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2020 Traveling Vietnam Wall Schedule

 

The Wall That Heals visits to: Belvidere, IL on May 7-10; Findlay, OH on May 14-17; Columbus, OH on May 22-25; Riverview, MI on May 28-31; Winchester, IN on June 4-7; Harrison, OH on June 11-14; and Chisholm, MN on June 25-28 have been postponed. These events would have brought the preeminent replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to these areas for Vietnam veterans, family members and other members of the public. The remaining scheduled for 2020 is as follows:

  • Belvidere, IL May 7 – May 10, 2020
  • Findlay, Ohio May 14 – May 17, 2020
  • Columbus, Ohio May 22 – May 25, 2020
  • Riverview, MI May 28 – May 31, 2020
  • Winchester, IN June 4 – June 7, 2020
  • Harrison, Ohio June 11 – June 14, 2020
  • Chisholm, MN June 25 – June 28, 2020
  • Tama, Iowa July 2 – July 5, 2020
  • Wheaton, IL July 9 – July 12, 2020
  • Clinton Township, MI July 16 – July 19, 2020
  • Bedford, PA July 23 – July 26, 2020
  • Nahant, MA July 30 – August 2, 2020
  • Norwalk, CT August 6 – August 9, 2020
  • Champlain, NY August 13 – August 16, 2020

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

    

   

  • Townsend, Mass. August 20 – August 23, 2020
  • Middletown, NY August 27 – August 30, 2020
  • Evansville, IN September 10 – September 13, 2020
  • Marysville, Kansas September 17 – September 20, 2020
  • Blackfoot, Idaho September 24 – September 27, 2020
  • Longview, WA October 1- October 4, 2020
  • La Pine, Oregon October 8 – October 11, 2020
  • Corona, CA October 15 – October 18, 2020
  • Hawaiian Gardens, CA October 29 – November 1, 2020
  • Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ November 5 – November 8, 2020
  • San Antonio, Texas November 12 – November 15, 2020
  • Cabot, AR November 19 – November 22, 2020

      

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Traveling Wall That Heals Vandalized
By Don Doyle

    

One of the traveling Memorial Walls That Heals was recently given a permanent home in John’s Creek, Georgia. The John’s Creek Veterans Association has been working on the set up of the permanent memorial since last July, and was going to have a Grand Opening celebration on March 28, 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic put the kibosh on that with the social distancing and stay at home requirements that were necessary to help control the spread of this deadly virus.

     

The Association was shocked recently to find that vandals had keyed about half of the panels of the installation and had taken a hammer to some of the other panels. Such behavior is beyond contempt. No matter the “reason” of self-righteous bravado vandals may give for their actions, the truth is that they are self-centered, insensitive cowards. These actions were done under cover of night. No courage there. One could imagine all kinds of righteous punishments for such actions.

Tanja Stoddard, 9/21/20

We were honored to have the Traveling Wall in Benson, AZ this last weekend. I was overwhelmed with emotions when looking and reading about the sacrifices of the people who served for our great Nation. Thank you to all of you who have served or are still serving our Great Nation.

    

Master Chief Petty Officer Retired, 5/13/20
Can't expect respect from A LOT of today's youth...they haven't been taught to respect themselves how are we to expect that they would respect anything.

   

Barbara Pleasant, 5/10/20
I agree wholeheartedly with you Charlene. Actually, I concur with you all. I?m bubbling to a boil. How despicable, disrespectful, degrading and lowdown. In the innocence and prime of his life my brother died on Vietnam?s soil. My husband was psychologically and emotionally scarred and died from complications of Agent Orange.

     

Charlene Scruggs, 5/10/20

At some point and possibly through mimicking behavior and attitude for our country of some in higher offices the honor of our nation has crumbled.  They have no reverence, respect and love for the freedom secured by many whom have made our country free. If found these destroyers should be rightfully punished by deploying them to a third world country. Better yet, force enlist them into our military and insure they get the "proper" treatment and experiences accordingly.

     

Janet Exum, 5/10/20
My husband fought for your freedom.  I hope you get caught and put in a hell hole in military prison and make f*** boys out of all you f******.

       

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

          

Arthur Tucker, 5/9/20

A couple of weeks ago I parked at Walmart in Trussville, AL and while I was inside someone pushed a shopping cart into the side of my new vehicle. I made them check the cameras and they said that the person that did it looked at the front and then walked to the back before rolling the cart into the side. I have a Special Forces plate on the front and a retired Army license plate on the the rear. Walmart paid for the damage but if I had seen the person I would have made sure they paid dearly. I didn't know that we had those kind in the area but obviously they are all around us.

     

Robert Craig Hubbard, 5/9/20

This is an example of the cowardice that was displayed by the draft dodgers and anti-american protesters during the Vietnam war itself. I vividly remember our flight home into Seattle WA at 0300 just to avoid the protesters. We were told not to wear any uniforms in the airport - only civilian clothes. Military standby flight status was given the lowest priority. It took me 3 days to get on a flight home. None of us asked for the war but we proudly served. Welcome home brothers.

        

William Napoli, 5/9/20

And we fought for your freedoms WTF?

   

Larry Bishop, 5/9/20

Let's get a reward fund up for the capture of these vandals.

       

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

       

John Morgan, 5/9/20

If caught maybe they should be drafted into military service and no matter they way they act or perform not be given a discharge until they get the knowing and feeling how it is to serve. Put into military action in a combat zone as well to see what all the veterans that gave their life for serving our country. Being put into prison is too lenient of a sentence for their actions.