Bryan Wilson put his hand over names of the war dead during his visit Thursday. "This wall is a remembrance to the men I lost in Vietnam. It's a tribute to them and their sacrifice," he said.
Bryan Wilson put his hand over names of the war dead during his visit Thursday. "This wall is a remembrance to the men I lost in Vietnam. It's a tribute to them and their sacrifice," he said. Herald-Leader
Bryan Wilson put his hand over names of the war dead during his visit Thursday. "This wall is a remembrance to the men I lost in Vietnam. It's a tribute to them and their sacrifice," he said. Herald-Leader

Vietnam War memorial wall 'symbolizes everything' for visitors to exhibit in Lexington

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