Overwhelming. Hot day and passed quickly through but not before a few twars. Dedicated volunteers to he commended.
About Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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It took me several years before I had the strength to visit this memorial. It represents to me the sacrifice of so many of my generation to the call of their country. Whether you were beleived in the premise or the operation of this war,...More
This is a must-see for your next trip to DC. A beautiful memorial with plenty of shade and seating nearby. The perfectly resting spot after hiking it up to the Lincoln Memorial.
This memorial is extremely moving with all the names of our lost vets. There were 100's of people however extremely quiet while people walked through the memorial. This was a very emotional memorial and should be seen when in Washington DC.
I've gone by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial many times over the last 30 years. This month (June 2016) I saw a very low number of tourists and very very small number of personal memorials at the wall. Has the relevance worn off, I wonder?
Just to see so many names of the Soldiers who Died there is Unreal...People leave pictures of there loved ones who died...I saw a picture and a handwritten letter in a plastic bag that really touched me...
How can one not be touched when seeing this memorial. Is a must see. It really puts things in perspective. You won't forget visiting this memoral.
Having lost three people from my tiny hometown to the War in Vietnam, this memorial hits very close to home for me. I didn't enter military service until after the war, but the war had a profound effect on me. To walk down the path...More
It is a quiet place to reflect on what many have given in support of our country. I hope more people visit and are as moved as I was.