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Tomb of the Communications Soldier

Tumba del Soldado Heroé de Comunicaciones

 
 
Tomb of the Communications Soldier Marker image. Click for full size.
By J. Makali Bruton, March 13, 2015
1. Tomb of the Communications Soldier Marker
Inscription. La Voz del Comando
[First marker]
Tumba del Soldado, Heroe de Transmisiones

[Second marker]
Monumento inaugurado el 19 Jul. 85
Bajo la administracion Del Tte. Cnel. DEM
Ciro Lopez Roque Cmdte del C.I.T.F.A.

[Third marker]
Honor y Gloria
A los valientes aguerridos y heroicos soldados de transmisiones y a los que ofrendaron su vida por la patria como ejemplo a las futuras generaciones
Fallecidos en el cumplimiento del deber

Capitán José Edgardo Villalta Martinez 4 Abr. 983 ∙ Capitán Rodolfo Antonio Benavides Martinez 27 Abr. 983 ∙ Teniente Alonso Alberto Escalante Acevedo 9 Nov. 982 ∙ Sub Tte Vicente Melendez Chavez 11 Oct. 982 ∙ Sub Tte Francisco Estrada Salguero 27 Ma. 981 ∙ Sub Tte Gilberto Eduardo Ponce Villafuerte 12 Ene. 981 ∙ Sub Tte Nestor Emilio Navarro Argeñal 12 Jul 984 ∙ Stte Cdt Jaime Ivan Orellana Alvarez 15 Feb. 983 ∙ Sargento Santos Mendez Moran 24 Jun. 980 ∙ Sargento Luis Alonso Villeda Iraheta 14 Mar. 981 ∙ Sargento Baudilio Estereo Escamilla Chicas 20 Jun. 983 ∙ Cabo E-5 Josue Mazariego Carpio 28 Feb. 982 ∙ Cabo E-4 Jose Tulio Perez Ventura 13 Nov. 980 ∙ Soldado Walter Adrian Ramirez Vasquez 16 Mar. 982 ∙ Soldado Cruz Ramirez Candray 26 Jul. 982 ∙ Soldado Kir
Tomb of the Communications Soldier statue detail image. Click for full size.
By J. Makali Bruton, March 13, 2015
2. Tomb of the Communications Soldier statue detail
Widmark Garcia Paniagua 30 Ago. 983 ∙ Soldado Miguel Angel Orellana Rivas 5 Ago. 982 ∙ Soldado German Mendez Vega 10 Ago. 983 ∙ Soldado Jose Magdaleno Moreno Henriquez 23 Feb. 984 ∙ Soldado Roberto Flores Cortez 21 Mar. 984 ∙ Soldado Noe de Jesus Beltran Rivas 28 Sep. 984 ∙ Soldado Enecon Chavez Garcia 25 Jul. 980 ∙ Soldado Felicito Marroquin Aquino 29 Dic. 980 ∙ Soldado Armando Adelio Gonzalez Henriquez 28 Jul. 983 ∙ Soldado Edwin Fredy Peñate Diaz 21 Nov. 982

[Fourth marker]
Cabo E-4 Carlos Antonio Velasco Ponce 2 May. 987 ∙ Soldado Evaristo Chitas Gonzalez 30 Mar. 987 ∙ Soldado Jesus Antonio Martinez Perez 30 Mar. 987 ∙ Soldado Lucio Bermudez Cruz 2 Mar. 987 ∙ Soldado Jorge Alberto Gomez Ramos 29 Nov. 987 ∙ Soldado Ernesto Anibal Anaya 29 Nov. 987 ∙ Soldado Manuel de Jesus Najarro Vasquez 29 Abr. 988 ∙ Soldado Raul Humberto Castillo Perez 31 Jun. 988 ∙ Soldado Angel Mardoqueo Pineda 26 Oct. 988 ∙ Soldado Jose Alfredo Martinez Pineda 23 Nov. 988 ∙ Soldado Jose Hipolito Leon Perez 23 Nov. 988 ∙ Soldado Jose Samuel Menjivar Gonzalez 25 Nov. 988 ∙ Soldado Hector Alonso Henriquez Hernandez 03 Dic. 988 ∙ Cabo E-4 Juan Arnoldo Chavez Vasquez 15 Ene. 989 ∙ Albañil Jorge Alberto Alvarado Mendoza 20 Ene. 989 ∙ Soldado Gerson Javier
Wide view of the Tomb of the Communications Soldier Marker image. Click for full size.
By J. Makali Bruton, March 13, 2015
3. Wide view of the Tomb of the Communications Soldier Marker
Cruz Portillo 17 Jun. 989 ∙ Tte. Trinidad Acosta Martinez 03 Jul. 989 ∙ Tte. Nelson Rene Medina Lopez 12 Nov. 989 ∙ Soldado Jaime Ernesto Lopez Gutierrez 12 Nov. 989 ∙ Soldado Jose Nelson Martir Arteaga 12 Nov. 989 ∙ Soldado Fernando Antonio Sanchez S. 12 Nov. 989 ∙ Cabo Jose Roberto Leano Ramirez 14 Nov. 989 ∙ Ssgto. Jorge Alberto Lopez Hernandez 18 Nov. 989 ∙ Soldado Rafael Sanchez Granados 14 Dic. 989 ∙ Soldado Joaquin Rodriguez Cardozas 03 Mar. 990 ∙ Soldado Jorge Evelio Molina Saravia 25 Feb. 99

English translation:
The Voice of the Command

[First marker]
Tomb of the Hero Communications Soldier

[Second marker]
Monument inaugurated Jul. 19, 85 under the administration
Of Tte. Cnel. DEM Ciro Lopez Roque
Commander of C.I.T.F.A.

[Third marker]
Honor and Glory
To the brave and heroic communications soldiers and to those that offered their lives for the country as an example to future generations. Died in the course of duty [Names of fallen soldiers]


 
Erected 1985.
 
Location. 13° 40.884′ N, 89° 11.574′ W. Marker is in San Salvador, San Salvador. Touch for map. This marker is on the grounds of the Military Museum in San Jacinto, San Salvador.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Heroes of the War of Legitimate Defense (about 90 meters away, measured in a direct line); Relief Map of El Salvador (about 90 meters away); Salvadoran Founders of Central American Independence (about 120 meters away); Felipe Soto (approx. 0.2 kilometers away); General Juan José Cañas (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); The National Zoo of El Salvador (approx. half a kilometer away); The Giant Sloth (approx. 0.7 kilometers away); The American Hippopotamus (approx. 0.7 kilometers away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in San Salvador.
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on April 7, 2015, by J. Makali Bruton of Querétaro, Mexico. This page has been viewed 233 times since then and 25 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3. submitted on April 7, 2015, by J. Makali Bruton of Querétaro, Mexico. • Andrew Ruppenstein was the editor who published this page.
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