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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall contains the names of 58,218 men and 8 women who were killed and remain missing from that war. The names are etched on the black granite panels that compose the Wall, and the panels are arranged into two arms, extending from a central point to form a wide angle. The names are listed in the order in which the men and women died or were declared missing. The first death was recorded in 1959 and the last in 1975. More than 500 individual names are readable in the Chase painting.

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Rod Chase has painted one of the Lone Star State's most famous and revered monuments, the Alamo.  Few events have defined the bravery of the early Texans as the battle for the old mission.  Chase's dramatic, night scene is an outstanding image of this symbol of the people of Texas and their heritage.

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"Acorn Street, which is pictured in Old Glory, is a narrow lane within Beacon Hill that is paved with cobblestones. It is often mentioned as the most picturesque street in Boston. At twilight, the focal point of the whole street is the flag which literally glows in the dimming light. Elements in the painting are sometimes changed for both metaphoric and aesthetic reasons. The street light on the upper left is not lighted. This I did to keep the eye traveling to the interior of the lane. If it had been lit, it would have shown off all the brick walls around it taking the viewer to that area rather than down the lane to Old Glory." - Rod Chase

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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is one of Arlington Cemetery's most popular sites.  The Memorial Amphitheater has been the scene of funerals of some prominent Americans as well as the site of the Memorial Day and Veterans Day celebrations.

The remains of unknown American soldiers from World Wars I and II and the Korean conflict are contained in the Tomb.  It is perpetually guarded by members of the 3rd United States Infantry (The Old Guard).  Since 1937, the Tomb has been guarded 365 days a year, every minute of the day and night.  The guards never wear their rank on their uniforms, as they do not want to outrank the unknown soldiers, whatever their rank may have been.


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