A replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall is in Spokane this weekend at the Greenwood Memorial Cemetery off of Government Way.
The mobile wall is 360 feet long, it's traveled thousands of miles, and carries more than 58,000 names with it.
Tom Hall came for three of them.
"Now there's an actual tribute to these people who gave so much," said Hall.
Hall was in Vietnam as a pilot from 1968-73. Three members from his training course were killed in the war, including his roommate.
"It's been 45 years for some of these friends who were lost and it still gets me when I see their names again," said Hall.
Every day the wall is here, the 84 Spokane men and women who lost their lives will be honored. Their names read aloud, followed by a bell.
Dave Rosenbeck knew three people on the wall as well.
"I got their names and I've seen it, and I think I'll just put it all past now with just memories. I'll probably never visit the wall again," said Rosenbeck.
Grieving is different for everyone. For some of these people, a long wall standing 8-feet high is helping heal after all these years.
"It's a great tribute on part of a nation who I hope is very grateful for their sacrifice. We sure are," Hall said.
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute takes the wall from place to place. It'll be at Greenwood Terrace until Sunday afternoon.