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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Arlington National Cemetery

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Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia and Vicinity
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    Fairfax County (474)
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1Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — "Lest We Forget - We Stand on Your Shoulders"
Dedicated in memory of the United States Colored Troops, citizens, freed slaves, and contraband of Freedman's Village by the descendants and friends. October 9, 1992. — Map (db m15009) HM
2Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — "Price of Freedom" — Created by Greg Wyatt 2010 — Sponsored by Newington Cropsey Foundation —
Iwo Jima Okinawa Peleliu Midway Coral Sea Guadalcanal Battle of the Philippine Sea Leyte Gulf Babble of the Bulge Operation Overloard D-Day Invasion Operation Torch Invasion of Northern Africa Crossing the . . . — Map (db m137191) WM
3Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — "The Borinqueneers" — 65th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army
Dedicated to the men of the 65th Infantry Regiment, United States Army, for their valor and patriotism during the Korean War, 1950 - 1953. Official seals of the Department of the Army and the 65th Infantry Regiment Dedicado a los . . . — Map (db m77574) WM
4Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 101st Airborne Division
"The 101st has no history but it has a rendezvous with destiny." Major General William C. Lee Aug 19, 1942 — Map (db m4923) HM
5Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 104th Infantry Division
Dedicated by 104th Infantry Division In memory of Our Fallen Brothers World War II — Map (db m98621) HM
6Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 13th Airborne Division — 13 August 1943 - 25 February 1946 — Ft. Bragg, NC - Camp Mackall, NC - France —
To memorialize forever every man who wore with pride our golden unicorn. To salute all others who supported our role here and overseas. — Map (db m137235) WM
7Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 144th Army Postal Unit
APO 144, N.Y. - WW II - Europe England - France - Belgium They moved the mail They enhanced the morale 1st. Lt. Wm. K. Armstrong, ACC · S/Sgt. John D. Caidano · Sgt. Fred A. Murphy · T/4 Willis W. Cresswell · T/4 Ira Osteen · T/5 Richard W. Betts . . . — Map (db m98626) WM
8Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 173d Airborne Brigade (Sep) — 1963 - 1971
In commemoration of all Sky Soldiers whose valor and sacrifice in defense of South Vietnam must never be forgotten. "All gave some - Some gave all" Renderings of military insignia: Combat Infantryman Badge 173rd Airborne Brigade Paratrooper . . . — Map (db m24554) HM
9Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 17th Airborne Division — 1943 - 1945
In memory of the 1480 airborne troopers who paid the Supreme Sacrifice while serving in Europe during World War II Dedicated for the 50th Anniversary of Division Activation April 15, 1943 ★ Battle of the Bulge . . . — Map (db m137237) WM
10Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 1961 - 1975
In honored memory of the helicopter pilots and crewmembers who gave the full measure of devotion to their nation in the Vietnam War. — Map (db m137227) WM
11Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 199th Light Infantry Brigade
In honor of the Redcatchers for their sacrifice and selfless dedication to duty in the Republic of Vietnam, 1966-1970. They shall remain a steadfast example in the hearts of their fellow soldiers and countrymen. Insignia of the 199th . . . — Map (db m98642) WM
12Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 385th Bomb Group
385th Bomb Group (H) 8th Air Force 1943 - 1945 Great Ashfield (Station 155) Suffolk, England In memory of all who served aiding in the liberation of Europe during World War II — Map (db m137212) WM
13Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 3d United States Infantry
Dedicated to the past and present members of the 3d United States Infantry (The Old Guard) who served their country in war and peace since 1784 earning 51 battle honors and who, since 1948, have served as the guardians of . . . — Map (db m137218) WM
14Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 416th Bombardment Group — World War II - European Theater — 1943 - 1945 —
4th Service Group - 79th Station Complement - 199th Medical Detachment - 21st Weather - 1297 Military Police - Red Cross Dedicated in memory of the Gallant 416th Airmen and the diligent support personnel whose supreme sacrifice aided in preserving . . . — Map (db m137205) WM
15Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 423rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion
Insignia of the Tenth Armored "Tiger" Division This tree planted in memory of the courageous men of the 423rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion Commanded by LTC William W. Beverley who fought so valiantly in the European Theatre of . . . — Map (db m93099) WM
16Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 454th Bombardment Group
Fifteenth Air Force 304th Bombardment Wing 454th Bombardment Group (H) AAF San Giovanni Airfield, Italy 1944 - 1945 "Memorializing those who made the Supreme Sacrifice" "Honoring all who served" Placed in 1993 by former . . . — Map (db m137198) WM
17Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 455th Bombardment Group (Heavy)
In memory 455th Bombardment Group (Heavy) San Giovanni Airfield, Italy 1943-1945 This oak tree, planted April, 1996, is in living memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in the skies over Europe during World War II to preserve our freedoms. . . . — Map (db m98605) WM
18Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 484th Bombardment Group
The 484th Bomb Group (H) 49th Bomb Wing 15th AF, Flew Bombing Missions From Torretta Airfield, Italy 1944-45 and Was Part of the Greatest Aerial Armada to Ever Take to the Skies (484th Bomb Group Association) This Plaque . . . — Map (db m62341) WM
19Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 487th Bomb Group
To the Men of the 487th Bomb Group (H) Lost in Action 1943 -- 1945 487th Bomb Group (H) 836th Squadron 837th Squadron 838th Squadron 839th Squadron U.S. Army Air Force 8th Air Force Station 137 . . . — Map (db m137200) WM
20Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 4th Infantry (Ivy) Division
4th Infantry (Ivy) Division "Steadfast and loyal"Map (db m137190) WM
21Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 503rd Parachute Regimental Combat Team — World War II
503rd Prcht Inf Reg 462nd Prcht Arty Bn 161st Prcht Eng Co This Memorial Is Dedicated to the Memory of Our Comrades Who Gave Their Lives In The Cause of Freedom During World War II — Map (db m62454) WM
22Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 505th Parachute Infantry Regimental Combat Team
To honor those brave troopers who fought so gallantly to liberate Western Europe in World War II, 1943 - 1945 ★ Sicily ★ Italy ★ Normandy ★ Holland ★ "The Bulge" . . . — Map (db m137238) WM
23Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 508 Parachute Infantry Regiment
These blue spruce trees dedicated October 20, 1982 in honor of all members of the regiment who served in the European Theater of Operation During World War II ★ Normandy ★ Adenne-Alsace ★ Rhineland ★ . . . — Map (db m137221) WM
24Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 511 Parachute Infantry Regiment
In honor of the valiant paratroopers who made the supreme sacrifice in liberating the Philippines. This regiment secured peace in the Asiatic-Pacific theatre of war and was the first to occupy Japan — Map (db m137204) WM
25Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 551st Parachute Infantry Battalion
1942 - 1945 551st Parachute Infantry Battalion in remembrance Ne les oubliez jamais World War II — Map (db m137194) WM
26Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion — "Triple Nickels"           "Smoke Jumpers" —       1943    -    1947      —
. . . — Map (db m15643) HM
27Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 56th Field Artillery Bn
Dedicated by 56th Field Artillery Bn of the 8th Infantry Div. to our fallen brothers World War II — Map (db m137197) WM
28Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 63rd Infantry Division
Ardennes / Alsace Rhineland Central Europe 1944 - 1945 In Honor Of The More Than 1000 Men Of The 63RD Infantry Division Who Gave Their Lives So That We May Live Free Dedicated to their fallen comrades by the men of . . . — Map (db m62350) WM
29Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 82nd Airborne Division
In honor of those champions of liberty, the men of the 82nd Airborne Division, who made the supreme sacrifice to preserve freedom throughout the world. — Map (db m137206) WM
30Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 92d Infantry Division
World War I France 1918 Meuse-Argonne * World War II Italy 1944-45 Rome-Arno North Apennines Po Valley *** "I do not ask that Thou shall front the fray, And drive the warring foemen from my sight; I only ask O Lord, by . . . — Map (db m11882) HM
31Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 93rd Bombardment Group (Heavy)
Alconbury and Hardwick, England North Africa: Three Tours WWII Strategic Bombing 1942 - 1945 In Memory of Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Skies Over Europe During World War II to Preserve Our Freedoms. Dedicated to All Who . . . — Map (db m62342) WM
32Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 94th Infantry Division — World War II
A living tribute for service to our country — Map (db m137225) WM
33Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — 96th Infantry Division, U.S. Army — Leyte 1944 • Okinawa 1945
In memory of our fallen comrades of the 96th Infantry Division, U.S. Army killed on Leyte, Philippines and Okinawa, Japan and to all Deadeyes who fought with valor and distinction to defeat Imperial Japan — Map (db m61926) WM
34Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — A Garden Sustains — Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
This garden fed the Custis and Lee families, their many guests, the enslaved house workers, and even the Federal Army. It provided for the family from early spring to late fall. The harvest included fruits and vegetables such as berries, potatoes, . . . — Map (db m93092) HM
35Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — A Symbol of Union — George Washington Memorial Parkway — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
"Before us is the broad and beautiful river, separating two of the original thirteen States, which a late President [Andrew Jackson]... desired to span with arches of ever-enduring granite, symbolical of the firmly established union of the . . . — Map (db m142186) HM
36Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — African American Veterans of the Korean War — 1950-1953
Dedicated to all African American Veterans of the Korean War, 1950-1953, for your valor, pride, patriotism and professionalism. Your pioneering efforts and sacrifices have contributed immensely to the development of today's Soldiers, Sailors, . . . — Map (db m11216) WM
37Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — America the Beautiful Memorial Grove
This grove is a living tribute to all who served in the Persian Gulf War and an enduring symbol of peace and strength for all Dedicated by George Bush, May 7, 1996 President of the United States of America, . . . — Map (db m137957) WM
38Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Americal Division
Dedicated to those that served WWII · Korea · Vietnam Under the Southern Cross Americal (23rd Infanty) Division sleeve insigniaMap (db m98600) WM
39Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor, Inc.
This memorial honors the thousands of American prisoners of war who died on death marches, work details or perished in transit to slave labor camps in Japan. — Map (db m63705) WM
40Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American Ex-Prisoners of War
Non Solum Armis ("Not By Arms Alone") We Exist To Help Those Who Cannot Help Themselves     10 Nov 1997 — Map (db m62372) WM
41Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American Revolution American Red Maple
. . . — Map (db m137195) WM
42Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American Special Operations Forces
In sacred memory of American Special Operations Forces. "Courage and Sacrifice." [Five organizational emblems/insignia follow:] United States Special Operations Command, [U.S. Army Special Forces] Airborne, Joint . . . — Map (db m12589) WM
43Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American Volunteer Group, China Air Task Force and the 14th Air Force
This oak tree was planted as a memorial to those who served in the American Volunteer Group, the China Air Task Force and the 14th Air Force during World War II. Dedicated by the members of the Flying Tigers of the 14th Air Force Association . . . — Map (db m11694) HM
44Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American War Mothers
Dedicated to the memory of the deceased mothers of National Capital Chapter #5 who bore-the burden in the heat of the day and now rest from their labors, and the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who have made the Supreme Sacrifice . . . — Map (db m137229) WM
45Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — American-Armenian Volunteer Memorial
. . . — Map (db m99616) WM
46Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — America's Army
Dedicated in memory of your service to America's Army May 12, 1995 — Map (db m137223) WM
47Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Amphibious Scouts and Raiders World War II — 1942-1945 — "We led the way!" —
Rendering of organizational insignia 1942 · We Led The Way · 1945 In memory of our fallen comrades who sacrified their lives in the service of their country while serving in the United States Navy and Army Amphibious Scouts and Raiders . . . — Map (db m15183) HM
48Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — An Attempt to Rescue American Hostages Held in Iran — 25 April 1980
In honor of members of the United States Armed Forces who died during an attempt to rescue American hostages held in Iran 25 April 1980 · U.S. Marine Corps · John D. Harvey Sgt., 30 May 1958 George N. Holmes, Jr. Cpl., 20 . . . — Map (db m11105) HM
49Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Argonne Cross
(East Base) In Memory Of Our Men In France 1917 1918 (West base) Erected Through The Efforts Of The Argonne Unit American Women's Legion — Map (db m45119) WM
50Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Arlington Estate, 1860
In 1778, John Parke Custis purchased most of the 1,100 acres comprising this estate from the Alexander family. John's son, George Washington Parke Custis, came in 1802 and completed the house in 1818. He named it “Arlington” after the . . . — Map (db m70738) HM
51Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Arlington House, 1864
On May 24, 1861, Union troops crossed the Potomac River into Virgina and occupied the Arlington Estate. Officers lived in the house while hundreds of soldiers camped on the grounds. The Army crisscrossed the estate with roads and telegraph lines, . . . — Map (db m70729) HM
52Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Armored Forces
"A balanced team of combat arms and services of equal importance and equal prestige" Maj Gen Adna Chaffee Father of the American Armored Force — Map (db m4924) HM
53Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Army, Navy, and Air Force Nurses
This monument was erected in 1938 and rededicated in 1971 to commemorate devoted service to country and humanity by Army, Navy, and Air Force Nurses. — Map (db m12350) HM
54Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Avenue of Heroes — George Washington Memorial Parkway — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Memorial Avenue was created at the same time as Arlington Memorial Bridge to serve as a ceremonial entrance to Arlington National Cemetery. The avenue was originally planned to be flanked by numerous statues of American heroes. Seven memorials have . . . — Map (db m142188) HM
55Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Battle of the Bulge
Dedicated to the gallant and victorious men and women who participated in the Battle of the Bulge, World War II, 16 December 1944 thru 25 January 1945 in Belgium and Luxembourg. The greatest battle ever fought by the United States Army. Presented by . . . — Map (db m137217) WM
56Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Battle of the Bulge Monument — Triumph of Courage — December 16, 1944 - January 25, 1945 —
To the World War II American soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Bulge, the greatest land battle in the history of the United States Army. An emblem of the Association of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge is engraved on the . . . — Map (db m11211) HM
57Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Beirut Barracks Victims Memorial — "Let Peace Take Root"
This Cedar of Lebanon tree grows in living memory of the Americans killed in the Beirut terrorist attack and all victims of terrorism throughout the world. Dedicated during the first memorial ceremony for these victims. Given by: No Greater . . . — Map (db m88360) HM WM
58Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Berlin Airlift
In memory of the United States military personnel who served on the Berlin Airlift, 26 June 1948 to 30 September 1949. [Insignia of:] Berlin Airlift Veterans Assoc. [Renderings of two U.S. transport aircraft] Presented by the Berlin . . . — Map (db m24603) WM
59Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Bridge to Peace — Arlington Memorial Bridge and Memorial Avenue — George Washington Memorial Parkway, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Arlington Memorial Bridge spans the Potomac River, a boundary that once divided the United States. Built in 1932, the bridge connect Arlington House, the memorial to the General Robert E. Lee to the Lincoln Memorial. Lee and his family fled the . . . — Map (db m142190) HM
60Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Buffalo Soldiers — Centennial Ceremony — July 1, 1898 - July 1, 1998 —
Dedicated to the Buffalo Soldiers, 9th and 10th Cavalry, and the 24th and 25th Infantry Regiments (Colored Troops) for valiant service in the Spanish-American War. They charged up San Juan Hill and El Caney, Cuba with Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough . . . — Map (db m11889) HM
61Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Canadian Cross of Sacrifice — WW I / WW II / Korea
[Panel 1]: Erected by the Government of Canada in honour of the citizens of the United States who served in the Canadian Army and gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. [Panel 2]: In honour of the citizens of the . . . — Map (db m11138) HM
62Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Catholic War Veterans, U.S.A.
Dedicated to the memory of those who faithfully served God Country Home — Map (db m137233) WM
63Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Chaplains Hill
Left-most, first marker Catholic Chaplains who died serving their country in World War II and in the Korean and Vietnam conflicts World War II Antonucci, Ralph A. · Babst, Julius J. · Bacigalupo, Andrew · Barrett, Thomas J. · . . . — Map (db m45149) WM
64Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Civil Air Patrol
[Emblem for the United States Air Force Auxiliary - Civil Air Patrol] Dedicated to the memory of Civil Air Patrol members who gave their lives in service to this nation that others might live. — Map (db m15368) HM
65Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Civil War Unknowns Monument
Beneath this stone repose the bones of two thousand, one hundred and eleven unknown soldiers gathered after the war from the fields of Bull Run and the route to the Rappahannock. Their remains could not be identified, but their names and deaths . . . — Map (db m24595) HM
66Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Confederate Memorial
Panel 1: "Not for fame or reward, not for place or for rank; not lured by ambition or goaded by necessity; but in simple obedience to duty as they understood it; these men suffered all, sacrificed all, dared all, and died." Panel . . . — Map (db m11807) HM
67Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Dependence on Slave Labor — Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Unlike the planters in the lower south, the Custis and Lee family grew mostly food crops on this 1,100 acre plantation as well as at two other sites. George Washington Park Custis limited the cultivation of cotton and tobacco because they were labor . . . — Map (db m70676) HM
68Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Doubleday
Abner Doubleday Col. to Bvt. Major General U.S. Army Major General Volunteers 1819 1893 He was graduated at West Point 1842 1848 Mexican War 1852 Commissioner to Mexico 1854 Indian Hostilities in Texas 1856 Indian Hostilities . . . — Map (db m99557) WM
69Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Exercise Tiger Memorial
In honor of the men of the Army 1st Engineer Special Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, VII Corps Headquarters, and Navy 11th Amphibious Force Convoy T-4, who suffered and perished on April 28, 1944. While conducting “Exercise Tiger” at . . . — Map (db m36655) WM
70Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Faith ★ Honor ★ Virtue
This living memorial is dedicated to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces who have perished during training accidents, peacekeeping missions, humanitarian efforts, covert operations and terrorist attacks. Dedicated in . . . — Map (db m137240) WM
71Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Field Marshal Sir John Dill — G.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., D.S.M., L.L.D. — 1881 - 1944 —
Joint Resolution recognizing the outstanding service rendered to the United Nations by Field Marshal Sir John Dill Whereas the Congress, having been informed of the death of Field Marshall Sir John Dill, in Washington, District of . . . — Map (db m30690) HM
72Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — First Marine Division Association
First Marine Division Association World War II · North China · Korea · Vietnam · Southwest Asia · Cold War Semper Fidelis 1st Marine Division insigniaMap (db m98601) WM
73Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Founding of the U.S. Air Force Arlington Committee
Commemorating the founding of the U S A F Arlington Committee by General and Mrs. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Sr. 1948 — Map (db m137956) HM
74Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Garden to Graves — Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
The dead from three years of Civil War filled all burial spaces in the area. In 1864, President Lincoln charged General Montgomery Meigs with locating a site for a new national cemetery. Arlington's high elevation and aesthetic beauty made it ideal, . . . — Map (db m70711) HM
75Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — General George C. Marshall — 1880 - 1959
Planted on 5 June 1997 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the unveiling of the Marshall Plan with soil from Uniontown, PA, the Virginia Military Institute, the Department of State, the Department of Defense and Dodona Manor. Army Chief of Staff, . . . — Map (db m137222) WM
76Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — General Philip Kearny Memorial
[on base of statue by Edward Clark Potter, south face:] KEARNY [west face:] New Jersey honors her most distinguished soldier. Erected 1914 [north face:] Major General Philip Kearny Born June 1, 1814 . . . — Map (db m22087) HM
77Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Gold Star Mothers Memorial
In honor of all Gold Star Mothers Organized 1928 — Map (db m160727) WM
78Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Guardian of a Nation's Heritage — Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Selina Gray, her husband, and their eight children lived in the room to your right. She was Mrs. Lee's personal maid and later the head housekeeper. Her parents had been Mt. Vernon slaves, so she grew up steeped in the lore of George Washington. . . . — Map (db m70500) HM
79Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Honoring the Women Who Served
Arlington House Chapter, NSDAR Honoring the women who served. April 27, 1995 — Map (db m137955) WM
80Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Ignace Jan Paderewski
The American Legion In memory of Ignace Jan Paderewski artist, composer, musician, statesman, patriot, humanitarian and friend of American war veterans, who, from his death to the rebirth of freedom in his homeland, here rested in honor . . . — Map (db m11133) HM
81Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — In Honor of All Who Serve Our Country
In honor of all who serve our country — Map (db m137226) WM
82Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Indian Warriors and Their Brothers — The Viet-Nam Era Veterans
Dedicated to our Indian warriors and their brothers who have served us so well - the Viet-Nam era veterans. We are honored to remember you. — Map (db m15815) HM
83Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Jumping Mustangs
Jumping Mustangs 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry (Air Assault, Airborne, Airmobile) 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) This tree is dedicated to all the skytroopers who served in the battalion during the Vietnam Era 1965 - 1971. It stands . . . — Map (db m137203) WM
84Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Khe Sanh Veterans
. . . — Map (db m98610) WM
85Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Kitchen Garden — Arlington House
Large estates customarily had a vegetable garden and summer kitchen near the main house. Slaves gathered fresh produce, prepared it in the summer kitchen, and carried it directly to the main dining room. Arlington’s garden extended from the . . . — Map (db m71606) HM
86Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Korean War
This Korean Pine Tree is dedicated to the memory of all the gallant Americans who fought and died to preserve freedom during the Korean War. May it grow and prosper in peace as a symbol of the friendship between the United States of America and the . . . — Map (db m137211) WM
87Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Korean War Contemplative Bench
“The beginning of the end of war lies in remembrance.”Herman Wouk In sacred memory of those Americans who gave their lives during the Korean War, 1950 - 1953. 54,246 Died. 8,177 Missing in Action. 389 . . . — Map (db m18005) WM
88Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Lancaster Monument
Original marker: The officers and crew attached to the U. S. Steamer Lancaster, Flag Officer J. B. Montgomery, on her first cruise in these seas, erect this monument in memory of shipmates who died and are buried here. Bronze . . . — Map (db m100123) WM
89Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Landing Craft Support Ships
This Oak planted as a Memorial to the WWII sailors who manned the U.S. Navy Landing Craft Support Ships. Was Dedicated By The National Association of USS LCS(L) 1-130 On 26 August 1994. "We were the Mighty Midgets... The small . . . — Map (db m62351) WM
90Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Lexington Minute Men
In Memory Of The Men of the Lexington Militia Killed In Action • 19 April 1775 During the First Battle of the American Revolution John Brown     Robert Munroe Samuel Hadley     Isaac Muzzy Caleb Harrington      Jonas Parker . . . — Map (db m62373) WM
91Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Lieut. Col. Edmund Rice
The Congress to Lieut. Col. Edmund Rice 19th Mass. Vols for conspicuous bravery on the 3rd day of Gettysburg. — Map (db m93428) WM
92Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Mary Randolph
Mary Randolph, wife of David Meade Randoph, and first person known to be buried at Arlington, was the eldest child of Thomas Mann and Ann Cary Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Her maternal grandfather was Archibald Cary, of Ampthill; Her paternal . . . — Map (db m135882) HM
93Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Mast of the USS Maine
The United States Battleship MAINE exploded and sank in Havana Harbor, Cuba on February 15, 1898. The rallying cry, "Remember the MAINE" swept the nation, inciting public opinion and precipitating the Spanish-American War. In March, . . . — Map (db m10977) HM
94Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Matthew Alexander Henson — Co-discoverer of the North Pole
Obverse: Reached the North Pole on April 6, 1909, with Robert E. Peary and four Polar Eskimos. [Caption with image of group at Pole:] Ooqueah, Ootah, Henson, Egingwah, Seegloo. Matthew Alexander Henson Re-interment . . . — Map (db m11773) HM
95Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — McClellan Gate
[East face, top of the arch:] McCLELLAN Here rest 15,585 of the 315,555 citizens who died in defense of our country from 1861 to 1865. "On fame's eternal camping ground their silent tents are spread, And glory guards with . . . — Map (db m24587) HM
96Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Memorial to US Airmen killed in Denmark
In World War II a total of 135 U.S. airmen were killed in action over Denmark where they were buried. They defied danger to come to our assistance in our fight for freedom. They will forever be remembered with Denmark's gratitude. — Map (db m11851) HM
97Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Merrill's Marauders
[Unit insignia]: "Ranger - Merrill's Marauders" In memory of the gallant men of the 5307th Composite Unit (Prov.) Northern Burma Campaign, 1944 "Sua Sponte" — Map (db m15173) HM
98Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Military Chaplains Association Memorial
Honoring all who served The Military Chaplains Association of the United States of America — Map (db m137199) WM
99Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Military Officers Association of America Memorial
This living memorial is dedicated to all the men and women of the uniformed services, past and present. Their sacrifices and dedication ensure that America remains the Land of the Free. — Map (db m137202) WM
100Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington National Cemetery — Montford Point Marines — The First Black Marines — 1942      -     1949 —
"The footprints of the Montford Point Marines were left on the beaches of Roi-Namur, Saipan, Guam, Peleliu, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. The tides and winds have, long ago, washed them out into the seas of history; but, “The Chosen Few” in . . . — Map (db m11472) HM

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