This was our first viewing of the Korean War Memorial. It was made especially interesting because a gentleman began telling us in vivid detail of how accurate it was, You see, he had been in the Korean War and remembered clearly the men, the gear, the rain and those heavy tarp ponchos that they wore. He was our unofficial interpreter of the memorial.We so appreciated his testimony to that time in his life, and his addition to our knowledge of the moments in front of us.
While viewing the standing, marching figures of the memorial, be sure to look into the wall just beyond and see the reinfections of these heroes as they continue on marching through our history and remember that there are still some present in our daily living lives. Respect.
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