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Remembering Vietnam My War Story - Bill Nelson
My War Story - Marsh Carter
My War Story - Nancy Sinatra
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My War Story - Ron Nessen
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RULES FOR THE MEDIA COVERING EVENTS AT
THE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a sacred place where families and friends go to remember and pay tribute to loved ones. These guidelines were developed to preserve the sanctity of the Memorial.
1. No one may stand on the grassy area on top of The Wall. This includes photographers and videographers.
2. Tripods may not be used on the walkway in front of the Memorial or leading up to it. All cameras used in this area must be handheld.
3. Sound may not be used at the Memorial. If you are conducting an interview, please do it away from The Wall in the grassy knoll east of the Memorial. B-roll only may be shot at The Wall.
4. Please do not inhibit or disrupt the experience for visitors at The Wall.
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