The Vietnam Memorial Moving Wall is on display at Gillette Stadium

Maureen Cabral from Winchester holds a rose up to the name of her husband, John J. Cabral who was killed in action in Vietnam on June 16, 1972.
Maureen Cabral from Winchester holds a rose up to the name of her husband, John J. Cabral who was killed in action in Vietnam on June 16, 1972. –John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The home of the New England Patriots is hosting the Moving Wall, the half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington.

The monument is at Patriot Place at Gillette Stadium this weekend until Monday. The monument was first placed at the stadium Thursday.

The memorial is open to the public for all hours of the day and night and parking at the stadium and admission to visit the wall are free.

The Moving Wall travels across the country, providing people an opportunity to honor those who lost their lives during the Vietnam War.

It is inscribed with the names of more than 58,000 men and women who died in service during the conflict.

Vietnam Veteran Dave Bickford from Whitman served from 1973-1976. He stands at the Moving Wall set up at Gillette Stadium in honor of Veterans Day this Sunday, and as part of the Patriots honoring Vietnam Veterans and Gold Star mothers and wives. —John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Foxboro 11/9/18 A visitor rubs the names on a section of the Moving Wall that was set up at Gillette Stadium in honor of Veterans Day this Sunday, and as part of the Patriots honoring Vietnam Veterans and Gold Star mothers and wives. More than 58,000 names are on the half-size replica of the actual Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. —John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
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