At Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers, our veterans disability benefits attorneys understand the sacrifices that members of our military make each and every day. That’s why we would like to take a moment to let you know about an upcoming event that is highlighting Texas’ Vietnam veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice to our country.

The Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit will be on display on Saturday, March 7, at the Museum of the American G.I., located on Highway 6 in College Station. The exhibit features 3,417 sets of dog tags, with each holding the name of a Texan who died during the Vietnam War. Along with the name of each soldier, the tags bear each hero’s date of passing, hometown, branch of service, and rank.

According to KBTX News, a Patriot Guard will begin a procession of the exhibit through town at 1 p.m. and will then set the exhibit up at the museum. Patrons will then be allowed to experience the exhibit at their leisure.

The exhibit has been making its way around Texas, having been displayed at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas. Plans show the Museum of the American G.I. to be the display’s new permanent home.

At Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers, we encourage our community to stop by the exhibit in the coming weeks. We would also urge you to stay up to date with the latest community events by visiting our website.


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