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Vietnam Veterans Traveling Wall arrives in Auburn on Tuesday

Vietnam Veteran Traveling Wall contains 58,249 names of those killed or missing in action from the conflict. - Courtesy photo
Vietnam Veteran Traveling Wall contains 58,249 names of those killed or missing in action from the conflict.
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For the Reporter

The Vietnam Veteran Traveling Wall is coming through downtown Auburn on Main Street around 8:45 a.m. Tuesday.

The public is invited to welcome The Wall That Heals back into Auburn. The Wall will make its way to Veterans Memorial Park, where it will be open 24 hours a day from Nov. 8-11.

The City of Auburn is bringing back the Vietnam Veterans Traveling Wall, a half-scale replica of the Washington, D.C.-based Vietnam Memorial Wall. The wall contains 58,249 names of those killed or missing in action from the conflict.

The exhibit includes a museum and databases to help locate names on the wall.

For more information on other veteran-related activities in Auburn, visit www.auburnwa.gov/events.

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