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WWI Memorial Dedication
Iwo Jima Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Navy & Air Force Memorials
American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial
9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon
The National World War I Memorial is a planned memorial commemorating the service rendered by members of the United States Armed Forces in World War I. The 2015 National Defense Authorization Act established the World War I Centennial Commission, which was given the authority to build the memorial in Pershing Park.
Iwo Jima Memorial - This memorial, also known as the United States Marine Corps War Memorial, is dedicated to the marines who gave their lives during one of the most historic battles of World War II, the battle of Iwo Jima.
WWII Memorial - The memorial combines granite, bronze, and water elements with beautiful landscaping to create a peaceful place to remember those who served our country during World War II.
Vietnam Memorial - A V-shaped granite wall is inscribed with the names of the 58,286 Americans missing or killed in the Vietnam War. Across the lawn is a life size bronze sculpture of three young servicemen.
Korean War Memorial - Our nation honors those who were killed, captured, wounded or remain missing in action during the Korean War (1950 -1953) with 19 figures that represent every ethnic background. The statues are supported by a granite wall with 2,400 faces of land, sea and air support troops. A Pool of Remembrance lists the names of the lost Allied Forces.
Air Force Memorial - One of the newest memorials in the Washington, DC area, completed in September 2006, honors the millions of men and women who have served in the United States Air Force. Three spires represent a bomb burst maneuver as well as three core values of integrity, service before self, and excellence.
United States Navy Memorial - The memorial commemorates U. S. Naval history and honors all who have served in the sea services.
American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial - The memorial serves to educate, inform and remind all Americans of the human cost of war, and the sacrifices our disabled veterans, their families, and caregivers, have made on behalf of American freedom.
9/11 Memorial - The memorial, located on the grounds of the Pentagon, honors the 184 lives lost in the headquarters for the Department of Defense and on American Airlines Flight 77 during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The Memorial includes a park and gateway spanning approximately two acres.