Recently, The Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. was rededicated with a new Wall of Remembrance, introducing the names of nearly 43,000 U.S. servicemembers and South Korean allies who perished during combat.
According to the Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation, the construction of the Wall of Remembrance was authorized by Congress in October 2016 and began in March 2021 after $22 million were secured from generous American and Korean donors.
Ancestors of Korean War veterans were among the several hundred attendees at the rededication ceremony on July 27.
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