The Three Servicemen (Sometimes called The Three Soldiers) statue located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. near the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall. The statue depicts three soldiers, purposefully identifiable as European American, African American, and Hispanic American. In their final arrangement, the statue and the Wall appear to interact with each other, with the soldiers looking on in solemn tribute at the names of their fallen comrades. The distance between the two allows them to interact while minimizing the effect of the addition on Lin's design. (Department of Defense photo by

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The Three Servicemen (Sometimes called The Three Soldiers) statue located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. near the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall. The statue depicts three soldiers, purposefully identifiable as European American, African American, and Hispanic American. In their final arrangement, the statue and the Wall appear to interact with each other, with the soldiers looking on in solemn tribute at the names of their fallen comrades. The distance between the two allows them to interact while minimizing the effect of the addition on Lin's design. (Department of Defense photo by
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Image ID: M3T385
The Three Servicemen (Sometimes called The Three Soldiers) statue located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. near the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall. The statue depicts three soldiers, purposefully identifiable as European American, African American, and Hispanic American. In their final arrangement, the statue and the Wall appear to interact with each other, with the soldiers looking on in solemn tribute at the names of their fallen comrades. The distance between the two allows them to interact while minimizing the effect of the addition on Lin's design. (Department of Defense photo by Marvin Lynchard) 160329-D-FW736-005 by DoD News Photos

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