Vietnam veterans monument for Texas C...

Vietnam veterans monument for Texas Capitol grounds is taking shape

There are 1 comment on the Dallas Morning News story from Jan 4, 2013, titled Vietnam veterans monument for Texas Capitol grounds is taking shape. In it, Dallas Morning News reports that:

Forty years after President Richard Nixon announced the end of U.S. offensive operations against North Vietnam, a monument to the half-million Texans who served and the 3,417 who died as a result of the war is taking shape.

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#1 Jan 5, 2013
Those who served Vietnam:
Caucasian/Hispanic 88.4%
Black 10.6%
Other 01.0%
KIA Vietnam:
Caucasian/Hispanic 86.8%
Black 12.1%
Other 1.1%
What is this political correct horse pucky? The only Asians I saw in SE Asia were wearng black pajamas, or with the Main Force NV . I knew several American Indians who served, but the memorial should refect those who served some what ACCURATELY. Say 8-Caucasian/Hispanics, 1-Black, and 1-American Indian.

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