060528-N-5608F-001 Washington, D.C. (May 28, 2006) - The Vietnam Veterans Memorial recognizes and honors the men and women, who served in one of America's most divisive wars. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a place where everyone, regardless of opinion, can come together and remember and honor those who served. By doing so, the memorial has paved the way toward reconciliation and healing, a process that continues today. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial accomplishes these goals through the three components that comprise the memorial: the Wall of names, the Three Servicemen Statue and Flagpole and the Vietnam Women's Memorial. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Kristin Fitzsimmons/Released.
070911-N-4007G-008 SAN DIEGO (Sept. 11, 2007) - American flags bearing the names of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are a monument during the Balboa Park Freedom Walk. The annual event was established to remember those who lost their lives that day, to express commitment to freedom and American values and to honor veterans past and present. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Brian Gaines/Released.
081111-N-5188B-033 GROTON, Conn. (Nov. 11, 2008) Eleanor Powers, Leroy Webb, Frances Krupenevich and Chevy Brown are reflected in the Wall of Honor of the U.S. Submarine Veterans WWII National Submarine Memorial East as they lay a wreath during a Veterans Day service. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Peter D. Blair/Released)
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