I am the person who, in 1979, proposed the idea for what would become the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C. This idea came out of my work at American University in graduate school, when I studied and became a recognized authority on what is now known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I earned credentials as an “authority” by publishing articles in the Washington Post and Military Medicine and testifying before a Senate Subcommittee. I was also an infantry veteran of the war.
Loved ones bring faces to The Wall That Heals – KansasCity.com.
The Wall That Heals arrives in Blues Springs, Missouri
Putting faces to the names on wall – KansasCity.com.
Defense.gov News Article: Education Center to Enhance Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Traveling Vietnam Wall exhibit aims to spread the power of healing – News – Stripes.
The Wall That Heals Site Summary LOCATION: Clinton Twp MI DATE: September 2-5, 2010 ATTENDANCE: 12,500 We were met in Marshall MI by American Legion Riders, Patriot Guard, and various other motorcycle groups… Continue reading
“When I heard the term The Wall That Heals, I said, whatever, it’s just a Wall.”
Today we remember ……http://ow.ly/2sxll Stanislaw Drozdz of Newark, NJ. KIA on this day in 1969 in Quang Tri provence #Vets #Heroes