Thursday, September 07, 2017

Kansas City Vietnam Vet Tribute



A look at tribute to the fallen that also serves as a gathering spot for local homeless and is doubly poignant in that regard.

"The Kansas City region has more than 100 memorials dedicated to veterans. Memorials for those who were killed in Vietnam were not completed until the mid-1980s — more than a decade after the war ended. In Kansas City and at the University of Kansas, Vietnam veterans were instrumental in the planning and fundraising for memorials to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice."

You decide . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Such a shame they were made to wait so long to be honored

Anonymous said...



SUPPORT OUR TROOPS IN THE CURRENT "FOREVER WAR"!
SIXTEEN YEARS IS LONG ENOUGH,
DO WHAT WE DID IN KOREA AND VIETNAM,
DECLARE A "VICTORY" AND BRING THEIR BUTTS HOME!

Anonymous said...

reinforcing failure has been tried militarily thru out history and the results seldom vary.

Anonymous said...

Stop! You can not build a Viet Namn memorial!!! The gooks will think it is RAYSHITZ!

Anonymous said...

Ladies and gentlemen...Lee Greenwood!...And I'm proud to be an American.......