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By Kevin W., October 25, 2007
Purple Heart Memorial Marker
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Purple Heart Memorial
Military Order of the Purple Heart U.S.A. 1782 • 1932 — Map (db m3531) HM
2Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Sixth Marine Division
Presidential Unit Citation Okinawa 1945 Dedicated 1995 — Map (db m3533) HM
3Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — First Marine Division Association Memorial
Semper Fidelis Dedicated to those men of the First Marine Division, FMF who gave their lives in the service of their Country World War II   Korea   Vietnam Southwest Asia — Map (db m3534) HM
4Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Purple Heart MemorialCombat Wounded Veterans
Dedicated to all men and women wounded in all our wars. Military Order of the Purple Heart 1782 • 1932 My stone is red for the blood they shed. The medal I bear is my Country's way to show they care. If I could be seen by all mankind . . . — Map (db m3535) HM
5Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — U.S. Servicemen and Women Held Prisoner by Terrorists Memorial
To honor U.S. Servicemen and Women held prisoner by terrorists. In Memory of Colonel Rich Higgins, USMC 15 January 1945 - 6 July 1990 National War College Class 1985 Qui procol hing, qui ante deim periit: sed miles sed pro patria . . . — Map (db m3537) HM
6Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Edson's Raiders
This Memorial is dedicated to the members of the First Marine Raider Battalion. Led by Lt. Col Merrit A. Edson, their courage in combat stood forth at Tulagi, Guadalcanal, and New Georgia, B. S. I., during World War II. Their heroic action during . . . — Map (db m3540) HM
7Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — The ‘Striking Sixth’ Memorial
(Marker- right side of entrance): The 6th MARINE DIVISION was formed on Guadalcanal in September 1944 and was composed of three infantry regiments: 4th Marines; 22nd Marines; 29th Marines; an artillery regiment, 15th Marines and . . . — Map (db m3542) HM
8Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Fourth Marine Division Association Memorial
(East face): We dedicate this memorial to the memory of the men of “The Fighting Fourth” 31 May, 1993 3298 Killed 14,424 Wounded Fourth Marine Division Association in World War II (North face): Fourth Marine . . . — Map (db m3544) HM
9Virginia (Prince William County), Quantico National Cemetery — Commonwealth of Virginia Memorial
In Honor of all Veterans Presented by the Citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia — Map (db m3545) HM
 
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