The Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. is a tribute to those who lost their lives fighting for their country.
But being so far away, it's inaccessible to a lot of people here in KOTA Territory.
That's where the Wall that Heals comes in.
It's a one-half scale model of the Memorial in the nation's capitol, but this one is on the road 11 months out of the year.
The wall and accompanying museum stop at various places in all corners of the country.
For the next week, it's at the Broken Spoke Campground near Sturgis.
It's a chance for veterans and non-veterans alike to jumpstart the healing process and honor the fallen.
"If you've ever been wounded, it hurts," said site manager Bob Dobek, a veteran himself. "If you don't clean that wound, it'll fester. It eats you alive on the inside. Sometimes you have to reopen that wound to clean it."
"I think the people, everybody should feel that," added Darla Stiner, a Seattle woman in town for the Rally who's never been to Washington, D.C. "Everybody should feel that feeling that people gave for their country and not just assume. Too many people, I think, take it for granted."
You can visit the wall 24 hours a day until next Friday. Admission and parking are both free.