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Forty-five years later, Lugoff man receives Distinguished Flying Cross
Part of The Wall That Heals ceremonies in Camden
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The Wall That Heals was open 24 hours a day and was visited at all hours, during the time it was in Camden. - photo by Photo by Julie Putnam
Four days of honor, remembrance and healing took place as Camden hosted The Wall That Heals (TWTH), a mobile replica of the national Vietnam War Memorial. The Wall That Heals arrived in Camden, escorted by more than 120 veterans on motorcycle, all of whom would then park their bikes and lend a hand in erecting the wall. Its sleek, stark lines and the 58,000 names on granite panels would stand in silent honor against the backdrop of green fields, historic palisades and the presence of the Kersaw-Cornwallis House just across green fields.