The dedication of a first-of-its-kind national memorial to veterans of the first Gulf War on Feb. 26 in Washington, D.C., drew dignitaries including former Vice President Dick Cheney, who oversaw Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shield in his role as defense secretary. The Pentagon lists 383 U.S. troops as having been killed in action in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. The site is on the National Mall, off Constitution Avenue and by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Read more about the dedication on Military.com.
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