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111th CONGRESS
  2d Session
H. RES. 1694

                    Commending The Wall that Heals.


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                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                           September 29, 2010

 Mr. Graves of Missouri submitted the following resolution; which was 
              referred to the Committee on Armed Services

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                               RESOLUTION


 
                    Commending The Wall that Heals.

Whereas since its inauguration by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund on Veterans 
        Day, November 11, 1996, The Wall That Heals has offered the opportunity 
        for those who lost their lives in the Vietnam War to be honored by 
        family and friends in their respective hometowns;
Whereas The Wall That Heals is a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans 
        Memorial located in Washington, the District of Columbia;
Whereas The Wall That Heals is the only traveling replica directly affiliated 
        with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, the District of 
        Columbia;
Whereas The Wall That Heals travels to communities throughout the United States 
        and has been seen by millions of people in more than 300 cities and 
        towns throughout the Nation; and
Whereas the display also features a traveling museum and information center 
        providing a comprehensive educational component to enrich and complete 
        visitors' experiences: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the House of Representatives--
            (1) commends The Wall That Heals for honoring those that 
        made the ultimate sacrifice and served honorably in the Vietnam 
        War; and
            (2) embraces the remembrance it delivers to communities 
        throughout the United States.
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