A Fleeting Memorial 

An Idaho veteran's run has created a monument that's materially ephemeral, rooted more in spirit.

A V-shaped gash in the Earth. Reflective black granite. The real power of the Vietnam War Memorial Wall comes not from the material or the design, strong though they be. It has power because it has every American soldier who died…

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