There is more than one type of war and those who become causalities of it.
On October 12, 1996. The AIDS Memorial Quilt was unfurled on the National Mall in Washington, DC. and it was the last year that the whole of the AIDS Quilt was small enough to fit .
By 1989 alone 48,582 Americans had died from the acquired immune deficiency syndrome, according to the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control.
A total of 47,355 Americans died in combat during the Vietnam War according to the Department of Defense
Watch: A Day In The Life of the AIDS Quilt by John Z Wetmore below and remember our fallen.