Herald photo by Mary Nicholson. Posted: Thursday, September 10, am. These past few days evoked different emotions in many who visited Carter Field in Titusville, the site of the American Veterans Traveling Tribute Wall that honored those who served in Vietnam. Dalessio, who joined the U. Army Nurse Corps in and retired in , spoke on several occasions, and also read a poem collaboratively written by herself and her fellow nurses while stationed overseas.
Over a thousand motorcyclists escort the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall to Wickham Park for the annual veterans reunion. The hard part was over. The wall - a replica of the memorial in Washington, D. Just hours before, the wall, a three-fifths scale of the memorial in Washington, D.
Posted: Friday, August 28, am. Traveling Wall to arrive next week By Tom Boyle tboyle titusvilleherald. A year ago in May, a small group of area veterans decided that a replica of The Vietnam Wall should come to Titusville as part of the Oil Celebration. Having made up their minds, they got to work on the project, and began raising the necessary money to bring the tribute to the Queen City. Henderson spearheaded the project along with post members Leo Hennes and Charlie Castelluccio.