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U.S. Army Soldiers render a final salute to fallen Transportation Corps Soldiers during a Memorial Wall Rededication Ceremony at Fort Eustis, Va., May 21, 2014. The Memorial Wall is located in the Transportation Corps Memorial Chapel at Fort Eustis, and is inscribed with 1,972 names of Army transporters who gave their lives in the defense of freedom in conflicts ranging from the Vietnam War to Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Katie Gar Ward)
This episode is devoted to honoring members of the US Army Transportation Corps who have died in combat. Too often the contributions of support services like the Transportation Corps are overlooked. In this episode an article from the Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System by Staff Sergeant Katie Ward is highlighted. It is titled: Transportation Corps pays tribute to fallen Soldiers and describes a ceremony at Fort Eustis, Virginia where fallen soldiers of the Transportation Corps are honored.