What would you like to see? A wall or something else?
I'd love to see some brainstorming and maybe even some personal stories on here from those who have lost a friend/family member to these wars.
Also should it be a combined memorial or one for each war?
I haven't seen anything in the works for OIF/OEF yet but it is definitely coming.
I've visited all of the memorials in DC mutliple times and I am always struck by what the design and execution of each says about the conflict and the general populations views.
World War I Memorial - only for DC area WW I vets and, up until only a couple of years ago, abandoned and forgotten in a corner of the Mall.
World War II Memorial - big, loud, and ostentatious . . . it screams "We kicked a**!"
Korean War Memorial - a little bit somber bur forceful . . . it says "we did something important and necessary but it wasn't easy."
Vietnam Wall - heart wrenching . . . "we failed in our objective but it was not through any fault of those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice."
OIF/EOF Memorial? I think it is still too soon to tell. The public has been overwhelmingly supportive of the soldier/marine/sailor/airmen while often being very critical of the government for our involvelment. It will be interesting to see what the final product says about 'our war'.