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For nearly 30 years on the National Mall, 19 steel soldiers dressed for battle have stood in tribute to Americans who served in the Korean War. The Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation is now opening a new exhibit called the Wall of Remembrance, etching the names of those who fought and died in granite. NBC News’ Rehema Ellis speaks with the veterans who fought to have those lost in the “Forgotten War” still be remembered.