|Australia, New South Wales (Inglis), Tamworth — Vietnam War Memorial Lest We Forget|
1962 – 1973
Their bodies are buried in peace and their names liveth for evermore
Killed in Action
213780 Pte Wilson M.A.F.
1 RAR 8 Jan 66
2781465 2 Lt Sharp G.C.
6 RAR 18 Aug 66
23916 Maj Bourne D.M.
5 RAR 14 Feb 67
781899 Pte Birchell M.J.
6 RAR 17 Feb 67
18665 Spr Wride D.S.
1 Fd Sqn 10 Jul 67
1731955 Pte Weston L.J.
2 RAR 30 Sep 67
2137680 Tpr Woyzey D.J.
B Sqn 3 Cav Regt 14 . . . — Map (db m71048) WM|
|Australia, Victoria, Warrnambool — Aboriginal Soldiers|
|This memorial is dedicated to all Aboriginal men and women from South West Victoria who served their country proudly along with fellow Australians since World War 1. — Map (db m52646) HM|
|Alabama (Autauga County), Prattville — Autauga County Viet Nam Memorial|
Conflict — Map (db m70816) WM|
|Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — Butler County Vietnam War Memorial|
Killed in Action
Likely, James T. 10-2-1967
Taylor, Clarence 5-28-1969
Rutherford, Michael T. 11-5-1969
Cooper, William Morris 9-7-1968
Johnson, Johnny L. 10-19-1968
McCormick, Luther O'Neal 10-28-1968
Stinson, Wm. Sherrill 9-1-78 — Map (db m70771) WM|
|Alabama (Chambers County), LaFayette — Chambers County War Memorial|
In Memory of
Chambers Co. Veterans
Who Gave Their Lives
In Following Wars
World War II
Askew, Arthur L. Pvt. Austin, George L. Jr. 1st Lt. Baker, Edwin H. Sgt. Bassett, Wilma M. Pvt. Belcher, Guy E. PFC. Bishop, Ulysses H. Tec. 4 Brown, John T. Sgt. Brown, William A. Cpl. Butler, Cecil C. Pvt. Crowder, Robert L. Pvt. Dardy, James Jr. Pvt. Davis, Charles W. Sgt. Farrar, James L. PFC. Fitzpatrick, John W. PFC. Floyd, Wilbur Pvt. Ford, Dwight H. . . . — Map (db m18163) WM|
|Alabama (Chambers County), Valley — Armed Forces Tribute|
to the men
Lest We Forget — Map (db m71652) WM|
|Alabama (Chambers County), Valley — Langdale Veterans Memorial|
| In Honor of All Langdale Veterans
World War II
To those who gave
the ultimate sacrifice — Map (db m71654) WM|
|Alabama (Chilton County), Thorsby — Thorsby Remembers Our Veterans|
|For the men and women
of all branches of the military
Thank you for your service
God Bless you all — Map (db m73233) WM|
|Alabama (Clay County), Ashland — Clay County Veterans Memorial|
|Dedicated to the veterans of Clay County who so unselfishly served and to those who died in defense of their country Let it be said “We will never forget” Left Panel List of World War I, World War II and Korean War veterans Right Panel List of World War II and Vietnam War veterans — Map (db m14302) WM|
|Alabama (Conecuh County), Evergreen — Conecuh County War Memorial|
to Veterans of
To the gallant men
and women who
peacetime and war
We shall not forget — Map (db m81348) WM|
|Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Dale Veterans Memorial|
|Dedicated to the memory of those Dale County veterans who died in defense of our country
World War I
Obie A. Alpin Sam E. Andrews Marlin R. Arnett Robert Arrington Lester Avant Ivey Y. Beasley Jere Brown Mose Canter Glen Causlerr Malcomb Cook Willie W. Cotten Willie E. Cotter Buck Dean Payton V. Deese Hubert Dixon Henry Ezelle Alto Gibson Henry C. Godwin James F. Griggs John B. Hardwick James H. Harris Edgar Lee Jordan Alexander Kirkland . . . — Map (db m36561) WM|
|Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Dallas County Vietnam Memorial|
Honor ✯ Duty ✯ Sacrifice
In Grateful Memory and Honor
of all Veterans from
Dallas County who served in
the Vietnam Conflict
1965 — 1973
✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯
Through Valiant Service
and Determined Effort they
Fought against the Communist
Enemy to Preserve Freedom
Honor Roll of the Valiant
Men of Dallas County
who Died in Action during
the Vietnam Conflict
1965 — . . . — Map (db m82039) WM|
|Alabama (Elmore County), Wetumpka — Elmore County Vietnam War Memorial|
In honor of the fallen heroes of Elmore County who gave their lives in the Vietnam War
Cook, Larry Davidson
Cottrell, Willie James
Davis, Charles William
Hudson, Jimmy Dale
Johnson, Joseph W.
Mathis, David Linwood
McGinty, Calvin Jr.
Owens, Thomas Earl
Ruffin, James Thomas
Smith, John Lee
Wadsworth, Harry M.
Williams, Jimmy L.
Wilson, Dale Keith
Yarbrough, Dana B. — Map (db m67932) WM|
|Alabama (Etowah County), Gadsden — Etowah County War Memorial|
|World War I
Atwood, Joe I.
Benton, Edwin J.
Buffington, Hugh G.
Campbell, Earl C.
Coxwell, Elsie B.
Faucett Lester C.
Fletcher, Newman W.
Garrison, Ed T.
Glenn, James E.
Gray, Earnest E.
Gray, Julius B.
Gregory, Ben T. . . . — Map (db m53844) WM|
|Alabama (Jefferson County), Birmingham — Disabled American Veterans|
Disabled American Veterans Formed December 25, 1920.
Birmingham Chapter No. 4 Chartered January 25, 1926.
This Memorial Dedicated To Our Military Forces And To All Who Have Given Their Blood And Lives That The Republic Might Live Forever.
How Sleep The Brave Who Sink To Rest By All Their Country's Wishes Blest!
This Tenth Day Of November Nineteen Hundred Eighty One.
United States Army
Authorized By The Continental Congress June 14, 1775
* . . . — Map (db m24347) WM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — 1st Lt. Chadwick McFall Barber In Loving Memory of (1944-1969)|
|Lt. Chadwick McFall Barber proudly served his country with distinction and paid the ultimate sacrifice when he was killed in action January 8, 1969, in the Republic of Vietnam. This bronze statue captures his likeness. Ola McFall Barber, David McFall, Rosemarie McFall, and Frances McFall donated this statue and the limestone markers in Lt. Barber's memory. — Map (db m35656) HM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — Charles Lee Moore City of Florence Walk of Honor|
Recipient of 1989 of the first Kodak Award for Photojournalism, Charles Moore chronicled such major events as the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960's South, political violence in Haiti, and the air war in Vietnam. — Map (db m56376) HM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — Don Leslie Michael City of Florence Walk of Honor|
One of only 141 American service men to receive the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War, U.S. Army SP4 Don Leslie Michael Received this award posthumously, and his name appears in the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes. — Map (db m38652) HM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — Don Leslie Michael|
|Michael, Don Leslie
Rank and Organization:
Specialist Fourth class, U.S. Army, Company C, 4th Battalion, 503D Infantry, 173D Airborne Brigade.
Place and Date: Republic of Vietnam, 8 April, 1967. Entered service at: Montgomery, Ala.
Born: 31 July 1947, Florence, Ala.
Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. SP4C. Michael, U.S. Army, distinguished himself while serving with . . . — Map (db m69640) HM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — The Phantom|
The F-4 Phantom was the U.S. Air Forces fastest, highest-flying and longest-range fighter. It first flew May 27, 1958, and entered United States Air Force service in 1963. It was named Phantom II on July 3, 1959, during a ceremony held at the McDonnell plant in St. Louis, Mo., to celebrate the companys 20th anniversary. By the end of production in 1985, McDonnell had built 5,068 Phantom IIs.
F-4s saw combat in both the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm and . . . — Map (db m69636) HM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — Vietnam War Memorial|
|The following men from Lauderdale County made the supreme sacrifice for our Nation during the War with Vietnam:
Jimmy Rex Ball
Chadwick McFall Barber
Howard Wayne Bramlett, Jr.
Paul O'Neal Brown
Edward Lee Brock
Roger Jerrell Bryant
Virgil L. Castle
Phillip Don Childers
Samuel Earl Coker
Charles Edward Cox
James Larry Evans
Joel Wayne Forrester
Richard J. Glenn
Jerry Dewayne Hill
James Dale Hodges
Alfred W. . . . — Map (db m69642) WM|
|Alabama (Lauderdale County), Greenhill — Tabernacle Church Lauderdale County|
|This is one of the earliest community burial grounds in Lauderdale County. The oldest dated gravestone is for Catherine Hill, first wife of Green Berry Hill, for whom the community is named. She died on June 8, 1825. George Kennedy deeded five acres of land in 1874 to the Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church South for the establishment of a church and cemetery. Two early circuit rider preachers are buried here, Rev. Henry Hill and Rev. William Walker. Other early families buried here . . . — Map (db m68061) HM|
|Alabama (Lawrence County), Moulton — Lawrence County Vietnam Veterans|
|Tribute to our
Obedient to duty's call
Many to return injured
9 never to return
Herman Lee Cooper
Willie Frank Garner
Jeffery W. Smith
Ray Anthony Rhodes
Harold Laverol Pool
Charles Minor Woodall Jr.
Billy Michael Holliman
All served with Honor — Map (db m69673) WM|
|Alabama (Limestone County), Ardmore — Vietnam Veterans of America|
|This memorial is dedicated in honor of all those from the state of Alabama who made the supreme sacrifice by laying down their life for their country in Vietnam 1959-1975
This memorial was erected by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 511- Athens, Alabama 1993 — Map (db m52449) HM|
|Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — 1959-1975/Vietnam War/Vietnam War|
I am Staff Sergeant Peter Drake in Vietnam. In school we called this place Indochina. I enlisted in the Army out of high school, like the large majority of my fellow infantrymen. We have draftees but the bulk of us volunteered. Our average age is 21. Infantry combat is very physical. Fighting is a young mans activity. It is strenuous work carrying a 60-pound rucksack with everything I need for several days. Wading through swamps, rice paddies, and canals in . . . — Map (db m82434) HM WM|
|Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — Memorial Fountains Huntsville Madison County Veterans Memorial|
|The Memorial Fountain System begins with a flow of water cascading over the continuous weir, which is punctuated by 8 Black Granite Markers. This flow symbolizes the blood which has been spilled defending our nation's freedom and flows into the Sacrifice Pool, the Courage Pool, and the Defender Fountain. The
small white headstones in the Defenders Fountain are replicas of those in Arlington National Cemetery and represent all of our fallen warriors. Water feeds through the Defender Fountain . . . — Map (db m68728) WM|
|Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — The Boeing-Vertol A/ACH47A Helicopter Gunship|
|In 1964, the U.S. Army was seeking a heavily armed helicopter suitable for a combat operations in Vietnam. Boeing-Vertol proposed a modified version of the CH47 Chinook, which the Army promptly accepted. An order for eleven of the aircraft was placed but unfortunately, due to budget constraints, only four were ultimately produced. By mid 1966 the 53rd Aviation Detachment, better known as Guns-A-Go-Go, had been formed and sent to Vietnam to support the 1st Cavalry, The Royal Australian Task . . . — Map (db m52230) HM|
|Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — Vietnam War Huntsville Madison County Veterans Memorial|
|What began as an effort to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam evolved into the most divisive war in American History since the Civil War? Starting with American Troops serving as advisors, the war escalated until over 500,000 United States service personal were serving in Southeast Asia. Battling Viet Cong Guerillas and North Vietnamese Regulars.
Despite dwindling political and public support for the war, America Troops fought bravely against a tough foe and never lost on the . . . — Map (db m71395) WM|
|Alabama (Mobile County), Mobile — An Unheralded Breed of Soldier|
|Let all who read these words of gratitude and praise know that tens of thousands of America's fighting men and women owe their lives to the deeds and courage of war dogs and their handlers. Further, let it be known that many breeds of dogs, large and small, served our nation in times of war. All going into harm's way with distinction and valor-unhesitating.
Let us not forget these unsung heroes are soldiers, too. These valiant dogs protect our military men and women through countless . . . — Map (db m74162) HM WM|
|Alabama (Mobile County), Mobile — B-52D "Stratofortress"|
|Plans for the B-52 began as early as 1945, but the first flight of a B52D was not until June 4, 1956. The operational life of the B-52 spans the period from 1957 to the present, and included the most critical phase of the war in Vietnam.
The Aircraft you see here was among 170 B52Ds manufactured by Boeing Airplane Company, and was equipped exclusively for long-range bombing missions. "Calamity Jane," as she is called, has been demilitarized, but remains in the night camouflage used during . . . — Map (db m50424) HM|
|Alabama (Mobile County), Mobile — The Lower Alabama Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|President John F. Kennedy said, " A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces but also by the men it honors; the men it remembers."
It is our intention to remember and honor these men from Alabama who served their Nation in a time of strife and turmoil.
The Lower Alabama Vietnam Veterans Memorial is an on-going project of members of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 701 (Mobile) and Chapter 864 (Fairhope). The smaller of the two granite walls bears the names of 175 . . . — Map (db m50422) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — 1Lt Karl W. Richter Killed in Action July 28, 1967, North Vietnam Of The Warrior Breed|
"Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?...
Here am I. Send me."
"Here dead lie we because we did not choose to live and shame the land from which we sprung. Life to be sure is nothing much to lose, but young men think it is, and we were young."
[Unveiled 13 June 1992] — Map (db m64566) HM WM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Air University Commanders|
Maj Gen Muir S. Fairchild
February 1946 – May 1948
Maj Gen Robert W. Harper
May 1948 – October 1948
Gen George C. Kenney
November 1948 – July 1951
Lt Gen Idwal H. Edwards
August 1951 – February 1953
Lt Gen Laurence S. Kuter
April 1953 – May 1955
Lt Gen Dean G. Strother
May 1955 – Jun 1958
Lt Gen Walter E. Todd
August 1958 – July 1961
Lt Gen Troup Miller, Jr.
August 1961 – . . . — Map (db m64368) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — AU "Thinks War"|
Post-Vietnam Era marked a turning point for AU. Lt Gen Furlong, AU commander, launched a three year campaign to overhaul the curriculum which became known as “Putting the War back into War College.” Between 1975 and 1976 AU gained five new functions, greatly expanding its mission.
”Air University epitomizes all that we have fought for in our efforts to build a strong defense structure that will always meet the requirements of the hour.”
Honorable Lister Hill, Alabama Senator, 2 Sep 1947 — Map (db m64375) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Boeing B-52D "Stratofortress"|
Remaining in operation longer than any bomber in U.S. military history, the B-52 was the Strategic Air Command's principal long-range heavy bomber from the time it became operational in 1955. Affectionately known as the BUFF (Big Ugly Fat Fellow), it first flew on April 15, 1952. Nearly 750 B-52s (170 of them B-52Ds) had been built when production ended in October 1962. The B-52Ds were modified to carry the largest conventional bomb load of any in the series and due to the "Big Belly" and . . . — Map (db m64474) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Changing Roles of AU|
Charged with developing doctrines and concepts for the employment of air power, AU produced the first basic doctrine manuals for the Air Force. AU also gained notoriety with projects such as Corona Harvest, which studied and developed lessons learned during the Vietnam Conflict – the first time a study was conducted while a conflict was in progress.
”We must not only be prepared for the peace to come, we must be prepared to preserve it.”
General Hap Arnold, 1 Aug 1945 — Map (db m64374) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Former POWs And Those MIA|
In honor of former
Prisoners of War
Missing in Action
2 October 1987 — Map (db m64438) WM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — General Larry D. Welch 12th Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force Served 1951 - 1990, Aviation Cadet 1953|
General (ret) Welch was born in 1934 in Guymon, Okla., and graduated from Liberal (Kan.) High School in 1952. He enlisted in the Kansas National Guard in October 1951, serving with the 161st Armored Field Artillery until enlisting in the U.S. Air Force. In November 1953, he entered the aviation cadet program and subsequently received his pilot wings and commission as a second lieutenant. He served initially as a flight instructor until his assignment in July 1958 to Headquarters, Air . . . — Map (db m64500) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — McDonnell Douglas F-4D "Phantom II"|
First flown in May 1958, the Phantom II originally was developed for U.S. Navy fleet defense and entered service in 1961. The USAF evaluated it for close air support, interdiction, and counter-air operations and, in 1962, approved a USAF version. The USAF's Phantom II, designated F-4C, made its first flight in November 1963. The F-4D was an improved F-4C and made its first flight on December 9, 1965. The F-4D offered an improved bombing and air-to-air capability. The USAF credited F-4D . . . — Map (db m64504) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — McDonnell RF-101C "Voodoo"|
Ordered in 1951 by the Strategic Air command as a long-range escort fighter, the F-101 lineage included several versions: Low-altitude fighter-bomber; photo-reconnaissance; two-seat interceptor; and transition trainer. To accelerate production, no prototypes were built and the first Voodoo, an F-101A, made its initial flight on September 29, 1954. When production ended in March 1961, nearly 800 Voodoos had been built. Development of the unarmed RF-101, the world's first supersonic . . . — Map (db m64503) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Montgomery Chapter of the American Ex-Prisoners of War In Honor Of|
September 17, 1999
Non Solum Armis — Map (db m64439) WM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — North American F-100D "Super Sabre"|
Developed as a follow-on to the F-86 Sabrejet used in the Korean Conflict, the F-100 was the world's first production airplane capable of flying faster than the speed of sound in level flight (760 mph). The prototype, the YF-100A, made its first flight on May 25, 1953, at Edwards Air Force Base, California. Of the 2,294 F-100s built before production ended in 1959, 1,274 were F-100Ds, more than all other series combined. The F-100D, which made its first flight on January 24, 1956, was the . . . — Map (db m64553) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Republic F-105D "Thunderchief"|
In 1951, Republic Aviation began a project to develop a supersonic tactical fighter-bomber to replace the F-84F. The result was the F-105 "Thunderchief," later affectionately nicknamed the "Thud." The prototype YF-105A first flew on October 22, 1955, but the first F-105D did not fly until June 9, 1959. F-105s were produced in the single-seat F-105B and F-105D series, and in the two-seat F-105F model. Later, some F-105Fs were modified to become F-105Gs. A total of 833 Thunderchiefs of all . . . — Map (db m64505) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Maxwell Air Force Base — Sikorsky MH-53M 'Pave Low IV' Helicopter|
The Sikorsky MH-53 is a variant of the USAF's HH-53 'Super Jolly Green Giant' air rescue helicopter, which was developed in turn from the US Navy's CH-53 'Sea Stallion' heavy lift helicopter. The MH-53 has been optimized for long-range infiltration, exfiltration and resupply of special operations forces in darkness or marginal weather flying conditions. The USAF began using early models of this helicopter for special operations missions in the late 1960s, and later versions continued to . . . — Map (db m64451) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — 9th Infantry Division / “The Old Reliables”|
|The 9th Division was organized on 18 July 1918 at Camp Sheridan for service in World War I. When the War ended, 11 November 1918, deployment of the Division to France was canceled and it was demobilized on 15 February 1919. Reactivated on 1 August 1940, 9th Infantry Division soldiers fought valiantly in 8 crucial World War II campaigns in North Africa, Sicily, France, Belgium, and Germany. After a short inactivation, the 9th returned to the active force on 15 July 1947 as a training division at . . . — Map (db m76161) HM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — Flame of Freedom|
* War *
Erected in commemoration
March 15,1969 — Map (db m69308) WM|
|Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — General Charles Graham Boyd|
This historical marker is given in honor of General Charles Graham Boyd and the other brave Americans, living and dead, who as prisoners of war, at times enduring the most brutal treatment imaginable, loved their country and kept the faith when hope seemed forlorn.
Given by his friends — Map (db m81751) HM|
|Alabama (Morgan County), Decatur — A County Older Than The State, Morgan County|
|Alabama Territorial Legislature created this county in 1818 from lands ceded by Cherokee Indians in 1816. County first named Cotaco, for large creek in county. Named Morgan County in 1821 for Maj. Gen. Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary hero, winner over British at Battle of Cowpens. County was often invaded by both armies in War between the States. Until 1891 county seat at Somerville. Then county seat moved to Decatur. Named for Stephen Decatur, naval hero against Tripoli pirates and in War of 1812. — Map (db m27759) HM|
|Alabama (Morgan County), Decatur — War in Vietnam|
|This Monument is dedicated in memory of Decatur born men who fought & died in the Vietnam War.
Roger Pinkey Crow Dec 12 1948- Sept 30, 1970
Billy Wayne Carp March 13, 1947- Sept 10, 1969
Tommy L Nighola's March 2, 1944 - Feb 23, 1966
William Hillard Overton Feb 13, 1947 - May 4, 1969
Arie Terry Oct 28, 1943 Aril 30, 1968
Morgan William Weed Jan 2, 1945- May 11, 1970
Bobby Ray Alexander Feb 13, 1947- Nov 16, 1967
John Wallace Hose Jr Nov 10, 1948 Sept 27 1967
John Earl McVay . . . — Map (db m48187) HM|
|Alabama (Russell County), Phenix City — POW ✯ MIA Monument|
You Are Not Forgotten
Dedicated to all
POW ✯ MIA
Past - Present
Fort Benning Sergeants Major Association
19 September 2009 — Map (db m69092) WM|
|Alabama (Shelby County), Alabaster — Harless Cemetery|
|Harless Cemetery was established as a burying ground in the early 1800s. It is on land homesteaded by Henry Harless, Jr., that was later owned and subsequently deeded to the cemetery by members of the Wyatt family. The oldest surviving marker is for Henry Harless, Jr.'s sister, Hannah Harless Wilson (1783-1833). Hannah and her husband, Benjamin Wilson, arrived to this area about 1814 and are believed to be the first white settlers to the Ebenezer community. The cemetery is sometimes referred to . . . — Map (db m24914) HM|
|Alabama (Shelby County), Columbiana — Shelby County War Memorial|
|Dedicated to the memory of the
brave men from Shelby County who
gave their lives that freedom and justice
should not perish from the earth
World War I 1917-1918
John C. Bailey Girome Blankenship Luther P. Crim Jake Evans James W. Fancher James J. Fortenberry Odies L. Fowler James Cliett Hendrick Willie Joseph Holloway Albert G. Hudson Ocie Womac Jones Oso Lonnie Jones Elva M. Jordan William Thomas Lee Walter J. Logan Charles Luther Martin James R. . . . — Map (db m76255) WM|
|Alabama (Talladega County), Talladega — USS Talladega (APA-208) Talladega County "The Tremblin' T"|
|Seven Battle Stars
* * * * * * *
World War II
* Iwo Jima Operation
* Okinawa Gunto Operation
First of the 31 ship convoy with occupation troops
to dock at Yokohama on VJ Day, September 2, 1945
* 3rd Korean Winter
* Korea, Summer-Fall (1953)
* Vietnam Defense Campaign
* Vietnamese Counteroffensive Phase II
* Vietnamese Counteroffensive Phase III
Commissioned October 31, 1944
Struck from Naval Register September 1, 1976 . . . — Map (db m12212) HM|
|Alabama (Tallapoosa County), Dadeville — Tallapoosa County Korean & Vietnam War Memorial|
In loving memory of the men of Tallapoosa County who made the supreme sacrifice.
25 June 1950 to 31 January 1955
Betts, Charles Jr.
Bryant, Morris N.
Buckner, Ernest B.
Cameron, Floyd D.
Corley, Edgar C.
Cotney, Comer D.
Crampton, Russell L.
Gill, Gerald S.
Gray, James H.
Howard, Frank R.
McCullers, Charles H.
McMichael, Charles M.
Pugh, Jessie G.
Raper, Curtis C.
. . . — Map (db m68063) WM|
|Alabama (Tallapoosa County), Tallassee — Tallassee Vietnam War Memorial|
Dedicated to the young men of Tallassee who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Vietnam War
PFC Richard Clark
LT. Charles Davis
CW.O. Donald Estes
SGT. Joseph Johnson
CPL. Jimmy Hudson
CAPT. Davis Mathis
SGT. Calvin McGinty. Jr.
PVT. Ronald Ruff
SSGT. Dale Wilson
LT. Robert Lutz
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. — Map (db m67916) WM|
|Alabama (Tuscaloosa County), Tuscaloosa — Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Huey)|
|Manufacturer: Bell Aircraft
Engine: Lycoming T-53-L13 single turbine
Length: 41 - 10.5
Gross weight: 9,500 lbs
Cruise speed: 127 mph
Range: 318 miles
Armament: two M-60D 7.62 mm door mounted machine guns
The UH-1, or Huey, is one of the most recognized aircraft of the Vietnam era. This chopper had a wide variety of uses ranging from medical evacuation to troop transport to gunship. The UH-1H which is displayed went into service in September 1967. . . . — Map (db m35480) HM|
|Alabama (Tuscaloosa County), Tuscaloosa — Vought A-7E Corsair II|
|Manufactured by LTV Corporation
Type: Carrier-based attack-bomber
Crew: Pilot only
Maximum Speed: 693 mph
Power Plant: One 14,250 lb S.T. Allison TF41-A-2 turbofan
Weight: 21 tons
Tactical Range: 490 miles
Armament: One 20mm M61-A1 multi-barrel gun, two mounts for sidewinder AAMs, 6 wing stations for 10,000 lbs of bombs or AGMs
LTV corporation was contracted in March 1964 to manufacture the Corsair II, and the first A-7A flew on September 27, 1965, VA-147 was . . . — Map (db m35514) HM|
|Alabama (Walker County), Jasper — Walker County War Memorial|
|World War I
Kidd, John . . . — Map (db m53843) WM|
|Alaska (Anchorage Borough), Fort Richardson — Fort Richardson National Cemetery-Gate|
|This gate is dedicated to men of the Armed Forces of the United States who died while serving their country in war and in peace.---In Memory of Kermit Roosevelt. Born 1859-Died 1943-Who fought in the British and American Armies during World Wars I and II
(bronze plaque below the marker): Acknowledgement this National Cemetery has been made possible through the cooperation of Eklutna, Inc. in yielding its native claim and legal rights to the land, for this noble and patriotic gesture . . . — Map (db m72794) WM|
|Arizona (Cochise County), Bisbee — City of Bisbee Warrior Memorial|
|The City of Bisbee honors by this memorial her warriors who died in defense of the principles of American Democracy against enemies of freedom in World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the War in Vietnam that their patriotic sacrifice will be an inspiration to safe guard liberty in the United States forever. — Map (db m28279) WM|
|Arizona (Mohave County), Bullhead City — Arizona Medal of Honor|
|The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States Armed Forces to those who distinguish themselves "
conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of their lives above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in action against an enemy of the United States
The first Medal of Honor action in our nation's history occurred at Apache Pass, Arizona on February 13, 1861 by U. S. Army Assistant Surgeon Bernard J. D. Irwin.
During the Indian . . . — Map (db m29435) HM|
|Arizona (Mohave County), Bullhead City — In Memory of All Vietnam Veterans|
|This memorial was erected in memory of the young individuals who went to war as kids and lost their youthful dreams, and some their lives, for a cause-freedom and honor-and came back as men with the horrors of war instilled in every fiber of their being and were never given the respect and honor they so dearly deserved from the public or United States government.
God will one day judge our actions. Until then, He will shine on the lives of each veteran now and forever more because He was . . . — Map (db m29434) HM|
|Arizona (Mohave County), Kingman — Kingman Veteran's Memorial|
|In eternal memory of all
Veterans of Kingman
Past, Present and Future
May your deeds and service never be forgotten
or taken for granted.
With the sincerest of appreciation to the following,
who made this memorial a reality:
Dean w. Reiter Det. 887, Marine Corps League
Rotary Clubs of Kingman
K&L DC Concrete
True Value Hardware
Arizona State Prison – Kingman
Dedicated this 11th Day of November 2006 . . . — Map (db m29359) WM|
|Arizona (Mohave County), Lake Havasu City — James A. Wheeler Park and Freedom Fountain December 15, 1965|
|Dedicated to Captain James A. Wheeler, United States Air Force, Tucson, Arizona, and all members of the armed services who have given their lives in the maintenance of freedom. Captain Wheeler was killed in combat April 18, 1965, over South Viet Nam, prior to the founding of Lake Havasu City February 1, 1964. The city's airport area was known as Site Six, an Air Force facility during World War II. The park and fountain commemorate this Air force heritage. — Map (db m31839) HM|
|Arizona (Navajo County), Whiteriver — White Mountain Apache War Memorial January 11, 1969|
Cyrus Burnette — Map (db m49552) HM|
|Arizona (Pima County), Tucson — Vietnam War Memorial|
|In honor and memory
of the 616 Arizonans
who gave their todays
for our tomorrows
during the Vietnam War.
Names are listed on either side of the marker text — Map (db m66975) WM|
|Arizona (Pinal County), Sacaton — Honoring Native American Women Veterans|
Honoring Native American
Dedicated February 22, 2003
American Legion Post 84
Sculptor: Oscar Urrea
Artist: Jim Covarrubias — Map (db m32844) WM|
|Arkansas (Benton County), Rogers — All Vietnam Veterans Memorial In Memory Of|
| This memorial was erected in memory of the young individuals who went to war as kids and lost their youthful dreams, and some their lives, for a cause - freedom and honor - and came back as men with the horrors of war instilled in every fiber of their being and were never given the respect and honor they so dearly deserved from the public or United States government.
God will one day judge our actions. Until then, He will shine on the lives of each veteran now and forever more because He . . . — Map (db m62588) HM|
|Arkansas (Benton County), Rogers — F-101B Voodoo|
USAF Century Series aircraft flown by active interceptor squadrons, the Air Defense Command, and the Air National Guard from 1959 - 1983.
The Voodoo is well known for its NATO role as a nuclear deterrent during the Cold War.
The RF-101 variant is famous for performing reconnaissance missions in Cuba during the 1962 Missile Crisis and in Southeast Asia.
McDonnell Douglas Corporation
Designer and builder of over 800 F-101s
12 July 1991 — Map (db m62520) HM|
|Arkansas (Mississippi County), Gosnell — Brave Men from the 97th Bombardment Wing|
|To honor the memory of these brave men from the 97th Bombardment Wing at Blytheville Air Force Base who did not return after their B-52 aircraft was shot down over Hanoi, North Vietnam in December 1972 Col. Keith R. Heggen Lt. Col. Donald L. Rissi Major Bobby A. Kirby Capt. Randall J. Craddock Capt. George D. Lockhart Capt. Ronald D. Perry Capt. Robert J. Thomas Capt. Charles E. Darr SmSgt. Walter L. Ferguson — Map (db m24056) HM|
|Arkansas (Mississippi County), Osceola — South Mississippi County War Memorial|
To those men from South Mississippi County who gave their lives in World Wars I & II, Korea, and Southeast Asia
Lt. John McGavock Grider - PVT. William A. Charles
PFC Clarence Croft - CPL. Billie W. Craine
PFC Hershel Brock - PVT. Billy E. Hooper
PFC Abe Nichols - PFC Billy R. Aven
PVT. O.M. Hill - SGT. G.D. Hollins
PVT. Robert Kersey - LT. Geo. F. Anderson
LT. Clay Hampson - LT. Elliott B. Sartain, Jr.
SGT. Gerald Leslie - CPL. Charles L. Reece
PFC. Valvie . . . — Map (db m36534) WM|
|Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — Arkansas Vietnam Veterans' Memorial|
|The names of Vietnam Veterans are engraved on 16 marble panels. — Map (db m63038) WM|
|California (Alameda County), Dublin — Mape Memorial Park|
|Commander John "Jack" Clement Mape USN, was Dublin's first casualty of the Vietnam War. A 40-year old father of seven, Mape lived in Dublin and was stationed in Alameda, CA. He was assigned to Squadron VA-52 of the USS Ticonderoga in September, 1965. As commander, Mape led the VA-52 on a mission over Hanoi. On that day, April 13, 1966, his plane was hit by a Sam missile. There were no survivors. Jack Mape was a true American hero, one of Dublin's Finest. — Map (db m69725) HM WM|
|California (Alameda County), Piedmont — Honor Roll|
|World War I
Egbert Williams Beach Henry Augustus Butters Otto Julius Carlsen Frank Jay Field Thomas Edward Graves Carl Castlemayne Jones Hunter McClure
World War II
George David Anderson John R. Anderson, Jr. James M. Aver Joseph G. Baker John A. Beidman, Jr. Geary Bundshu Estiban B. Calbite Thomas W. Carlson Arthur Chamberlin, Jr. Winslow K. Chase William H. Chickering II William A. Cluthe Gordon H. Craig Joseph DeGraftenreid Theodore . . . — Map (db m72281) WM|
|California (Amador County), Sutter Creek — To Remember the Men of Amador County Who Died in The World War|
|[There are four markers mounted on the monument; one each for World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. The first three are mounted on the north side and the fourth is mounted on the south side of monument]
[World War I]
THE MEN OF AMADOR COUNTY
Who Died in the World War
G. Bulaich, J.A. Cuneo, F.S. Ferrari, E.L. Flitcraft, E.F. Forbes, L. Griesback, P.W. Hamm, J.R. Hyland, A. Kretcher, G. Koprivica
R.E. Noce, . . . — Map (db m13421) WM|
|California (Calaveras County), Angels Camp — Our Vietnam Era Veterans|
The Bret Harte U.H.S. Class of 1961
Our Vietnam Era Veterans
And the memory of our
Fallen friends and classmates
Spec. 4 Gene Bettger 7-43 / 12-66
Ensign Glenn Whittle 6-43 / 10-67
Capt. Anthony Albasio 8-43 / 7-69 — Map (db m58931) HM|
|California (El Dorado County), Placerville — El Dorado County Veterans Monument|
[Marker located on right planter stand on walkway of entrance to Monument:]
El Dorado County
Dedicated on Veterans Day
November 11, 2006
The Friends of the Monument
The Grateful Citizens
Of El Dorado County
To Honor Those Who Have Served
The Cause of Freedom
Marker located on Stand Holding Eagle Sculpture - left side of entrance walkway.]
El Dorado County
Richard W. . . . — Map (db m21750) WM|
|California (El Dorado County), Placerville — James D. Rinehart|
|In Memory of
James D. Rinehart
Viet Nam – 1968 — Map (db m65255) WM|
|California (Fresno County), Clovis — Clovis Veterans Memorial On Behalf of a Grateful Nation|
|A memorial to the men and women of the United States
armed forces who have given their lives in service
to their Country and the Clovis Community.
Dedicated November 11, 2003
Clovis Memorial District
Tom Wright, Chairman Joan Lassley, Vice Chairman Susan Franzich, Director Russ Greathouse, Director Gordon Pickett, Director Dennis Byrns, Director Judy Hille, District Manager
Thomas King, Sculpture — Map (db m47246) WM|
|California (Fresno County), Fresno — Fresno Corridor of Flags Veterans Memorial|
Dedicated To Honor
All Veterans of Fresno
This plaque dedicated to all
who served in the military
and especially those who gave
their lives in service to God
and Country for the cause of
May They Rest in Peace
To honor all past, present,
and future members in our
fight for freedom, and the
American Way of Life. — Map (db m41098) WM|
|California (Fresno County), Fresno — Lao Hmong American War Memorial Portrait of a People - Hmong|
From 1961 to 1975 the Hmong and other Lao people of the highlands of Laos helped the United States fight against Communism in Laos and Vietnam. On December 31, 1960, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower declared, "We cannot let Laos fall to the Communists even if we have to fight." Because the Ho Chi Minh trail ran through the territory of the Hmong, the CIA recruited the Hmong and other Lao groups as a special guerrilla unit under the leadership of General Vang Pao to fight the spread of . . . — Map (db m41022) HM|
|California (Kern County), Bakersfield — Kern County Vietnam War Memorial|
To The More Than 14,000
Men and Women
From Kern County
Who Served In Vietnam
And To Those Who Gave
The Ultimate Sacrifice
You Are Not Forgotten
Wind Beneath My Wings
Clayton A. Fannin
Larry S. Pierce ∙ Harry E. Thomas M.I.A. ∙ Edward Jourjon-Roche ∙ Paul E. Rytter
Ernesto Dominguez ∙ Larry J. Cox ∙ Lantham O. Broyles ∙ Michael T. Faust ∙ Billy G. Fry ∙ Ronald J. Kinkeade . . . — Map (db m25130) HM|
|California (Kern County), Edwards AFB — The Medal of Honor In Memory of United States Air Force Medal of Honor Recipients|
| Main Plaque:
The medal of honor is the highest U.S. military decoration awarded to individuals who, while serving in the U.S. armed services, have distinguished themselves by conspicuous gallantry and courage at the risk of life, above and beyond the call of duty. Each decoration awarded represents an incontestable act of bravery or self-sacrifice involving obvious risk of life and, if the risk had not been taken, there would be no grounds for censure. The President of the United . . . — Map (db m62138) WM|
|California (Kern County), Wasco — Korean and Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|For the comrades and families
who gave of themselves to
insure Americas Freedom.
Dedicated to the memory of SSG Larry S. Pierce, Sept 1965, MOH-RVN; Sgt. Steven Chavira, 1971 MIA-RVN. — Map (db m62804) WM|
|California (Los Angeles County), Compton — PFC James Anderson Vietnam War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient|
| PFC James Anderson Jr. was born in Los Angeles California on Jan. 22, 1947. While living in the Carson area, he attended Los Angeles Harbor College for a year and a half before joining the United States Marine Corps in February of 1966.
PFC James Anderson Jr. was assigned as a rifleman in Company F, 2nd Battalion Third Marine Division in the Quang Tri Province in the Republic of Vietnam. In an intense fire fight with enemy troops on Feb. 28, 1967, PFC. Anderson was mortally wounded when . . . — Map (db m62660) WM|
|California (Los Angeles County), Hawaiian Gardens — Carson Street Landscaping|
|Dedicated March 16, 1972, to the
Armed Services Veterans, and those
lost in action that call Hawaiian Gardens home.
"Our brave young people
have kept our country free."
Mayor Vern W. Furgeson
Hawaiian Gardens City Council
Mayor Vern W. Furgeson
Mayor Pro-tem W. Carl Rodgers
Concilmen: Leland S. Johnson
Robert G. Leach
C. Robert Lee
Recreation Donald L. Schultze
Planning Clifton Shryock
Traffic Glen Turner
City Treasurer Helen Mork . . . — Map (db m65824) WM|
|California (Los Angeles County), Lakewood — The Boys of Del Valle Park|
|We climbed aboard that huge winged rocket,
and rode it to the sky.
Our minds would soar for hours and hours,
we're never gonna die.
With pitch and yaw, dives and rolls,
we'd blast bad guys to heaven.
We'd crash and burn and walk away,
heck, we're only seven.
But jets give way to bats and balls,
to hoop and football too.
"We've got great potential," they'd say,
"The rest is up to you."
How quick time travels from innocent days,
of running in the sun.
'till . . . — Map (db m66477) WM|
|California (Los Angeles County), Lancaster — F-4 Phantom II Boeing Plaza - Aerospace Walk of Honor|
| Panel 1: On loan from the United States Air Force, this F-4 Phantom II was acquired on November 7, 2001 from Edwards Air Force Base and transported to the Boeing Company facility at USAF Plant 42. Boeing volunteers worked many hours to restore the fighter to its original condition. In the early morning hours of September 21, 2002, the F-4 was transported here to Boeing plaza, where it proudly flies today.
Built by McDonnell Douglas [formerly McDonnell] in St. Louis, Missouri, the . . . — Map (db m51280) HM|
|California (Los Angeles County), Pasadena — Vietnam Veterans Memorial City of Pasadena|
| We remember those who gave their lives and those who remain missing.
Vernon Brackins * Bruce Brogoitti * James Carter * David Cash * Dale Chamberlain * Michael D'Aiello * Walter Davis * Timothy Duncan * Mark Enari * James Fullerton * Charles Girard * Chester Goins * Jerry Guerra * Fred Hardy * John Hodge * Abbott Jones * Daniel Kirstein * Robert Kurilich * Holtin Lau * James Lavelle * William Levett * Floyd Long * Alfred Mahoney Jr. * William Phillips * Thomas Raschel * Jay Richter * . . . — Map (db m71146) WM|
|California (Los Angeles County), San Pedro — American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial Wall of Honor|
| American Merchant Marine Veterans
Wall of Honor
Dedication: National Maritime Day, May 22, 2003
[List of state and local government officials]
Gene Frank Construction, Builder
Randall B. Montgomery, Engraver
Jerry Sturm, JSA, Design Architect
American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial Committee, Inc.
[Lists of Officers, Directors, Committee Members and Advisers]
[Lists of "Platinum," "Gold" and "Silver" Contributors]
[Additional . . . — Map (db m50928) HM|
|California (Los Angeles County), San Pedro — S.S. Lane Victory [Port of Los Angeles]|
| Panel 1:
March: Lane Victory is named for the former slave, Isaac Lane, founder of Lane College, in Jackson, Tennessee. The Victory Ship was one of a class of cargo ships designed and built during World War II by the United States Maritime Commission.
June: Sea Trials completed.
June 27: The Lane Victory delivered to the American President Lines by the War Shipping Administration.
July 2: Lane Victory begins her first assignment, World War . . . — Map (db m50864) HM|
|California (Merced County), Gustine — Men of Gustine War Memorial Sacrificed their lives serving Our County|
|They gave up their Tomorrows so we could have our Todays
Pvt. Manuel M. Lopes, Army, 1895 - 1920, WWI – Europe, American Legion Post 240 – Named in his honor S.F.C. Frank A. Salsa, Jr., Navy, 1918 – 1944, K.I.A. – Anzio Beach, Italy Sgt. Floyd L. Jones, Jr., Army Air, 1921 – 1943, M.I.A. – WWII, Burma Hump C/M Charles Lee Ross, Navy, 1916 – 1944, K.I.A. – WWII, Philippine Sea W/O Edwin E. Steinberg, Marines, 1912 – 1945, K.I.A. . . . — Map (db m69131) WM|
|California (Mono County), Coleville — Mountain Warfare Training Center U.S. Marine Corp|
|Was established in 1951, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service. One of the Corps most remote and isolated posts. The mission was providing cold weather training for Korea bound replacement personnel. The name changed to “Marine Corp Cold Weather Training Center” after the Korean conflict. In 1963, because of its expanded role, the center was re-named “Marine Corp Mountain Warfare Training Center,” operating on a full-time basis until 1967 when it was placed on . . . — Map (db m11919) HM|
|California (Monterey County), Carmel-by-the-Sea — Vietnam War Memorial|
To the memory of
whose blood was shed
that we might live
John Arnn 1965
Carlito L. Dorsey 1966
Rudolph G. Antone 1967
Frank DeAmaral Jr. 1967
Robert C. L. Fergusson 1967
Larry Larson 1967
James Plowman 1967
Peter W. Sherman 1967
Gary W. Arnold 1968
Steve Hermanson 1968
Ben H. Ide 1968
David McGlochlin 1968
Mark Serrem 1968
John H. Suydam 1968
William H. Underwood 1968
Phillip C. Smith 1969
James L. Vrnes 1969
Richard A. . . . — Map (db m41121) HM|
|California (Monterey County), Gonzales — Gonzales Veterans Memorial|
The Men and Women
Of this Community
In the Armed Forces
Of the United States
World War II
Erected in Gratitude
The Men and Women
Of this Community
In the Armed Forces
Of the United States
Erected in Gratitude
(There are also similar plaques for the veterans of World War I and . . . — Map (db m64258) WM|
|California (Monterey County), Monterey — San Carlos Parish Veterans Memorial|
|No one has greater love than this, to lay down ones life for ones friends.
This San Carlos parish community gratefully remembers those who served in the Armed Forces of the United States during times of war and peace whose courage and personal sacrifices defended and preserved our freedom. — Map (db m63504) WM|
|California (Nevada County), Nevada City — Nevada County War & Veterans Memorial Memorial Grove|
This plot of land set aside by the City of Nevada. These trees living tributes to our war dead.
This plaque and flagpole erected by the citizens of Nevada City dedicated July 4, 1946 to the memory of our heroes who gave their lives in World War II so that the American way of life may continue.
Caswell Fisher Tevis Ferguson Merton Downey Bert Graham Hans G. Hansen William R. Livesay David McCraney Louis G. Netz James M. Odegaard Fred Gohm Clifford M. . . . — Map (db m40373) WM|
|California (Orange County), Fountain Valley — 27 — Helicopter Landing Pad|
|Navy purchased the land in 1943. Fixed wing planes used the airstrip into the 1950's. In 1952 Marine Helicopter pilots practiced take-offs and landings at this site up through the Vietnam era. — Map (db m59761) HM|
|California (Placer County), Roseville — Roseville - Placer County Vietnam Memorial|
|In honor of the
Air Force, Army, Marine
and Navy Veterans of
Placer County who served
their country proudly in
The Vietnam Conflict.
1961 – 1973
Lance Corporal Bruce Wayne Brace – Marines Specialist 5 Danny Kaye Rich – Army Sergeant Jack Marston Harris – Army Major James Ervin Booth – Air Force Gunnery Sgt John Vinson OConner – Marines Hospitalman Leslie William Royal III – Navy Private First Class Mariano R. Negranza, Jr. . . . — Map (db m37142) HM|
|California (Plumas County), Chester — Chester Veterans Memorial Plaza Dedicated May 26, 2008|
|This marker is made up of three individual markers, one each for the Korean War, World War II and the Vietnam War.
In memory of Plumas County
Korean War Verterans who gave
their lives in the “Forgotten War”
They may have wader ashore at Inchon, or fought on Heartbreak Ridge, Pork Chop Hill, or in many other battles of the war. The were greatly outnumbered, yet they fought on, and they fought bravely.
To us, they will never be forgotten.
Dedicated May 31, 2004 . . . — Map (db m66123) WM|
|California (Plumas County), Portola — Plumas County Honor Roll World War Two and Korea and Vietnam|
|Two memorial panels have been placed in front of the Veteran's Memorial Hall in Portola
Daniel Herrmann Lee Johnson Palmer Johnson Fred R. Kabkee O. Jean Kampschmidt Kelly E. Kimes Howard King Don H. Lancaster James E. Locke Raymond R. Martinez Watt T. Maxwell Earl R. McShane Robert P. McTwigan Elliott Orr Robert C. Parrott Jess R. Pierce Francis W. Pulliam Leon M. Pumphrey Lester E. Pyle John M. Richardson Eugene E. Rickard Robert Ross . . . — Map (db m66183) WM|
|California (Plumas County), Quincy — Plumas County Veterans Memorial|
| (Panel on the left)
On behalf of the grateful people of Plumas County, this memorial is dedicated to all our veterans and those whose names are engraved on these tablets, who made the ultimate sacrifice for us all.
Dedicated May 29, 2006
(Panel on the right)
... that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom and that this government of the people, by the people and for the people . . . — Map (db m66185) HM|
|California (Riverside County), Riverside — National POW MIA Memorial|
|We honor here the sacrifice of hundreds of thousands of Americans held prisoner of war, and those still listed as Missing In Action since the time of the American Revolution. Some died from disease and starvation, some perished in death marches, some were tortured, and some were lost, gone forever from their families. All were deprived of their liberties so that you may enjoy yours.
This Monument Declared as
Prisoner of War
Missing in Action
by President . . . — Map (db m54380) WM|
|California (Sacramento County), Mather — F-105G “Wild Weasel”|
|Wing Span 34 ft. 11 inches
Length 67 ft.
Height 20 ft.
Speed 831 MPH
Cruising 596 MPH
Weight 11 Tons
First aircraft retrofitted to destroy surface-to-air missles in North Vietnam. The valiant airmen who flew these dangerous missions typified the courage of the Vietnam Veteran. In honor of those who served, we dedicate this memorial 24 May 2000. — Map (db m888) HM|
|California (Sacramento County), Sacramento — McClellan Air Force Base|
With war clouds gathering over the Pacific, in 1936 Congress authorized the construction of the Sacramento Air Depot. The Army Air Corp envisioned that the new depot would support operations on the West Coast, as well as provide a staging area for aircraft and material bound for the Pacific.
Built under the supervision of the Army Quartermaster Corps, construction of the Sacramento Air Depot began in late 1936. The depot took shape rapidly, and the . . . — Map (db m57199) WM|
|California (Sacramento County), Sacramento — MIA / POW|
|In their honor and memory — Map (db m52747) HM|
|California (Sacramento County), Sacramento — U.S.S. Sacramento – 1964 [AOE-1]|
|Constructed during the early years of the Vietnam War, she was commissioned as a “Combat Supply and Auxiliary Support Ship” (AEO-1). At 793 and 53,000 tons, she is by far the largest ship in the U.S. Fleet to be named ”Sacramento.” With a crew of 600, she has been assigned to the Seventh Fleet and awarded fifteen Battle Stars. She has been dubbed a floating supermarket, holding in a single load eight million gallons of fuel, 1600 tons of ammunition, 250 tons . . . — Map (db m72896) WM|
|California (San Benito County), Paicines — Raymond F. Eade|
Raymond F. Eade
Sgt. HHC 8th Inf 4th Div
Bronze Star Medal - Purple Heart
Aug. 15, 1947 – March 24, 1969
(A second, smaller plaque mounted under the main marker):
Raymond: a native of this valley. He worked as a cowboy for the cattleman around this area. He was loved and respected by all who knew him.
Others who served in Vietnam
John Eade, Darrell Chambers, Jess Chambers, Chris Schmidt, Ralph Lausten — Map (db m63912) WM|
|California (San Bernardino County), Barstow — Christiansen Memorial Plaza "You Are Not Forgotten"|
Dedicated in honor of
Barstow-Kennedy High School student,
Eugene F. Christiansen – US Army
Born February 16, 1949
M.I.A. February 6, 1969
Republic of Viet Nam
Barstow, California – 1990 — Map (db m50539) HM|
|California (San Bernardino County), Victorville — Old Town Victorville Veterans Memorial City of Victorville|
That smile, that twinkle or tear in your eye,
when you were growing up on the streets,
the grocery stores, the soda fountains, pharmacies and shops;
When you attended our elementary schools
and Victor Valley Highs School;
when war or conflict came, our nation called
on you and you responded;
when you came home on leave, proudly
wearing your uniform
when you where . . . — Map (db m63923) WM|
|California (San Francisco City and County), San Francisco — San Francisco Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|In Honor and Remembrance of San Franciscans Who Served Our Country and Died in the Vietnam War
Eddy Achica Felizardo Cuenca Aguillaon Albert Kaiwi Akamu Daniel Albert Alegke John Moses Ananian Gregory Alfred Antunano Joseph Gregory Artavia Tony Anderson Baker Carlos A. Baldizon-Izquirrdo Gary Alan Banglos Charles Wesley Barrett Michael M. Bartholomew Samuel Wayne Bell Boris Roman Benjamin Bentley Michael Linn Bianchini Martin George Blakey Richard McAuliffe . . . — Map (db m71805) WM|
|California (San Joaquin County), Stockton — Stockton Vietnam War Memorial|
| This monument represents in a small way our appreciation of the contributions to freedom which brave men are called upon to make.
In recognition of their sacrifice, we reaffirm our community to the goals and ideals which they sought.
In memory of those Stockton men who have died fighting with the Allied Forces in Vietnam.
Daniel Acosta ∙ Donald Armstrong ∙ James Chase Balbirnie ∙ Brian John Bennett ∙ Douglas A. Bennett ∙ . . . — Map (db m23999) HM|
|California (San Mateo County), Redwood City — Redwood City War Memorial|
|World War 11
Corporal James Lindsay Wilson
V.F.W. Post No. 2310
to the following Redwood City men
who gave their lives in World War II
1941 – 1945
Raymond J. Barra Russell V. Braca Everett F. Bottena Robert L. Carrenter Franck L. Cary Leon F. Dahl Stanley W. Dodge Julian Duncray Charles H. Farry Joseph R. Fox Charles E. Fuller Robert W. Furnas James G. Gallegher Angelo D. Golly Joseph N. Gonzalea Lawrence N. Green Hubert G. . . . — Map (db m62846) WM|
|California (San Mateo County), San Carlos — City of San Carlos Veterans Memorial|
|Dedicated to the lasting memory of those from the City of San Carlos and San Carlos High School who gave their lives while serving with the Armed Forces of the United States of America during the Vietnam War and in the Persian Gulf.
They fought and died far from home for the freedom of others. We remember their courage, devotion and sacrifice – They will be with us always. They are named in the order they were
taken from us.
David J. Carnevale, Preston L. Snyder, Dana R. . . . — Map (db m18337) WM|
|California (San Mateo County), San Mateo — Central Park Veterans Memorial - Screaming Eagles Grove|
| In honor of San Mateos adopted sons of the 101st. Airborne Division and native sons and daughters who served proudly in Vietnam and the Persian Gulf. — Map (db m29184) WM|
|California (Santa Barbara County), Vandenberg AFB — USAF Medal of Honor Recipients|
|In memory of
USAF Medal of Honor Recipients
World War I
2d Lt. Erwin R. Bleckley - Oct. 6, 1918, Binarville, France
2d Lt. Harold E. Goettler - Oct. 6, 1918, Binarville, France
2d Lt. Frank Luke, Jr. - Sept. 29, 1918, Murvaux, France
Capt. Edward V. Rickenbacker - Sept. 25, 1918, Billy, France
World War II
Lt. Col. Addison E. Baker - Aug. 1, 1943, Ploesti, Romania
Maj. Richard I. Bong - Oct. 10-Nov. 15, 1944, Southwest Pacific
Maj. Horace S. Carswell, Jr. . . . — Map (db m50514) HM|
|California (Santa Clara County), San Jose — The Freedom Tree|
|With a vision of universal freedom
for all mankind
this tree is dedicated to
Lt. Col. Gordon L. Page
Prisoners of War
Missing in Action — Map (db m52656) HM|
|California (Solano County), Benicia — Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet The Fleet|
|Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet is part of the National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF), owned and operated by U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration (MARAD). Established by the Merchant Ship Act of 1946, NDRF serves as a reserve which could be activated to meet shipping requirements during national emergencies. During World War II, over 3000 commercial type ships were built by the Maritime Commission to support the Allied war effort. After the war, those ships that could not be . . . — Map (db m10794) HM|
|California (Solano County), Benicia — World War I Memorial|
Edmund Rudolf Anderson
Karl H. Dauber
Walter E. Erickson
James John Pometta
David Allen Richie
Who gave their lives in the World War — Map (db m16354) WM|
|California (Stanislaus County), Ceres — Ceres War Memorial|
|Remember those who
The Living – The Dead
The POW – The MIA
They Will Not Be Forgotten.
Dedicated November 11. 1989
Founder Glen R. Perales Vietnam Vet
Sterling Pack H. Barker Harold Johnson Oscar Snover Cecil Thompson Edgar Annear
Tillson Barrows Paul Hickey John Boyd Dale Swift + Walter F. Perra Richard T. Everts Poney L. Amant + Fred E. Koepky Stan E. Stevens Jerold . . . — Map (db m19462) WM|
|California (Stanislaus County), Modesto — Modesto War Memorial|
This silent tribute to the fallen heros
of Stanislaus County who gave their
lives for family and country that
Freedom and Peace may endure.
They bravely fought not for fame or
glory but for Liberty and Right.
We treasure their memory and honor their
deeds for they belong to us for eternity.
Their names shall not be forgotten.
WORLD WAR I
Herbert H Adams Edgar H Annear H Barker Lenne E Bean Guy W Boardman Arthur W . . . — Map (db m19482) WM|
|California (Sutter County), Yuba City — Sutter County Veterans Memorial|
Entrance to the Memorial
We as a community have committed ourselves to honor our Veterans, the living and the dead,
We must embrace the fact that we are the benefactors of their sacrifices. We must also remember to honor the Veterans who gave their ultimate sacrifice – their lives! Their names must not be lost nor forgotten.
Our community has the responsibility to cherish their sacrifice to us – Their Gift – ensuring our Freedom. For every . . . — Map (db m64329) WM|
|California (Yolo County), West Sacramento — Veterans Plaza|
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 1898
The Spanish-American War was a turning point in American history. It marked the first time that we sent troops overseas to defend freedom. Whether at San Juan Hill or Manila Bay, these founders of the VFW distinguished themselves heroically.
We Pause to Remember
VFW Post #8762
WORLD WAR I 1917 - 1918
America's veterans rose to the challenge of the first world war with courage and dedication. In doing so, they won . . . — Map (db m15707) WM|
|California (Yolo County), Woodland — Yolo County War Memorial|
| "From these honored dead, we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave their last full measure of devotion, that we highly resolve that the dead shall not have died in vain."
World War I
Virgil W. Agard Charles V. Alford Harry Bauer W. H. Bellows Thurston R. Chamberlain Edward C. Delray Claude J. Dince Percy C. Eugene Oliver O. Grayson Roy Hamilton Christ Hegelan Frank J. Hermle Joseph D. Holman Charles D. Hunt Harry . . . — Map (db m57595) WM|
|California (Yuba County), Marysville — Yuba County Veterans Memorial|
|We as a community have committed ourselves to honor our Veterans
the living and the dead.
We must embrace the fact that we are the benefactors of their sacrifices. We must also remember to honor the Veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice – their lives! Their names must not be lost nor forgotten.
Our community has the responsibility to cherish their sacrifice to us – Their Gift ensuring our Freedom. For every thing we do and every thing we have we owe to them.
Have . . . — Map (db m40196) WM|
|Colorado (Adams County), Aurora — Colorado Freedom Memorial|
"It is for us the living, rather, to
be dedicated here...
to the great task remaining
that from these honored dead we
take increased devotion to that
cause for which they gave the last
full measure of devotion, that we
here highly resolve that these dead
shall not have died in vain."
Abraham Lincoln — Map (db m75613) WM|
|Colorado (El Paso County), Colorado Springs — B-52D Stratofortress "Diamond Lil" 1957 - 1983|
|Dedicated to the men and women of the
Strategic Air Command who flew and maintained
the B-52D throughout its 26-year history in the
command. Aircraft 55-083, with over 15,000 flying
hours, is one of two B-52Ds credited with a
confirmed MIG kill during the Vietnam Conflict.
Flying out of U-Tapao Royal Thai Naval Airfield in
Southern Thailand, the crew of “Diamond Lil” shot
down a MIG northeast of Hanoi during
“Linebacker II” action on Christmas Eve, 1972. — Map (db m43208) HM|
|Colorado (Las Animas County), Trinidad — Viet-Nam War Memorial July 4,1965 March 28,1973|
|Marker Front:Dedicated to those who gave the supreme sacrifice
Benjamin J. Belarde, USA Gary V. Orsland, USMC Roger A. Blatnick Isamel B. Armanda, USMC Peter V. Metas, USA Bennie Romero, USA Felidephio B. Gomez, USMC Anthony B. Roybal, USA Henry E. Casias, USA
To the men who served & suffered on the battlefields of Viet-Nam and on the streets of America.
A list of Viet-Nam War veterans's names is engraved . . . — Map (db m62861) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Danbury — Danbury Area Vietnam War Memorial|
|1964 Vietnam War 1975
Dedicated this 29th day of May 1988 by the people of the greated Danbury area to those men and women who served their country during the Vietnam War.
This memorial symbolizes the courage and sacrifices made by individuals as well as the humanity and compassion shown towards the people, and in particular, the children of the Republic of Vietnam.
Harold F. Gentile, Cpl, USA KIA 6/24/68
Gary C. Griswold, PFC, USMC KIA 10/14/67
William B. Mitchell, PFC, . . . — Map (db m43312) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Danbury — Danbury Veterans Monument|
|Center Marker:In Honor of
The Men and Women
who served in the World War
1917 – 1919
In Memory of these men who
made the supreme sacrifice
Toby Asmar Co. M. 325th Infantry Killed In Action October 11, 1918
Martin J. Brennan Headquarters Co. 138th Field Artillery Died in France October 26, 1918
George A. Byrnes Merchant Marine Service Died at Brookline, Mass. September 21, 1918
Joseph T. . . . — Map (db m23084) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Darien — Darien Korean War and Vietnam War Memorial|
| (left plaque)
(1950 – 1953)
George R. Broadhurst James A. Dooley, Jr. Eugene Murphy Julius C. Nacci Robert J. Perkinson
(1959 – 1975)
Alan L. Diedricksen John B. Giesen, Jr. James S. McArthur David I. Mixter William R. Patience, Jr. John B. Sherman
in the Service
Them. — Map (db m80259) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Fairfield — Fairfield Honor Roll|
| . . . — Map (db m27370) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Fairfield — Fairfield Sons Memorial|
|In Grateful Loving Memory
Who Have Laid Down Their Lives
For Our Country
World War I
World War II
Dedicated Nov. 11, 1988
Southport, Conn. — Map (db m27151) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Fairfield — Fairfield Vietnam War Memorial|
|This Memorial is hereby dedicated
to the men and women who
honorably served in the Armed Forces
of the United States of America
during the Vietnam War
December 22, 1961 – May 7, 1975
May their sacrifices for human
rights never be forgotten — Map (db m27229) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Greenwich — Greenwich Veterans Monument|
|In Reverent Memory
Of Those Men From The
Town of Greenwich
Who Made The
World War II Korea
[ flagpole base in front ]
World War II
Adams, John P. Jr. Anderson, Leslie B. Arthur, Chester H. Aten, Courtenay N. Jr. Attwell, Adrian G. Jr. Austin, Frederick S. Bacha, John Backus, Alpheus P. Badger, Paul B. Jr. Balcerak, Henry F. Balco, Anthony J. Balin, Edward L. Barker, John H. Bartolo, Anthony J. Becherer, Harry P. . . . — Map (db m38425) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Monroe — PFC John K. Goett|
| Dedicated To
PFC John K. Goett
Who Gave His Life
And All Those From
Monroe Who Served
During the Vietnam conflict
From 1964 – 1973
Dedicated Nov. 11, 1984 — Map (db m26092) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), New Fairfield — New Fairfield Veterans Memorial|
| They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn them.
French & Indian War Samuel Fairchild Militia K.I.A. Aug. 4, 1759 Burmell Barnum Militia K.I.A. Aug. 4, 1761 Civil War Frederick C. Barnum Cpl. U.S. Army K.I.A. June 22, 1863 Augustus E. Bronson U.S. Army K.I.A. June 1, 1864 Edward Griffin Pvt. U.S. Army K.I.A. July 5, 1863 William B. Leach U.S. Army K.I.A. June 19, 1864 Henry H. Hyatt U.S. Army K.I.A. June 22, 1864 Homer B. Barnum . . . — Map (db m23063) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Ridgefield — Ridgefield Veterans Memorial|
|Center Panel: Honor Roll
World War II and Korean War Action
“Into the Mosaic of Victory, These Priceless Jewels Were Set”
In Supreme Sacrifice
World War II
Bell, William P.
Birarelli, James J.
Blume, Robert N.
Cogswell, Charles G.
Hall, William H.
Nelson, John E.
Polverari, Geno J.
Schere, Meinhard H.
Ward, Thomas A.
Vance, Lee P.
“I do . . . — Map (db m23875) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Shelton — Shelton Veterans Monument|
| A Victory Denied
Vietnam War 1961 – 1975
The Forgotten War
1950 – 1953
Freedom Is Not Free
World War II
1941 – 1945
The War To End All Wars
World War I
1917 – 1918
[ Names inscribed on the back ]
World War I
Charles W. Sutter USA Thomas Arena USA Joseph Bernabeo USA Chester A. Burke USMC John Dudginsky USA Edward Gardner USA William R. Dunn USA John McKay USA . . . — Map (db m25613) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Sherman — Sherman Veterans Memorial|
| [ center tablet ]
1941 World War II 1946
Alfredson, Arvid R. Alfredson, John P. Amazeen, Bradford E. Anderson, Henry B., Jr. Barton, John E. Bauman, Herman Beaumont, John F. Biro, Louis Blantin, Robert B. Bloch, Werner W. Bray, William J. Brendel, Paul R. Brengel, Rita Houlberg Burnett, William R. Byrne, George J. Cass, Joseph B., Jr. Castro, Edward Chamberlain, Arthur C. Christianson, Leif Cook, Charles W. Cordes, Raymond C. Crocco, Joseph . . . — Map (db m24435) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Stratford — Stratford Vietnam Memorial|
“That these dead shall not have died in vain, that this nation, under God shall have a new birth of freedom and that this government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.” A. Lincoln
God Duty Honor Country
Lerner, Irwin S. Major Born Oct. 17, 1941 MIA Dec 20, 1972 Interred Jan. 16, 2004
Bowe, Thomas J. Sp-4 July 14, 1947 – Mar. 8, 1969
Harris, . . . — Map (db m25771) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Trumbull — Trumbull Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park|
| Vietnam War
The Trumbull Beautification Commission
Dedicates This Park As A Living Memorial To The Men And Women
Of Trumbull Who Served Their Country During The Vietnam War.
“Your Sacrifice Is Not Forgotten”. — Map (db m26081) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Weston — Weston Vietnam War & Persian Gulf War Monument|
Vietnam Era Veterans 1963 – 1974
V Christopher O"Brien Ashe Dana Graham Brayton Timothy Gustav Bucky William Charles Cable John Walter Carpenter John Paul Coniglio V Peter Alan Cote V Arthur Thomas Curren, Jr. Katherine Nadith Dannerman Bruno Ivo-Elio De Luca Giuliano De Luca To Todd De Van V Sidney Allan Dudash John Albert Erisman V Peter Jerry Falla Robert Leslie Ficks III Frank Kenneth Fitch, Jr. Mark Lauren Flinton V . . . — Map (db m30815) WM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Westport — Westport Vietnam War Monument|
|1959 Vietnam 1975
To Commemorate The Honorable Service In
Southeast Asia, In The Face Of Uncommon
Of The Menand Women Of
Westport Who Answered Our Country's Call.
Killed In Action
Timothy M. Barmmer USMC Michael B. Paquin USA Frederick M. Rader III USAF Stephen A. Shortall USA Francis A. Walsh, Jr. USAF — Map (db m30797) HM|
|Connecticut (Fairfield County), Wilton — Wilton Veterans Memorial|
|Wilton Veterans Memorial
Those who served
Revolutionary War 1775 – 1784
War of 1812 1812 – 1814
Mexican War 1846 – 1848
Civil War 1861 1865
Spanish – American War 1989 – 1902
World War I 1917 – 1918
World War II 1941 – 1946
Korean Conflict 1950 – 1955
Vietnam War 1964 – 1973
Dedicated Memorial Day 1988
The American Legion
James B. Whipple Post 86
Rotary Club of . . . — Map (db m32254) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Avon — Avon Veterans Monument|
| [ center panel ]
"No Greater Gift"
Beman, Job Booth, Austin C Brewer, Gilbert F Buckley, Frederick O Calkins, Obed H Clark, Henry W Evans, Henry D Evans, Newton J Fra, John M Hawley, Robert A Hurd, Btron W McArthur, Henry Parsons, Norton D Porter, Henry C Rice, Eli Rogers, Chauncey Rogers, William H Opson, Charles Willard, James S Willard, John L Woodford, Edgar M Woodford, Sheldon . . . — Map (db m33168) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Berlin — Berlin Veterans Monument|
Erected By The Town Of Berlin
In Honor Of
Her Patriotic Men And Women
Who Served Their Country
In Time Of War
For The Dead – A Tribute
For The Living – A Memory
For Posterity – An Emblem Of Loyalty
To The Flag Of Their Country
[ back ]
1914 – 1918
[ back ]
[ back ]
1861 – 1865
[ stone in front ]
Operation Desert Storm
Jan 17 . . . — Map (db m47327) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Bristol — Bristol Vietnam Conflict Monument|
| [ front ]
In Memory Of
Those Who Made The
[ back ]
Made The Supreme Sacrifice
Pelletier, Lawrence Joseph Wade, Melvin A. Levesque, Roland Philip Thibeault, Gilbert Jacob, Robert Michael Nestico, Philip Frank Ryder, Aldo Eugene Emond, David Bruce Canfield, Matthew Ma, Jr. Ouellette, David Dennis Dubiel, Peter Philip Paparello, Joseph J. Gaidis, Alfred James Christiansen, Edward J. Blanchard, Thomas J. Beveridge, Douglas J. . . . — Map (db m33465) HM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Burlington — Burlington WW II – Korean War – Vietnam War Monument|
| [ east side ]
The Veterans Of
Who Served In The
Armed Forces And
Died For Our Freedom
[ left plaque ]
World War II
Alderman, Ernest E. Alderman, Leonard R. Backes, Joseph W. 3rd Battistoni, Alnin H. Bendza, John W. Benson, John H. Bierut, Adolph J. Bierut, Edward J. Blanchette, Ligourie J. Bryck, Felix A. Bunn, Robert L. Burningham, Elaine Douyard Cayer, Lionel A. Cayer, Maurice L. Ceder, David M. Charette, . . . — Map (db m33230) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Granby — Veteran's Monument|
| North Side For God and Country Post 182 1985 West Side World War II 1941-1946 Gladwin E Allshouse Russell F. Cable Richard J. Creighton, Jr. Edward P Dombkowski Ernest D. Evleth Clifford C. Ferriss, Jr. John C. Kupruck Alexander. C. Macintosh John K. Miller Glenn Shattuck Edward J. Stulpin East Side Korea 1950-1954 "By the Grace of God they were spared" South Side Vietnam 1964-1975 Robert E. Bridges James A. Burns Thomas A. Fritzer, Jr. Michael . . . — Map (db m56097) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Hartford — Hartford Vietnam War Memorial|
1959 – 1975
Men and women
David P Speath Thomas M Neal Allan P Firmneck Roberto Ramos Anthony J Spirito Jr Angel L Diaz Jimmy L Langston Daryl L English Gary L Lewis Stephen S Strycharz Jr Crosley J Fitton Jr David K Hight George G Lescarbeau William I Dolan James C Strano Edward J Bishop Jr Dominic Sedgwick Donald R Saegaert Clifford L Byrd Eugene L . . . — Map (db m74021) HM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), New Britain — New Britain Veterans Memorial|
| [ center stone ]
Dedicated To The Men And Women Who
Served Their Country In Time Of War
Abramczyk, Stanley E. U.S.A. Abramowicz, Julius M. U.S.A. Anderson, Norman J. U.S.A. Anderson, Verner E. U.S.A. Anisko, John C. U.S.A. Apisso, Joseph P. U.S.A. Ara, Joseph F. U.S.N. Arsenault, Roger N. U.S.M.C. Azvedo, Samuel T. U.S.A. Badolato, John N. U.S.A. Baehr, Richard E. U.S.A. Balcer, Frank J. U.S.A. Balinskas, Raymond J. U.S.A. Barnofski, Henry U.S.A. . . . — Map (db m41471) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), New Britain — New Britain Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|In Memory Of The
From New Britain
Who Lost Their Lives
Pedro O. Cancel PFC. Richard E. Chabot L/Cpl Richard W. Roy Sp4
Michael Smith L/Cpl Paul Thorik Jr. Cpl Stanley J. Ciesielski Sp4 Francisco Gregory L/Cpl Richard Gilbreath HN3 Richard D. Lemay Maj Walter E. Bentley Cpl John D. Whorf Spec 4 Joseph E. Lavigne PFC John M. Grasso Jr. L/Cpl Robert L. Mlynarski 2nd/Lt Thomas S. Richards L/Cpl Richard R. Stolarun L/Cpl Daniel . . . — Map (db m41600) HM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), New Britain — VFW Post 511 Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
To New Britain's Sons
Who Lost Their
Lives In Vietnam
Pedro Cancel PFC. Richard E. Chabot L/Cpl Richard W. Roy Sp4
Michael Smith L/Cpl Paul Thorik Jr. Cpl Stanley J. Ciesielski Sp4 Francisco Gregory L/Cpl Richard Gilbreath HN3 John Grasso Jr. L/Cpl Robert L. Mlynarski 2nd/Lt Thomas S. Richards L/Cpl Richard R. Stolarun L/Cpl Daniel Varela PFC Lawrence Pelletier PFC Lawrence Remuth PFC Richard C. Tessman SA — Map (db m41601) HM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Newington — Newington Veterans Memorial|
|Our Newington Veterans
Presented by the Kiwanis Club
Of Newington and Caring Community
World War I
Howard G. Davis Frank A. Stotzer Clifford E. May
World War II
Russell Ahlgren Merrill Atwell Jr. Roger E. Atwood Frank E. Benson Jr. William H. Bolles Malcolm Carlson Hilton W. Couser Charles Dziob Hillary Grabowski Thomas H. Kane John J. Kornak Julian Rudek Howard P. Ryder Francis Tracy Herbert Wunsch . . . — Map (db m46043) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Plainville — Plainville Korean War – Vietnam War Monument|
In Honor Of The
Men And Women Of
This Community Who
Server Their Country
In Korea And Vietnam
1984 — Map (db m32899) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Southington — Southington World War II|
Memory Of The
Men And Women
Of The Town Of
World War II
[ small plaque ]
World War II
Adams, Joseph W. Andrews, John H. Borak, Edward Bussett, Alfred H. Jr. Casale, Robert J. Domalewski, Joseph J. Kane, Robert A. Jr. Mihalko, Frank J. Mongillo, Peter C. Poirier, John A. Sokolowski, Carl J. Turek, Franklyn A. Jankovich, Alexander . . . — Map (db m54724) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), Unionville — Unionville Veterans Monument|
| . . . — Map (db m33172) WM|
|Connecticut (Hartford County), West Hartford — Connecticut Veterans Memorial West Hartford|
|Connecticut Veterans Memorial West Hartford
The Connecticut Veterans Memorial was commisioned by the Town Council of West Hartford in June 2001. This memorial honors West Hartford men and women who gave their lives during war.
The black granite Wall of Peace is engraved with the names of local fallen heroes. The spiraling Wall of Peace is broken each time the United States entered war.
The Walk of Remembrance, encircling the Wall of Peace, contains the names of men and women from across . . . — Map (db m53159) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Barkhamsted — Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial|
| [ north side ]
People Of Barkhamsted
Memory Of Her Sons
Who Fought To
Establish Defend And Preserve
[ lower plaque ]
World War II
Jespersen, Donald Jones, Edward E. Kaiser, Herbert J. Kelly, Harold M. Lauff, John Lavender, Charles Lavieri, Carmine E. Lavieri, Carmine R. LeGeyt, Charles H. Jr. LeGeyt, Henry A. Lemioux, Edgar Lemioux, Girard . . . — Map (db m29847) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Bethlehem — Bethlehem Vietnam War Memorial|
|Roll of Honor
Dedicated to the young men and women of this community
who by their patriotism and loyalty served God and country
during the Vietnam War, December 22, 1961 – May 7, 1975
Adams, Glen R. Albert, J. Rodney Banks, Arthur Banks, Stewart W. Beardsley, Scott H. Benjamin, John D. Bennett, Dwight C. Bock, Charles L. Bouffard, Bonita J. Boulanger, Raymond A., Jr. Boulanger, Roy L. Box, Ronald W. Box, Thomas E. Brown, Raymond W. Brutting, Walter . . . — Map (db m27719) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Bridgewater — Bridgewater Veterans|
Daniel B. Bianchi, WWII Peter Blicher, Jr.,WWII Martin Carlson, Korean James T. Cuddy, Korean William J. Cuddy, Korean George S. DeVoe, WWII Richard J. Flaig, WWII Edward L. Gale, WWII Murray D. Jackson, WWII Gregory D. Johnson, Vietnam Betty s. LeMien. Korean David S. Loveless, WWII John Makara, WWII Martin J. Morrissey, WWII Lynn Reed Patrick, Jr., Vietnam Vincent Pellegino, WWII Stanley Percy, . . . — Map (db m20260) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Cornwall — Cornwall Korea – Vietnam Veterans Monument|
| [ left plaque ]
June 27, 1950 – January 31, 1955
Bailey, Harold L. Jr. Blakey, James Cavanaugh, Harold F. Chamberlain, Paul H. Jr. Cobleigh, Doris Cobleigh, Herbert Frost, Atec C. Frost, John A. Frost, Peter F. Gomez, Robert C. Groop, Andrew Jr. Haller, Gustav Jr. Hotchkiss, John C. Kling, Frederick W. Kling, John H. Martin, Waldo Masante, Olivio McClenahan, Richard L. Jr. Odell, Robert C. Potter, Robert R. Jr. Power, Paul . . . — Map (db m41826) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Falls Village — Falls Village Veterans Monument|
| [ stone on left ]
Dedicated to The Honor
Of Those of Our Town
Who Served and Sacrificed
In Love of Our Country
[ bronze plaque ]
World War I
Alfred C. Abbe Harry Beebe Harry S. Blake Alfred J. Brown Carroll W. Burkett Louis Conti * Howard B. Egleston Alice Goodwin Frederick C. Howe James Perry Nicholas L. Rogers Clarence E. Sanford Andreo Sondrini Antonio Turra
World War II
Aldo Alquesta Robert G. Alquesta Carroll Bailey James . . . — Map (db m41851) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Goshen — Goshen Korean War and Vietnam War Monument|
The Men And Women Of Goshen Who Served Their
Country During The Korean War And Vietnam Eras
Almstedt Joseph Angelovich John A. Anstett Gerald L. Anstett Richard W. Barker Frederic T. Barrett John J. Benedict Gordon Bligh Frank J. Bosley Richard G. Breakell David C. Breakell Robert L. Breakell William R. Jr. Caldwell Leonard A. IV Chevalier Leonard C. Clarke Charles E. Clarke Robert G. Clayton Harold K. Clayton William H. Jr. Colby George D. . . . — Map (db m30235) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Harwinton — Harwinton Veterans Memorial|
|Dedicated To Those Who Served Our Country
World War I
Balch, Walter Casson, Walter Delay, Edmond Hamm, Michael Sr. Hooper, Frederick J. Pregna, Joseph Pregna, William Reynolds, Alfred H. Weingart, Fred
World War II
Arnold, Francis T. Arnold, Henry D. Arnold, John R. Arnold, William Arsego, Angelo Banziruk, Daniel Banziruk, Harry Banziruk, John N. Barber, Charles Barber, Henry A. Barella, Ernest Baroff, Harrison Basile, Daniel Basile, . . . — Map (db m29789) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Kent — Kent Veterans Monument|
|To Honor All Kent Veterans Who Defended
Our Country During Peace And War
Ackerman John Andrews Thomas Lester Andrews, III Orville A. Bartlett George H. Bartlett Henry M. Bartlett Rod Becker Frank Bertine Arthur Byrnes Thomas M. Carlson Robert Chase Vernon Davis Charles R. Gereg Stuart F. Gereg, Jr Albert F. Gleason Donald Gustafson Clifford C. Howland Arthur H. Howland Sidney Jones David Katan Earl R. Kilson Charles Kilson Earl A. . . . — Map (db m41087) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Litchfield — Litchfield Vietnam War Monument|
|In Honor Of Those From Litchfield
Who Served In Vietnam War 1964 – 1975
George J. Acerbi Lawrence Adkins Ross B. Adkins Elizabeth H. Allcroft Jack R. Anglevich Will E. Anglevich Truman R. Archer David L. Arnold George C. Banks, Jr. Frederick J. Bartholomew James M. Bartholomew Dennis R. Bastianello Louis M. Battistoni Dana L. Beach James P. Benedict Stanley M. Bennett David F. Bialoglowy Richard H. Bialoglowy Albert H. Bisaillon, Jr. David F. . . . — Map (db m28574) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Norfolk — Norfolk Veterans Monument|
| [ left plaque ]
Anstett, John W. Barbour, Frederick S. Bazzano, John C. Beecher, Casil W., Jr. Bennett, James A. Blatz, William A. Bruey, Lyle D. Capocefalo, John A., Jr. Colwell, Leo F. Cook, Eleanor R. Cook, Robert M. Curtiss, Francis J. Curtiss, James E. Curtiss, Thomas P. Driscoll, Charles E. Dutcher, Maurice A. Fredenburg, David R. Giansiracusa, Anthony C. Hotchkiss, Jessie A. Hunt, Johnston L. Hurd, John P. . . . — Map (db m30015) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), North Canaan — North Canaan Korean - World War II – Vietnam Veterans Monument|
| [ left plaque ]
North Canaan Honor Roll
Korean Conflict June 27, 1950 to July 27, 1954
Amphlett James Bechetti Frank Baldesseri Remo J Baldwin Lester Ball Bert J 3rd Bartlett Gerald L Bathrick Richard G Beaujon Leroy Y Beaujon Ross A Beligni Aldo P Boibeaux Louis A Bonetti Joseph D Broggi Dominic V Brown Abraham M Cairns Thomas J Carley Henry G Carlson Elihu J Casey Robert W Cheseboro Leon F Christinat Edward F Condon Eben K Consolini . . . — Map (db m42039) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Oakville — Oakville World War II Memorial|
| . . . — Map (db m19227) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Roxbury — Brian E. Tierney Preserve Roxbury Land Trust|
|This Land Has Been Given To
The Roxbury Land Trust
In Memory Of
Sp4 Brian E. Tierney
Who Gave His Life At Age Nineteen
In Loyal Service To His Country In Vietnam.
He Was Awarded The Distinguished Service Cross
For Extraordinary Heroism In Action On
May 21, 1968 — Map (db m82662) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Salisbury — Salisbury Veterans Monument|
|Honoring The Men and Women
Of Salisbury Conn
Who Served Their Country
During Past Wars
[ left plaque ]
World War I
Harry Ablahadian Paul H. Andrews Chester Atkins Marvin L. Atkins George Ball William F. Bannahan William J. Barden John S. Barss George E. Barton John G. Bartram Cero B. Beers George R. Belcher John B. Bozzoli Orville P. Bradley Cornelius Brazee John Brighenty Henry W. Brink Irving B. Bryant Martin H. Buckbee Reginald G. . . . — Map (db m42099) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Terryville — Plymouth Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
1961 – 1975
Six Men Gave Their Lives
Dunn, Richard E. Esten, John E. Manarel, Charles R. Mclellan, Arthur C. Micloskey, Ken E. Mitchell, Robert W.
Acker, Robert E. Albert, Paul A. Albright, Barry L. Alexander, David J., Jr. Alexander John H. Allen, John W. Atwood, Albert W., Jr. Avery, Dean S. Barry, Gary F. Barry, Steven J. Beachert, Evelyn S. Beaulieu, Daniel J. Beaulieu, David L. Becker, Charles P. Bednaz, Edward M. Beeman, . . . — Map (db m77669) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Thomaston — Thomaston Veterans Monument|
|Town Of Thomaston
Dedicated In Honor
Of Those Who Served
[ far left tablet ]
Wars And Conflicts
Braucci, Andrew D. Vietnam Dipesa, John A. Persian Gulf Duffany, Lawrence F. Vietnam Grabherr, Edward T. Vietnam Knox, Howard G. Vietnam Laplante, Dennis J. Vietnam Perreault, Roger D. Vietnam Wascavage, E.J. Korea Weeks, Walter M. Korea
[ left tablet ]
Anderson, John H. Atwood, John F. Barber, John . . . — Map (db m28575) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Torrington — Torrington Vietnam Monument|
| Dedicated To The Men And
Women Of Torrington Who
Honorably Served Their Country
During The Vietnam Era, 1964
To May 1975. Particularly Those
Who Served In Vietnam And
Especially Those Who Died
There. — Map (db m30103) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Washington Depot — Washington Veterans Monument|
| [ top plaque ]
The Citizens Of Washington Have Not Forgotten – In Honor
And Grateful Memory Of The Veterans Of The Community
Who Served In The Armed Forces Of The United States:
For The Cause Of Liberty
[ left plaque ]
1950 – 1955
Anderson, Arnold A. Borger, Norman A. Borger, Richard H. Brooks, Donald J. Bushman, Anthony P. Calhoun, Noble S. Carlson, Martin Luther Chatfield, T. R. Jr. Cheney, Charles M. Cheney, Gerald F. . . . — Map (db m29322) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Watertown — Watertown Killed in Action Memorial|
Killed in Action
1950 Korea 1955
1964 Vietnam 1973
Argenta, Allen C. Childs, Christopher J. Greenwell, Joseph E. Palmer, Douglas T. — Map (db m19664) WM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Winsted — M110A2 Howitzer S/P|
|M110A2 Howitzer S/P
Self Propelled Cannon
203mm, 8 Inch Gun
Max Rage: 22,900 Meters
Rate Of Fire: 1 Rnd. Every 2 Mim.
Powered By: Detroit Diesel (8 Cyl Turbo)
Max. Speed - 40 MPH
Mfg By: Boeing-McLaughlin-
York (BMY), York, PA
An Ammo Carrying S/P
Track Vehicle And Gun Crew
Of 8 Followed This Cannon
For Fire Missions
On this Veterans Day 11-11 1995
We Dedicate This Monument To All
Past-Present-Future Veterans And
To Remind Us That Freedom . . . — Map (db m29888) HM|
|Connecticut (Litchfield County), Winsted — Winsted Vietnam Monument|
| J A (Tony)
To The Honor
Who Gave Their Lives
And We Acknowledge
The Sacrifices Of
All Those Who Served
Vietnam 1959 – 1975
Peace — Map (db m29897) HM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Chester — Chester Veterans Monument|
|There Was A Time
When The World Asked
To The Man and Women of Chester
Who Served Our Country
( left panel )
World War II
Kern, Frederick A. Walden, Francis R. Walden, Henry A. Walden, Ralph S. Walden, Spencer R. Fuller, Nelson W. Fuller, Robert U. Fuller, Thomas E. Jr. Calamari, Augustine A. Calamari, John J. Calamari, Joseph F. Calamari, Andrew L. Rutty, Clifford S. Rutty, Odell . . . — Map (db m65998) WM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Deep River — Columbia Deep River Roll of Honor|
|Columbia, painted by C.D. Batchelor, Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, was dedicated by Gov. Raymond Baldwin in Nov. 1943 on the library grounds. By 1969 weather-time had caused decay in the wooden frame. A committee was formed to relocate and reset Columbia. The site known as Library Park was changed to Veterans Memorial Park. In 1970 the movement and resetting, in brick, was completed.
In 1985 a new committee was organized to add wings to honor Deep River residents who served during the . . . — Map (db m65684) HM WM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Deep River — Deep River Veterans Memorial|
|Deep River Roll Of Honor
Our Country Tis Of Thee
( left panel ) Korea
25 Jun 1950 31 Jan 1955
John J Ziobron Oscar A Buracchi Donald G Hines Vincent E Nucci David C Turner Anthony E Calarco Robert C Benson Richard H Morrow Roger C Johnson Walter H Kensel Francis B McCauley Kenneth J Winschel James J Eagan Francis A Grandsire Donald Hardwick Charles R Hazuka Charles N Ressler William Dube Charles W Phelps William C Pitts Robert H Lindner . . . — Map (db m65686) WM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Higganum — Haddam Veterans Monument|
| ( south face )
Of The Men From Haddam
Who Served In The World War
And In Memory Of Those Who
Made The Supreme Sacrifice
Gustaf A. Andeen Carl H. Anderson Robert Anderson Walter F. Bailey John Bard Joseph Behan Gunner Bloomquist William D. Brainard Cephas Brainard Joseph E. Brenner Matthew J. Brundage Raymond C. Burr William E. Burr Clifton E. Butler Fred E. Butler Carl Carlson Gustaf A. Carlson Leonard C. H. Gordon Chasseaud . . . — Map (db m66207) WM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Middletown — Middletown Korea Vietnam Monument|
1961 1975 Beyond the Far Pacific to the Rim of Asia they went
– Twice in a Generation –
To risk all for Honor and Freedom
“You Are Not Forgotten”
Sp4 Thomas W.Shay, U.S. Army, June 15, 1966
PFC Leroy Frazier, U.S. Army, October 1, 1966 — Map (db m24208) WM|
|Connecticut (Middlesex County), Old Saybrook — Old Saybrook Veterans Memorial|
|Erected By The Citizens Of
In Memory Of Her Sons
Who Died At War
World War I
World War II
Gildo Baldoni Robert Delap Dominic Evangelisti Wendel Fifield Francis Dibble Harvey John LaCastro Robert LaMay Myron Lane Bondo Marcolini Anthony Columbo Paoletti Francis Simpson Raymond Swain Andrew Telco Robert Trask Claude Joseph Zanni
Primo Carnabuci Thomas H. Newman
Dedicated November 11, 1961
Donald . . . — Map (db m78810) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Ansonia — Ansonia Veterans Monument|
| [ Center Panel ]
Lest We Forget This memorial is dedicated by the grateful citizens of the City of Ansonia to preserve and honor the memory of all those brave men and women who served our country so selflessly in time of conflict.
[ Left Panel ]
Friends, Neighbors and Relatives Who
Gave Up Their Lives In Time of War
World War I
Berggren, Frederick Brandon, Frank Bresnan, William Comcowich, Michael Conklin, John Ferron, Frederick Fosberg, Carl . . . — Map (db m25537) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Bethany — Bethany Veterans Wall Of Honor|
| [ left panel ]
Harold Durley USMC 1961 – 1964 George D Vaill Sr USN WWII Timothy L Vaill USN Vietnam George D Vaill Jr. USAF Vietnam Ernest Russell USA Korea Harold E Lineweber USA Korea Marcel J Lamy USA Korea George P McDonnell USN 1953 – 1961 George P McDonnell Jr. USN 1980 – 1986 William Stronk USN Vietnam Thomas L Lehtonen USAF Vietnam Wendell Bell USN WWII Tony Cofrancesco USA WWII Richard H Zwick Sr USA WWII Joseph Gorman USA WWII . . . — Map (db m27569) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Branford — Branford Veterans Memorial|
|In Memory of Those Who Served
Those Who Were Disabled In Service
And Those Who Gave Their Lives In
World War II and the Korean Conflict
Vietnam — Map (db m35587) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Cheshire — The Medal of Honor Plaza and “Living Classroom”|
|The Medal of Honor Plaza and “Living Classroom” Dedicated May 26, 1996
Alfred C. Adinolfi, U.S. Air Force, Chairman and Town Councilman
S. Kenneth Baril, U.S. Army Harold Mosher, U.S. Army John White, U.S. Navy Henry E. Carson, U.S. Army Lori Rusnack, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Thomas Williams, U.S. Air Force Robert Coccolini, Parks and Recreation Director Sandra Mouris, Mayor Kevin Simmons, Parks and Recreation Staff Monument Design: Jerry Lloyd Lodynsky — Map (db m22456) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Cheshire — Town of Cheshire Memorial Plaza|
| Honoring Our Veterans
1754 French and Indian War 1763
Reuben Hitchcock Edward Parker Ephraim Parker
1775 Revolutionary War 1783
Asa Bellamy Justus Bellamy Reuben Bellamy Silas Bellamy Asa Bronson Elisha Cowles Amos Parker Edward Parker Elisha Parker Samuel Parker Elisha Parker, Jr. Jesse Parker, Jr. Jesse Parker, Sr.*
1861 Civil War 1865
1940 World War II 1946
Francis R. Rocco
1950 Korea 1955
Roger (Deschesnes) Deshane . . . — Map (db m22406) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Derby — Derby Korea – Vietnam Memorial|
| Dedicated to Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice and Advanced the American Ideals of Liberty and the Brotherhood of Man
James Ellingwood Towle 1st Lt. U.S.A.F.
Norman Edward Dawson Jr. P.F.C. U.S.M.C. George Albert Kurtyka T. Sgt. U.S.A.F. John Joseph Healey Jr. Sp. 4 U.S.A. Joseph Carinci P.F.C. U.S.M.C. Aldo Anthony Doria Pvt. U.S.M.C. Henry John Doneski Sgt. U.S.A. Ronald J. Sheehy Sp. 4 U.S.A. Carl Packaard P.F.C. U.S.M.C. — Map (db m25404) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Derby — Derby Veterans Monument|
| [ West Face ]
Dedicated To The Memory
World War I
World War II
[ Northwest Face ]
[ Southwest Face ]
This Well Defend
[ Northeast Face ]
From Knowledge Seapower
[ South Face ]
Mans Flight Through Life Is Sustained By The Power Of His Knowledge — Map (db m25386) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Guilford — Guilford Vietnam Memorial|
Each peaceful dawn in this place
we are reminded of these men
who died for their country
Stephen J. Brennan P.F.C.
Ara. Crosby Jr. W.O.
Frederick W. Dauten Jr. Maj.
Dedicated May 28, 1984
Town of Guilford Conn.
God – Duty – Honor – Country — Map (db m57124) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Hamden — The Freedom Tree|
|The Freedom Tree
With The Vision of Universal Freedom
For All Mankind
This Tree Is Dedicated By
The Citizens of Hamden
Prisoners Of War
Missing In Action
1972 — Map (db m28698) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Madison — Memorial to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Veterans|
|The people of the town of Madison dedicated this memorial to its citizens who answered their nation's call to arms. Their sacrifice helped keep his nation free with special affection we honor those who gave their lives that we all may live in freedom. — Map (db m66470) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Meriden — Meriden Korea – Vietnam Memorial|
| In memory
1961 – 1975
Earl Bauchmann Michael Chmura Albert Christy Wayne Cyr Louis Dagle Richard Hensley Edward Jurek Frank Kiewlen Patrick King Warren Leining Gerald Levy Mark Lilienthal Charles Lurvey Robert Marx Walter McDonald Wayne McKenzie Donald Mitchell Gerald Murray Gary Purcell Roland Richard William Rozzi Joel Sandberg John Shoneck . . . — Map (db m26598) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Milford — Milford Korea - Vietnam Monument|
| [ southeast side ]
“We mourn the fallen,
We grieve for the missing,
We celebrate the return of
Our valiant men and women”
[ northeast side ]
Vietnam 1961 – 1973
[ southwest side ]
Korea 1950 – 1953
[ northwest side ]
“We Remember, We Care” November 11, 1986 Commemorated By Korea – Vietnam Memorial Committee — Map (db m26309) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Milford — Milford Memorial Flag Pole|
| [ panel 1 ]
In Grateful Remembrance
World War II 1941 – 1945
Korean Conflict 1950
Adams, Thomas D.
[ panel 2 ]
Almquist, Edward F. Anderson, Christian A. Jr. Anderson, James H. Beaudette, Lloyd W. Benson, Clifford W. Blunt, Douglas S. Boettecker, Henry R. Brown, Eugene R. Buchannan, Howard M. Buckingham, Daniel T.
[ panel 3 ]
Burns, Frank N. Campbell, Thomas D. Chapell, William T. Chatfield, . . . — Map (db m26312) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Naugatuck — Naugatuck Veterans Monument|
| Naugatuck Honors the Men and Women who Served Their Country in Time of Need
[ Center panel ]
Alho, Antonio L. Brewer, Samuel A. Carney, James P. Fabrisi, Pail E. Holland, Joseph P. Schultz, John P.
[ Left panels ]
World War II
Adamaitis, Frank J. Adamski, Chester Ashmore, James L. Barboza Joseph Baummer, Robert A. Booker, Bruce H. Boyd, Robert R. Cowan, . . . — Map (db m23918) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), North Branford — North Branford Vietnam Monument|
|In Honor Of The Men And Women
Who Served Our Countyr In
The Vietnam Conflict
July, 1958 - April, 1975
Dedicated May 1996 — Map (db m35647) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), North Haven — North Haven Vietnam War Monument|
|In Memory Of
All Vietnam Veterans
[ 1,378 names are listed on 4 plaques ]
Killed In Action: Dougan, Michael James — Map (db m28994) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Orange — Orange Veterans Monument|
|Amerigion Legion Post 127
In Memory Of
The Veterans Of
The War of Independence
War of 1812
Spanish American War
World War I
World War II
Vietnam War — Map (db m27723) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Prospect — W.O. Michael Aaron Kight|
|This Military Display is Dedicated to the Memory of Fellow Veteran, W.O. Michael Aaron Kight Who Lost His Life In Vietnam on May 19, 1967 — Map (db m22458) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Seymour — Seymour Veterans Monument|
This Monument is Dedicated to Vietnam and Korean Veterans For Their Bravery And Courage In Fighting for Freedom
— Map (db m21959) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Seymour — Seymour Vietnam War Memorial|
| 1964 1975 Vietnam War
Albiondi, William F., Jr. Abromaitis, Stanley C., Jr. Ainsworth, Robert C. Ajello, Donald J. Albro, David R. Allen, Noble E., Jr. Ambrose, Anthony J. Anderson, Glenwood D, Anderson, Michael L. Anglace, Frederick A., Jr. Ashe, Brian R. Atkas, John P. Bashura, George J., Jr. Beedle, Michael P. Behuniak, John J. Behuniak, Thomas E. Benner, Jay R. Bennett, Thomas H. Biedrzycki, Paul M. Biondi, Lawrence G. Birdsell, Michael E. . . . — Map (db m27417) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Southbury — Southbury Veterans Memorial|
|In memory of the Veterans of all wars
In honor of those from Southbury who served in the Korean Conflict 1950 – 1955 (east face)
In honor of those from Southbury who served in the Vietnam Conflict 1964 – 1975 (west face) — Map (db m19270) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Wallingford — Brotherhood of Ferndocs|
Lest We Forget
Andersen Martin W. Major
Deangelis Richard N. P.F.C.
Davis Blakely Jr. U.S.M.C.
Dorsey Edward R. P.O. 3rd Cl.
Fecteau Gene E. P.F.C.
Fenton William C. Jr. Spec. 4
Gagne Renald L. P.F.C.
Johnson Richard A. J. U.S.M.C. P.F.C.
Keller Timothy W. Spec. 4
Miglierina Robert L. Sgt.
Popovich John 1st Lt. U.S.A.F.
Preira Dominick Pvt.
Robbins Wayne U.S.M.C. Sgt. — Map (db m27720) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Wallingford — Wallingford Vietnam Veterans Monument|
| [ west face ]
Thomas R. Hayden John F. Williams Joseph Conte Joseph L. Dubois James Mascia Gerald Schiavone Robert J. Wieczorek Talcott L. Ingraham Jr. *Dominic J. Preira Jr K.I.A. 2-18-66* Charles I Plont Chester E. Sutherland Jr. John R. Hines Joseph W. Hartman Jr. Peter O. Klausner John E. Comerford William A. Laplante James L. Pluff Edmond P. Reynolds Sr. Douglas A. Foster Jack A. Provencher Jr. Russell . . . — Map (db m30094) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Waterbury — POW / MIA Soldiers from Waterbury|
|(Center):In memory of the POW / MIA Soldiers from Waterbury who bravely served our nation in all conflicts.
You Are Not Forgotten!
(Left):Sgt. Victor J. Choinere U.S. Army
DoB Nov. 1931 – Date MIA Nov. 1950
Cpl. Dennis Rush U.S. Army
DoB Feb. 1930 – Date MIA Nov. 1950
Cpl. Donald L. Humiston U.S. Army
DoB May 1929 – Date MIA July 1952
And all prisoners of war and missing in action
Korean War 1950 – 1953
First Lieutenant U.S.A.F. . . . — Map (db m20134) WM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Waterbury — The Navy Cross Our Waterbury Heroes|
|It is our nations second highest military honor, awarded to three men from Waterbury. Let no one forget their personal valor, their courage, and their devotion to duty.
Cpl. John J. Spillane
U.S. Marine Corps, Company A, 2d Amphibian Tractor Battalion, 2d Marine Division
Date of Action: November 20, 1943
The Navy Cross is presented to John J. Spillane, Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps, for extraordinary heroism while serving as a Crew Chief of an Amphibian Tractor of , . . . — Map (db m19692) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Waterbury — Waterbury Vietnam War Memorial|
Thirty sons of Waterbury died
while serving in the Vietnam War.
They are listed by their date of death, their location on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall and the area where they died.
PFC Willian Joseph Oakley, 28-May-65, Panel 1E, Row 126, Bien Hoa PFC Richard Michael Facondini, 5-Dec-65, Panel 3E, Row 126, Binh Duong PFC John Francis Sampt, 17-Feb-66, Panel 5E, Row 43, Binh Dinh SMS Andre Roland Guillet, 18-May-66, Panel 7E, Row 81, Over Laos (MIA) PFC Norman Edward . . . — Map (db m20206) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), West Haven — West Haven Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|Those Who Served
1959 – 1975
* Killed In Action
[ left panel ]
William T. Cave John W. Bayzat Robert T. Pacelli John S. Lucibello Eugene J. Traczyk Jr. John W. Poe III Peter F. Murphy Paul W. Bauer Keith Llingsworth Richard W. Morton Michael A. Amato James L. Konners Anthony A. Pomichter Timothy C. Abbott George M. Erhardt Howard M. Chernikoff Salvatore Callegari III John B. Riederich Andrew J. Cafiero Jr. Michael S. Olivero Nicholas . . . — Map (db m27871) HM|
|Connecticut (New Haven County), Wolcott — Wolcott Veterans Monument|
|To Those Who Served Our Country In Time of War They Gave Their Today For Our Tomorrow World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War Persian Gulf War Iraqi Freedom Donated by Junior Womens Club of Wolcott Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1979 American Legion Post 165 Dedicated Nov. 14, 1982 — Map (db m22368) WM|
|Connecticut (New London County), New London — New London War Memorial|
|[ Left Plaque : ] Korean Conflict This memorial is dedicated to those who served. When the call of their country was heard, self was forgotten. Their deeds and efforts shall never be forgotten. [ Right Plaque : ] Vietnam Conflict This memorial is dedicated to those who served. When the call of their country was heard, self was forgotten. Their deeds and efforts shall never be forgotten. [ Center Plaque : ] World War II They Gave Their Lives That This Nation . . . — Map (db m48851) HM|
|Connecticut (New London County), Niantic — East Lyme Veterans Memorial|
| [ left panel ]
God Bless These Men
Who Could Give No More
* John M. Bath
* Donald K. Walsh
May We Always Remember
- Never Forget –
These Courageous Men From
Our Town Who Fought For
Right When So Much Was Not
[ center panel ]
For Our Brave Men
Could Not Come Home
* Roscoe E. Perry
We Honor The Gallant Men
Of This Town Who Answered
The Call Of Our Great Nation
[ right panel ]
Memorial . . . — Map (db m32329) WM|
|Delaware (Kent County), Dover — Armed Forces Memorial|
|This monument is dedicated to remember those men and women missing in action while serving in the Armed Services of the United States of America |
Clifton E. Brooks – PFC U.S. Army
Samuel L. Crawford – PFC U.S. Army
Paul N. Dill – Cpt U.S. Army
Joseph P. Donahue – PFC U.S. Army
Richard D. Hutchinson – PFC U.S. Army
William S. Kempen, Jr – ILT U.S. Army
Laurence C. Layton – ILT U.S. Air Force
Thomas . . . — Map (db m39725) WM
|Delaware (Kent County), Dover — Vietnam Memorial Fallen Heroes|
|Robert P. Archer Jr., Donald Ray Bailey, Paul L. Berry, Bruch E. Clough, Toby Ernest Collins, George H. Coppage, III, George W. Cripps, Clifton Cubbage, Bruce E. Dolbow, Robert H. Donaway, Harold W. Haddick, Jan Victor Henrickson, Lawrence E. Hitchens, Graham Norris Lowdon, Jr., Donald R. Hoskins, Wayne C. Jester, James H. Johnson, Jr., Donald E. Kenton, William L. Lowman, John M. Martin, Paul Oswald Meder, Abraham L. Moore, William L. Nellans, Alexander J. Palenscar, III, Larry F. Potts, Nolan . . . — Map (db m51117) HM|
|Delaware (New Castle County), New Castle — Delaware River and Bay Authority Vietnam Memorial In Memory of Vietnam War Dead|
| In Memory of Vietnam War Dead
Dedicated to those from Delaware and New Jersey who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Service of their Country — Map (db m68262) WM|
|Delaware (Sussex County), Georgetown — Sussex County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Welcome Home|
|1Lt Thomas B. Adams, USA - Selbyville LCPL Linden Wayne Brittingham, USMC - Milton PFC William Joseph Bunting, USA - Frankford CPL Reginald Wayne Burris, USA - Ellendale SGT Richard Samuel Dennison, USA - Bethel PFC Elmer Lee Faulkner, Jr., USMC - Greenwood CPL Donald Lee Gibson, USA - Milford LCPL Gene Tyndall Grant, USMC - Bridgeville CPL Vaughn O'Neil Hall, USA - Georgetown SGT David Lynn Hastings, USAF - Laurel PFC Richard Kenneth Hill, USMC - Seaford PFC James Edward Holden, USA - . . . — Map (db m38687) HM|
|Delaware (Sussex County), Rehoboth Beach — Veterans Memorial (Rehoboth Beach, Delaware)|
|" Dedicated to Honor the
sacrifice of the men and women
who served our country
in war and peace"
( Left monument:)
C.A.P. Base #2
[List of 4 names]
Flying Anti-submarine Patrol
Former Members of this Base
(Center monument :)
In honor of those
who paid the supreme sacrifice
in World Wars I and II
[List of 9 names]
The Rehoboth Beach Kiwanis Club
In memory of our comrades who . . . — Map (db m38802) WM|
|Delaware (Sussex County), Seaford — Seaford Veterans Memorial|
|Dedicated to the memory of those Seaford community veterans who died in the defense of our country.
World War I
Thomas Penington, Lewis A. Taylor, Frank C. Quails, Kemp Wright, Albert H. Waller
Vernon L. DeShields, Charles F. Wright, Irvin M. Tindall
James L. Miller, Richard K. Hill, Richard S. Dennison, James A. Messick, James F. Henry Jr
World War II
Carlton E. Massey, Harold S. McWilliams Jr, George M. Johnson, Alfred b. Lankford, . . . — Map (db m4994) WM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Adams-Morgan — 7 of 18 — Lanier Place Roads to Diversity Adams Morgan Heritage Trail|
|Banker Archibald McLachlan and Smithsonian Institution naturalist George Brown Goode developed Lanier Heights in the early 1890s. Goode laid out streets and encouraged Smithsonian colleagues to purchase lots. McLachlan built the elegant Ontario Apartments, visible ahead and to the left on then-rural Ontario Road. More apartments and row houses followed. By 1935 Lanier Heights was considered a close-in, city neighborhood.
In 1908 the city built the Mission style firehouse mid-block to your . . . — Map (db m17295) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Columbia Heights — 17 of 19 — Social Justice Cultural Convergence Columbia Heights Heritage Trail|
| Straight ahead is All Souls Church, Unitarian, long known for its social activism, starting with abolitionism in the 1820s and ranging through nuclear disarmament and interracial cooperation. During the segregation era, All Souls was one of the few places in DC open to integrated meetings. During the 1980s and '90s it (and other neighborhood churches) even hosted concerts by DC's influential punk bands Bad Brains, Fugazi, Minor Threat, and others.
In the 1960s, the church launched the . . . — Map (db m24152) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling [JBAB] — Republic F-105D Thunderchief|
|This aircraft, of a type used extensively in Southeast Asia air operations, is dedicated to all the courageous airmen who gave their lives in honor during that conflict. — Map (db m63898) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Northwest — First Division War Memorial|
|[Inscriptions on the original memorial (1924)]
First Division, United States Army, American Expeditionary Forces, June 1917 - September 1919.
Erected by the memorial association of the First Division and patriotic friends to the memory of the dead of the division who gave their lives in the World War that the liberty and the ideals of our country might endure.
Sommervillier: Oct 20 - Nov 20, 1917.
Ansauville: Jan 16 - April 3, 1918.
Cantigny April 19 - June . . . — Map (db m17629) WM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Southeast — UH-IV Iroquois Army National Guard District of Columbia Armory|
| The venerable UH-I “HUEY” helicopter was a beloved work horse for the
District of Columbia Army National Guard, safely and reliably supporting the
Nations Capital for over 40 years. With 2-4 crew members, HUEYs carried
up to 6 litter patients (UH-IV) or 11 combat equipped (UH-IH).
The UH-1s top airspeed was 124 knots. Maximum weight was 9,599 lbs.
with 2,000 lbs of load capacity.
Dating back to 1971, UH-1 units included the Headquarters Aviation
Detachment, the . . . — Map (db m73785) HM WM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Southeast — Whitney M. Young, Jr. Memorial Bridge|
|Named in honor of
Whitney Moore Young, Jr.
Humanitarian-scholar and venerable leader of the National Urban League whose work produced landmark changes in civil rights laws and notable progress towards social and economic justice in America. — Map (db m15606) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), The National Mall — A Legacy of Healing and Hope Vietnam Women's Memorial|
|Over 265,000 American women served during the Vietnam era (1956 through 1975) and over 11,000 saw duty in Vietnam. The majority served as nurses, caring for thousands of wounded servicemen in the difficult conditions of crowded transports, harsh weather, difficult terrain, and long hours. Between 1964 and 1973, dedicated nurses tended to over 100,000 wounded, saving nearly 98 percent of those who eventually reached hospitals. The Memorial Inspired to tell the story of all Vietnam-era . . . — Map (db m7878) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), The National Mall — Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to duty and country of the men and women of the armed forces of the United States who served in America's longest war. By virtue of its design, the memorial inspires a contemplative experience and puts a human face on a divisive conflict. Veterans, their families, and others find the memorial a place for reflection and healing.
On the granite walls of the Memorial are more than 58,000 names of those listed as missing . . . — Map (db m212) HM|
|District of Columbia (Washington), Washington Navy Yard — Swift Boat PCF1|
|Dedicated on 23 April 1998 by Senator John F. Kerry and Wade Sanders of the Swift Boat Sailors Association, Inc. in recognition of those who served and in memory of lost comrades — Map (db m10453) HM|
|Florida (Alachua), High Springs — American Legion Veterans Memorial|
In Honor of
those who served
in time of war
A mighty mother turns in tears
the pages of her battle years
lamenting all her Fallen sons
Gordon Rimes Post 97
The American Legion
October 11, 1980
World War I
Oliver Marion Heidt
World War II
James Paul Banks
James W. DeGraff
Grover W. McCall
Robert Gerald McDonell
Irving W. OSteen
W.H. . . . — Map (db m81993) WM|
|Florida (Citrus County), Crystal River — Bicentennial Park War Memorial|
|WW I, WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Desert Storm heroes. — Map (db m3528) WM|
|Florida (Citrus County), Inverness — Citrus County Veterans Memorial|
|In memory of
Citrus County Veterans
of all wars
Dedicated Memorial Day
May 30, 1979
The grateful citizens of
Citrus County — Map (db m77489) WM|
|Florida (Citrus County), Inverness — Korea and Viet Nam War Memorial|
Maj Daniel Francis Rooks
Pvt Arthur P. Carlsen
PFC Richard G. Sanders
Capt. William Hoover Craig Jr.
1st Lt. Stanley Gerald Hartson
Sgt. Carl Henry Joiner
WO Richard Smith Lowes
PFC Herbert D. Suber
Corp. William Arthur Wicks
SSG. James Gordon Williams
SFC Charles F. Hall — Map (db m77488) WM|
|Florida (Gadsden County), Quincy — Veterans Memorial|
In memory of
Gadsden County Veterans who gave
their lives during the Korean Conflict, Vietnam
Era, Grenada, Lebanon, Panama, Persian Gulf
Our Fallen Heroes
on renown eternal camping grounds,
their silent graves are spread,
glory guards with solemn sound;
the grave sites of our dead.
Chester Brown, Jr. — Map (db m79719) WM|
|Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — MacDill: 1950 to 2000 The Base Maneuvers Through the Years|
| 3 F-80 Shooting Stars Fly to Korea In February 1951, MacDill's 307th deployed to Okinawa for the Korean conflict. It was one of the first units to move its fighting forces overseas. MacDill During Vietnam During the Vietnam conflict, MacDill AFB provided pilot training for combat missions using F-4 Fighter Jets and B-51 Bombers. In July 1965, MacDill's 45th Tactical Fighter Squadron was the first F-4 unit in Southeast Asia, and was credited with the first air victory of the Vietnam . . . — Map (db m34149) HM|
|Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — Palonis Park|
|This park is dedicated in memory of Lt. Col. Anthony J. Palonis, Jr., U.S.M.C., who gallantly served both Country and Corps in World War II, The Korean War, and Vietnam. Awarded the Silver Star, and Bronze Star for Valor. Lt. Col. Palonis was also awarded two Purple Heart Medals for wounds received in combat. As a young Marine in the First Marine Raider Battalion (Edson's Raiders), he heroically fought at the Battle of Bloody Ridge, Guadalcanal. SEMPER FIDELIS — Map (db m55280) HM|
|Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — Tampa POW/MIA|
Throughout history we have answered
our country's call to arms,
for freedom, for justice,
for self-determination of an ally,
we have served, and sometimes paid
in grim coin the price exacted,
Through no fault of ours,
somehow we are left
on foreign shores,
Some of us lie in unmarked graves,
some of us remain behind prison bars
and some of us serve as slave laborers;
Yet all of us yearn to be
returned to the land of our birth,
Whether to live out the remainder . . . — Map (db m15120) WM|
|Florida (Pinellas County), Tarpon Springs — Craig Park War Memorial|
|World War I, World War II, Korean and Vietnam War. (lists of names) — Map (db m3288) WM|
|Florida (Polk County), Fort Meade — Fort Meade Veterans Memorial|
|This memorial is to honor all U.S. military veterans for serving our country with honor & self sacrifice to insure the freedom of the greatest country in the world United States of America Dedicated Nov. 11, 2006 American Revolution 1776 - 1783 Served 217,000 Battle deaths 4,435 Wounded 6,188 Civil War 1861 - 1865 North Served 2,213,363 Battle deaths 140,414 Wounded 281,881 South Served 1,050,000 Battle deaths 74,524 Wounded unknown World War I 1917 - 1918 . . . — Map (db m57357) WM|
|Florida (Putnam County), Palatka — Putnam County Viet Nam Memorial|
Erected to perpetuate
the honored memory of
Putnam County, Fla.
who gave their lives
in the Viet Nam conflict
David E. Burney
Henry A. Deutsch
John L. Fortner
Edward B. Fulgham, Jr.
Charles A. Gordon
Matthew E. Greer
Gene D. Grover
Robert H. Jenkins, Jr.
Willie Knowles, Jr.
Billy E. Lawrence
Bruce A. McCormick
Thomas R. . . . — Map (db m78108) WM|
|Florida (Putnam County), Palatka — Woodman of the World Vietnam Memorial|
Erected in honor of all Vietnam veterans who patriotically and unselfishly served our country in defense of freedom. Their service to country, loyalty to mankind, dedication to liberty and personal sacrifices are an inspiration to all freedom-loving people and shall be a cherished memory forever.
Presented by local Lodges #7 & #733
Woodman of the World
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it . . . — Map (db m77716) WM|
|Florida (Seminole County), Sanford — FL-SC017 — Naval Air Station - Sanford|
|In November 1942, NAS Sanford was commissioned to meet the need for additional naval aviation training facilities. Originally planned for bomber training, within a year it converted to fighter plane training. A major portion of fighter pilots that served on aircraft carriers in the Pacific during WWII trained at the field. “Touch and Go” training simulated aircraft landings at the airfield at Osceola and other nearby fields. Fifty-three pilots lost their lives in plane crashes in . . . — Map (db m46608) HM|
|Florida (Seminole County), Sanford — Vietnam War 1954-1975|
|The Vietnam War began when Vietnamese nationalists ended one hundred years of colonial rule by forcing the French out of the country. The 1954 Geneva Peace Accords divided the country into North and South Vietnam to separate the opposing groups seeking control to the government. In 1961, President John Kennedy's administration began sending advisers into South Vietnam to train and arm the local population to halt the advance of the Communist forces of the north. The war escalated under . . . — Map (db m57568) HM|
|Georgia (Bartow County), Cartersville — Private First Class Jerry Wayne Gentry In Memory of United States Army|
|Killed in Action - 9 November 1967 - Republic of Vietnam
PFC Gentry was a crew member of an M113 Armored Personnel Carrier assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, of the Americal Division in the Republic of Vietnam. While engaged in an assault west of the city of Que Son, his APC was disabled by enemy fire, injuring four of the crew. As the only uninjured member of the crew, PFC Gentry, in the face of enemy automatic weapons fire and with complete disregard for his own safety, . . . — Map (db m67110) WM|
|Georgia (Bibb County), Macon — Medal of Honor|
|Medal of Honor — Map (db m53214) HM|
|Georgia (Bibb County), Macon — Post 3 Macon|
|We of the American Legion honor those men who lost their lives in the Viet-Nam Conflict Aug. 5, 1964 to Aug. 15, 1973 from Bibb County, GA.
* ARMY * *MARINES* *AIR FORCE*
Baker, J. W.
Betleyoun, G. C.
Cannady, W. M.
Cochran, W. S.
Dixon, C. L.
Felts, E. Jr.
Fields, W. S.
Fouche, P. J.
Furney, W. L.
Green. S. N.
Hardison, A. C.
Haze, H. . . . — Map (db m53432) HM|
|Georgia (Burke County), Waynesboro — Burke County Veteran's Memorial|
For those who fought for it
Freedom has a taste the protected
will never know
The people of Burke County
dedicate this memorial to
the men who died in Vietnam.
John A. Bennett Jackson E. Cox Theus E. DeLaigle John E. Devine Robert C. Hardwick Jerome Herrington Joseph Hodges Robert L. Jones Clyde E. Saxon Eddie J. Scott Edgar L. Smith James L. Whitfield Lester Williams, Jr.
World War II
Donald E. Barber . . . — Map (db m80104) WM|
|Georgia (Candler County), Metter — Candler County War Memorial|
| Dedicated to Those
Brave Men of Candler County Who
Paid the Supreme Sacrifice in
Defense of Their Country
Donated by the Citizens
Memorial Day 1987
( Left Panel)
World War II
Thomas Bragg William A. Brinson Levy Brown
Ben Grady Collins Wallace D. Collins William Wright Collins
Theodore H. Eiseman John Forehand, Jr J.G. Grice
Boazie Hargrove Ray E. Hooks Clayton . . . — Map (db m19255) WM|