Edmondson
Today we honor Daniel Nutly of Yorktown Heights, New York, who fell on this day in 1967. He is remembered by his bunkmate and friend:

"Danny was my friend in basic. We rode home from Fort Jackson, SC to NYC's Port Authority for Christmas if 1966. It was a 24 hour ride. We talked about our futures. We planned to meet after we finished our time in the service. He fell asleep and rested his...
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Today we honor Daniel Nutly of Yorktown Heights New York who fell
Dianna Lawless Cutrer
Vicki Hebert
Mark A. Groh
We laid roses at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in honor of the fathers we lost and the men who never had the chance to start families of their own.
We laid roses at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in honor of the
Tom Dunnington
Ken Crosley
Liz McAleavey
Father's Day Rose Remembrance at The Wall. Red honors those killed in action, yellow for those missing in action and white for those in the In Memory program. We remember the fathers we lost and the men who never had families of their own.
Rachael Krug
Bernadette Bonnie Muller Sims
Joe Goldberg
Father's Day Rose remembrance.
Fathers Day Rose remembrance
Terri Moore Ambrose
Roger McDonald
Becky Rossman
In honor of #FathersDay.
In honor of FathersDay
Charlotte Tatum
Liz McAleavey
Brian P. Murphy
A few select photos from the In Memory Ceremony, honoring 412 Vietnam veterans whose lives were cut short as a result of their service. We read their names on the National Mall and together we ensured they will never be forgotten. More photos to come. Information on In Memory can be found at: vvmf.org/InMemoryProgram
A few select photos from the In Memory Ceremony honoring 412 Vietnam
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Hal Farver
Mary Lou Walker
In Memory Ceremony honors 412 Vietnam Veterans who passed away as a result of their service.
Rachael Gil-Blanco
Pat Goebel
Susan Munding Piccolo