• The Wall That Heals at Night
    July 9-12, 2015

    A July 2015 night brought the focus of the Wall That Heals Memorial into sharp view, when strategic lamps and moonlight directed your eyes to the flood of names and then to memories. Visitors drove great distances to pay homage and remember. The volunteers were there in both body and spirit to guide and support.

  • “The Wall That Heals”
    July 2015

    Gloucester’s United Veterans Council and the City of Gloucester, MA were proud to sponsor the traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall and Museum at the Fuller School in Gloucester, MA.

Veterans have a home with AMVETS Post 32. We are a community & a family.


Veterans of all ages and backgrounds have a home with AMVETS Post 32.

To commemorate the service of a special group of soldiers, the Veterans of the Vietnam War, AMVETS was proud to host "The Wall That Heals". The Amvets Riders, in a stream of motorcycles, escorted the traveling museum and monument to Fuller School. Please read the Press Release that preceeded the July 2015 event.

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