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Mullen to Honor Six Troops Being Added to Vietnam Memorial Wall

WASHINGTON -- The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is the scene of a solemn ceremony Monday where the names of six American servicemen were recently added to The Wall.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike Mullen, will remember the men and women who have fallen in service to their country during the annual observance.

The Memorial Fund website says the Memorial Day ceremony is hosted yearly by the Fund and the National Park Service to pay tribute to members of America's armed forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam and in all conflicts.

The six servicemen are: Lance Cpl. John E. Granville, USMC, Los Angeles; Lance Cpl. Clayton K. Hough Jr., USMC, Holyoke, Mass.; Capt. Edward F. Miles, USA, Manhasset, N.Y.; Sgt. Michael J. Morehouse, USA, Covington, Ky.; Lt. Col. William L. Taylor, USA, Tampa, Fla. and Cpl. Ronald M. Vivona, USMC, Suffolk, N.Y.