KOUNTZE — Kountze Middle School is the temporary home for 'The Wall That Heals.'

The wall is a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.

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Several Veterand who fought in the Vietnam Way visited the memorial Thursday to remember their fellow comrades who didn't make it back. James Michael Riley tells 12News, the wall holds a special meaning. Riley has been looking for his friend's name on the wall for years.

"There was one name, he was a friend of mine but for some reason in the years that followed I cannot think of his first name. So, I am really having a hard time finding it. I still think about him. Everyone one of them," said James Riley.

Some facts about the names on the wall:

- There are 58,318 names on the wall

- 1,500+ service members are unaccounted for from the Vietnam War

- 8 of the names are women

- It is 375ft in length

- 22 years is the average age of service members on the wall

- There are 31 sets of brothers

- 3 sets of fathers and sons

- The replica wall has traveled to 600 cities

The Wall That Heals will remain in front of Kountze Middle School.

It's open 24 hours a day until Sunday, November 21, at 2:00 p.m.