Vietnam War nurse Marion Mullin poses at her Vancouver home on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, with the sweatshirt and the sign she carried during the 1993 dedication of the Women's Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C. Mullin was a civilian nurse in Danang during the Tet offensive.
Vietnam War nurse Marion Mullin poses at her Vancouver home on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, with the sweatshirt and the sign she carried during the 1993 dedication of the Women's Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C. Mullin was a civilian nurse in Danang during the Tet offensive. The Columbian via AP Amanda Cowan
Vietnam War nurse Marion Mullin poses at her Vancouver home on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, with the sweatshirt and the sign she carried during the 1993 dedication of the Women's Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C. Mullin was a civilian nurse in Danang during the Tet offensive. The Columbian via AP Amanda Cowan

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