Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit at the Museum of the American GI: Honoring Servicemen and Women

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Chairman of the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument Committee, Robert Floyd, noted “The exhibit is an educational and healing opportunity. It has traveled more than 2,400 miles across the state accompanied by a motorcycle honor guard to honor Vietnam veterans in communities across Texas, and to give veterans and families the opportunity to honor their friends and loved ones who never came home.” The exhibit won the 2013 AMA Crystal Award and 2013 Lantern Award for outstanding educational exhibitions, and its one that many people today still recognize a powerful display, provoking great emotion for those that get the opportunity to gaze upon it. If you would like to learn more about the exhibit project prior to viewing at the museum, a video of its development and display can be viewed at the YouTube link provided here.

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