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The following photos were taken Veterans Day 2005 at the Wall. Additional photos were taken at the Hilton in Chrystal City, and the Omni Shoreham during the Ia Drang 40th Anniversary dinner and at the Ia Drang Veterans Sunrise Service. These photos are shown here as a tribute to all who served, especially those who gave their all for our country in the Pleiku and Ia Drang Valley Campaign in November 1965, and to those who are currently serving.

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Washington Monument   
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Ia Drang Veterans   
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before the ceremony   
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Husband and wifes   
 
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before the ceremony   
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First Team Color Guard   
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Chairman of Joint Chiefs   
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Wreaths to honor   
 
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the Vietnam Veterans
   
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Lt Gen Moore, Ed "Too Tall"
Freeman, Joe Galloway   
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Ia Drang
Band of Brothers   
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Cpt Tully's RTO
   
 
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More Ia Drang vets at   
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40th Anniversary ceremony   
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Color Guard   
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Saluting the colors   
 
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Pray invocation by
Chaplain (Col) Alexander
F.C. Webster, USAR   
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Aaron Tippin singing
"Where the Stars and Stripes
and the Eagle Fly"   
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Gen Barry R. McCaffrey
USA (Ret)
(Vietnam veteran)   
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Gen Peter Pace, USMC
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
(Vietnam veteran)   
 
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Bravo Co 1/5 vets
meeting with fallen comrade
relatives after ceremony   
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Tribute to fallen comrades
Bravo Co 1/5 Cavalry
1st Cavalry Airmobile   
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Bravo Co 1/5 veterans

   
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honoring their fallen comrade
Ralph Ernst
   

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