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Vietnam Women's Memorial

  • Address:
    5 Henry Bacon Dr SW
    Washington, DC 20007
  • Phone:
    (202) 426-6841
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The memorial was dedicated in 1993 and portrays three women caring for a fallen soldier. During the Vietnam War, women served in many different roles. Many women served as nurses and physicians while others acted as air traffic controllers, communication specialists, and intelligence officers. The Vietnam Women’s Memorial was established to honor the women who risked their lives to serve their country. The names of the women who died in Vietnam are included on the list of over 58,000 names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Ask a ranger to find a name on the wall and learn more about the people who served our country.