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During my UCLA days, I lived in West Los Angeles on a street called Veteran Ave and frequently drove by the VA, LA National Cemetery, and these tombstones, which left an indelible impression in reminding me of the many brave men & women who sacrificed for this great country. Thank you to anyone who can help with this event. Cheers.
The VA is a large facility.
Two ways to get there:
(1) If driving on the 405 freeway, exit Wilshire Blvd.
On Wilshire Blvd, you'll want to be between Sepulveda Blvd and San Vicente Blvd/Federal Ave.
Stay in the right lane on Wilshire Blvd and look for an off-ramp exit on the right side that leads to Bonsall Ave.
If driving west on Wilshire Blvd (immediately after the 405 freeway underpass), look for something like this.
If driving east on Wilshire Blvd (Santa Monica is behind you and the 405 freeway is in front of you), then look for something like this.
Go north on Bonsall Ave. Signs should show where to park.
Another way to get there is:
(2) Drive to the intersection of Sepulveda Blvd & Constitution Ave, Los Angeles, 90024
From Sepulveda Blvd, turn on Constitution Ave.
Go under the freeway underpass, away from the national cemetery.
Continue west on Constitution Ave and signs should show where to park.
Look for something like this.