Veterans Memorial Wall Located In Chino

“Most walls keep people out, this wall brings people together.”

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Chino The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial of the Antelope Valley display kicked off on June 30 with a parade and opening ceremony. The Mobile Memorial was presented by the Vietnam Wall For Chino and City of Chino.

Officers and local veterans from the Chino Police Department escorted the Memorial Wall to Ruben S. Ayala Park. The Chino Police Department proceeded south on Tenth Street, west on Riverside Drive, south on Central Avenue, east on College Park Avenue,  and left into the second parking lot on the left side of the street.

The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial for the Antelope Valley was open to the public 24 hours a day until July 5. For more information, you can visit http://www.avwall.org.

 

The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with a parade and opening ceremony.

Photo courtesy: CVUSD
The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with a parade and opening ceremony.

Photo courtesy: City of Chino  The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with a parade and opening ceremony.

Photo courtesy: City of Chino The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with a parade and opening ceremony.

Photo courtesy: Chino PD The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with the Chino Police Department escorted the Memorial Wall to Ayala Park.

Photo courtesy: Chino PD The Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial display kicked off on June 30 with the Chino Police Department escorted the Memorial Wall to Ayala Park.