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“Erected in 1954, the memorial is the nation's oldest Korean War Veterans Memorial, containing more than 3,300 plaques honoring the sacrifice and service of members of the armed forces.”
I can’t really hold that misstatement against the writer, since he didn’t write it, but simply repeated without sourcing… I think there’s a word for that.
Adding the plaques was and is simply a means to an end, and is a dishonor to veterans everywhere because honoring veterans is not the true reason the plaques were added.
March 6, 2014 at 3:06 p.m.
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