The Wall of Faces

Advanced search +


is honored on Panel 40W, Line 13 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Leave a Remembrance


  • 10-68 MIA Bracelet

    Posted on 5/23/16 - by DON T
    I recently met the wife of a Vietnam vet, and it made me look for the bracelet i wore in the 1960s . Well I found it and I located your personal information and I just wanted to thank you for your service to the country. You will not be and are not forgotten. Thanx
  • POW/MIA bracelet

    Posted on 1/11/16 - by
    I work at a flea market in Illinois. While going through a bag of old jewelry I found your bracelet. I couldn't just let them sell it so I asked if I could have it. I just wanted to let you know that you're not forgotten.
  • High School Classmate

    Posted on 11/25/15 - by Frank Freemon
    I knew you quite well back at Wheaton Community High School. You graduated with me in 1956. Your photo on the wall is your high school graduation photo. Keith Knabb. It wasn't until I found you on the virtual wall that I learned your real name was Kenneth Keith Knabb Jr. I met your family briefly and know how much they miss you. I will remember you as long as I live.
  • My Brother, My Mentor

    Posted on 11/23/15 - by Bill Winkler
    Keith, my brother of Alpha Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi, you were an example to a freshman pledge and active at Purdue. I want you to know that 20 to 25 of us get together every year and we always remember and honor your memory. Rest in peace, my friend.
  • POW bracelet

    Posted on 9/19/14
    For many years in the 70's I wore a POW bracelet with your nameā€¦.I haven't seen the bracelet in about 40 years, but I remember you. I remember YOU! Well, actually I remember your name and what that bracelet stood for. And now, 40 years later, I'm becoming a Quaker. Thank You, Kenneth Knabb!

The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.