A group of veterans unveiled a Wall of Remembrance early Thursday morning at the San Bernardino Golf Course, across the street from where the Islamic extremism-inspired massacre killed 14 and injured 22 on Dec. 2.
The wall honors all Americans killed in terrorist acts since 1983. It has nearly 11,000 names on it, both of fallen members of the U.S. military and victims of terror attacks both domestic and abroad. The 14 names of the San Bernardino shooting victims were added on Thursday.
The wall was not set to be on display this month because of the holidays, but organizers say they knew they had to bring it back after the tragedy and add the names of the new victims.
The Wall of Remembrance will be on display 24 hours a day throughout the weekend. There will be a memorial service on Saturday at 10 a.m., and there will be a sunrise church memorial service on Sunday at 6:30 a.m.