There are 58,272 names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall.
As of June 2010, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial contained 58,267 names.
See website: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall; then see the "information" columns. They will explain how & why names ARE added.
1,160 Wisconsin men perished in the war.
Sadly to long with too many names to be imaginable
The site: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall; information column will answer that question.
the wall with the names and sites
See the related links for an alphabetically categorized list of all the names (58,166 names) engraved into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
70 rows on the East Panels and 70 rows on the West Panels. There are 58,195 names in the Wall.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
See website: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
The names of the 14,838 dead US Marines are listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall.
On the site: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall; the information column will explain those names.
Over 58,000 men and 8 women.
No, the Vietnam Memorial is a US war memorial.
The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall is the list.
Cannot find any reference to anyone by that name on multiple lists of names on the Vietnam Wall.
OVER 14,800 US Marines died in the Vietnam War. If you want their names, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall has them recorded there.
The names of over 58,000 US servicemen are engraved on the VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL WALL website.
The Vietnam Memorial Wall was designed by American architect Maya Lin. The typesetting of the original 58,195 names on the wall was performed by Datalantic in Atlanta, Georgia.
The names are engraved chronologically, from date of death, instead of alphabetically.
Check the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. Those names are listed in chronological order; the last name engraved on the wall would be your answer.
Per Wikipedia 8 of the 58,260 names belong to women. Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia That means approximately 0.01 percent of the names belong to women. However, many, many more women fought. Their names were just not recorded.
The "wall" is by far the most common name for it; because it's only ONE syllable and easy to pronounce. Other nick-names, "Vietnam Wall", "Viet War Wall", "Vietnam War Wall", to name a few.