With the sound of motorcycles roaring and the sight of American flags waving, the Vietnam Veteran's Mobile Memorial or the  "Wall that Heals" made its stop in downtown Warren. 

"We still have brothers over there that are not accounted for, and I will never forget them. Like I say, I will never forget them," said Barry Steffey of Howland. 

The procession began at the Harley Davidson in Austintown and made it's way to downtown Warren where veterans and the general public lined the streets to witness the caravan and pay tribute. 

"It's a privilege for the wall to come through our community. All the veterans, Vietnam veterans are glad to be part of it, to be here and it's just an exciting event," said Furman Alden of Champion. 

For some of these veterans, this is the first time they are seeing the Vietnam War Memorial. 

As it headed through downtown Warren, it symbolized, for them, how far we have come in the treatment of Vietnam veterans since their return in the late 60s and 70s. 

"It lets them know we are here for them, to help them out, and we are behind them. That's what our agency is here for and that's what the community is here for," added Charles Ciapala of the Trumbull County Veterans Services. 

The wall will be stationed at the Warren Heritage Center through Sunday, more information can be found by the following this link http://www.vvmf.org/twth