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Charlottesville, Virginia

A Sacrifice to Remember

The Hill That Heals

Dedicated on April 20, 1966, the Charlottesville Dogwood Vietnam Memorial (the “Memorial) is the first public-civic memorial in the United States of America to honor all members of the United States Military who served and those who gave their lives in the war in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Each year since, there has been an annual re-dedication of the Memorial.

the Heroes

That Made the
Ultimate Sacrifice

Memorial Brick Program

The Dogwood Vietnam Memorial Foundation has created an opportunity for friends, Veterans and families to leave a lasting tribute with an engraved memorial brick. All service members and those who have served our country are eligible.

Help support the memorial and recognize those who served our country!