MADISON (WKOW) -- Veterans Appreciation Week continues with the unveiling of "The Paper Wall" at the State Capitol.
The exhibit is a collaboration of newspaper articles and obituaries from Wisconsin soldiers who were killed or missing in action during the Vietnam War.
The creators hope the exhibit will serve as a visual tribute to those fallen soldiers.
"They made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation, for all of us. What they stood for and what they did cannot be described in words," said Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Kenneth Black at the Paper Wall ceremony.
The exhibit was first featured back in May at the LZ Lambeau event, which drew in 70,000 visitors.
It will remain at the Capitol until Sunday, November 14.
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