Six new names added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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Six new names added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The name of retired Army Lieut. Col. William L. Taylor, who was wounded in battle in Vietnam Sept. 21, 1970 and died of his wounds Jan. 23, 2009, has been added along with five others to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall. The names were unveiled in a ceremony Tuesday, five days after the 35th anniversary of the fall of Saigon. There are now 58, 267 names on the Wall. (Mike Ruane/The Washington Post)

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