Telling the stories of those killed in the Vietnam War can be a trying, difficult task. That's why one new project will seek to tell those stories through the photos of those who never came home.
There are 58,000 names inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The new initiative, called The Education Center at The Wall -- which will feature a new, underground building on the National Mall along with exhibits -- is being designed to show the faces of those indelible names.
Exhibits will include a wall of photographs of people whose names are on The Wall, a selection of the more than 100,000 items that have been left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a timeline of key military events of the Vietnam War and a history of the memorial. See further coverage here and here. UPDATE: Have a photo to submit? It's easy to submit through DefenseLink.com's new portal.