Cheney Free Press -

By Lee Hughes
Staff Reporter 

His brother's keeper

Navy corpsman finally finds peace at Vietnam Veterans Memorial

 

After 27 years, Wes Anderson came to accept who and what he was. So it was that, in 1995, after years of personal struggles he “came out” — as a Vietnam veteran.

Two years later he made pilgrimage to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.

It took three days of sightseeing around the Capital before Anderson finally made his way toward The Wall, a monument featuring a 246-foot-9-inch long, black opaque wall built of 144 highly polished granite panels sunk unobtrusively into the ground.

Anderson rode the metro from his hotel, arriving at the west end of the sprawling Capital M...



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