“We’ll Watch Out for Liza and The Kids”: Spontaneous Memorials and Personal Response at the Pentagon, 2001
FOR MY FRIEND,
CAPT. BOB DOLAN, UNITED STATES NAVY.
THEY, WHO DID THIS WILL
HEAR OUR BATTLECRY OF FREEDOM
HOO YAH DEEP SEA!!
CAPT. H.T. HELMKAMP USN
WE’LL WATCH OUT FOR LIZA & THE KIDS.1
(see figure 4.1)
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