A traveling Vietnam Veterans memorial has made it's way to Fort Mill.
Each year, millions visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., which honors the millions who served their country during the Vietnam War.
Tens of thousands gave their lives during the many years of conflict. Their names are etched into the black granite, but millions of Americans, young and old, have not been able to visit what has become known to many as “The Wall.”
One way to honor the fallen and reflect on the service of the millions of Americans who came before is to visit The Wall That Heals. The Wall that Heals has arrived at Fort Mill's Veterans Park.
This exhibition features a 250-foot replica of the original memorial in Washington, D.C. and travels across America.
The half-scale traveling Vietnam Memorial is available for viewing from Thursday until Sunday and is open 24 hours with no charge for admission.
The massive wall lists more than 58,000 names of those killed or missing in the Vietnam War, as well as showcases photographs and information about the war.
WBTV caught up with one war veteran who says the traveling wall is a must see.
“Anything that carries the memory of our veterans or service members, to have it here in this town is just overwhelming and breath taking. I can't tell what I feel when I see something like this since I've seen it personally in Washington DC,” said Desert Storm vet Isaac Miller.