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SLIDESHOW: Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall

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PHOTO: KHQ's Reed Schmitt PHOTO: KHQ's Reed Schmitt
The traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is making its only appearance in eastern Washington this year.

The wall includes the names of the more than 58,000 service members who died in Vietnam, Including 84 service members from Spokane.

The traveling wall is not affiliated with the federal government. The wall visits cities that sponsor it, and in this case the wall is sponsored by the Fairmount Memorial Association and Washington Trust Bank.

The wall is set up at the Greenwood Memorial Terrace Cemetery and will be on display 24 hours a day until Sunday October 6th.

Admission is free.

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