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Beverly Vietnam Veterans, Inc. Post #1
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"The Longest War"
1959 - 1975
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The symbol V in red, white and blue represents the American Veterans.  The gray  V represents the country Vietnam.

The American V stands in front of the gray V - this represents a casting shadow of death.  The shadow of our lost in battle.

The barbed wire encircling the double V's represents our men and women still imprisoned in Vietnam.  A light shade of orange behind; the barbed wire - agent orange.

The lone star meaning; even if only one American remains dead or alive (imprisoned) in Vietnam, he or she shall always be remembered and will never be forgotten.


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Dedicated on November 13, 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was built to honor all who served with the U.S. Armed Forces during the Vietnam War. It has become an international symbol of healing that has helped bring together those who stood on different sides during one of the most divisive periods in American history.

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