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114 STAT. 2372 PUBLIC LAW 106-511—NOV. 13, 2000 (3) Many of these memorials suffer from neglect and disrepair, and many have been relocated or stored in facilities where they are unavailable to the public and subject to further neglect and damage. (4) There exists a need to collect and centralize information regarding the location, status, and description of these memorials. (5) The Federal Government maintains information on memorials only if they are federally funded. (6) Remembering Veterans Who Earned Their Stripes (a nonprofit corporation established as RVETS, Inc. under the laws of the State of Nevada) has undertaken a self-funded program to catalogue the memorials located in the United States that commemorate military conflicts of the United States and the service of individuals in the Armed Forces, and has already obtained information on more than 7,000 memorials in 50 States. (b) SENSE OF THE CONGRESS. —I t is the sense of the Congress that— (1) the people of the United States owe a debt of gratitude to veterans for their sacrifices in defending the Nation during times of war and peace; (2) public memorials that commemorate military conflicts of the United States and the service of individuals in the Armed Forces should be maintained in good condition, so that future generations may know of the burdens borne by these individuals; (3) Federal, State, and local agencies responsible for the construction and maintenance of these memorials should cooperate in cataloging these memorials and providing the resulting information to the Department of the Interior; and (4) the Secretary of the Interior, acting through the Director of the National Park Service, should— (A) collect and maintain information on public memorials that commemorate military conflicts of the United States and the service of individuals in the Armed Forces; (B) coordinate efforts at collecting and maintaining this information with similar efforts by other entities, such as Remembering Veterans Who Earned Their Stripes (a nonprofit corporation established as RVETS, Inc. under the laws of the State of Nevada); and (C) make this information available to the public. TITLE IV—CONVEYANCE OF KINIKLIK VILLAGE SEC. 401. CONVEYANCE OF KINIKLIK VILLAGE. Chugach Alaska (a) That portion of the property identified in United States Corporation. Survey Number 628, Tract A, containing 0.34 acres and Tract B containing 0.63 acres located in Section 26, Township 9 North, Range 10 East, Seward Meridian, containing 0.97 acres, more or less, and further described as Tracts A and B Russian Greek Church Mission Reserve according to United States Survey 628 shall be offered for a period of 1 year for sale by quitclaim deed from the United States by and through the Forest Service to Chugach Alaska Corporation under the following terms: