Replica of Vietnam Veteran's Wall makes stop in Kentucky

It's called the wall that heals, it’s a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is traveling the United States, but there's only one stop in Kentucky this year.

That stop will be in Pulaski County, where you can see it this week in Somerset.

The wall has a special meaning to Claude Davis, because of the name of James Jenkins. He says his name should actually be on it, instead.

“We had this agreement, if one of us fell asleep, the other would take over. So I told him I couldn't stay awake, I crawled down into the fox hole, and not 15 seconds later, mortars fell, and he was no more,” Claude Davis said.

The actual wall was completed in 1982 and currently a fund drive is taking place to build an underground education center in Washington, D.C.

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