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Photo Credit: Photo by Jamie Carson, CASCOM Public Affairs Office The identification tags on the Fallen Warrior Memorial represent the 199 sustainment Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice supporting operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn. The tags are hung across a rifle, which is a component of the memorial that is on display at the Army Logistics University. The cast bronze memorial was presented to the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command...
The War Dog Memorial at Hartsdale Pet Cemetery was dedicated in 1923 to honor the military working dogs that served in World War I and all succeeding conflicts. The War Dog Memorial - believed to be the first memorial of its kind - is designated as a landmark in Westchester County and is listed in the Art Inventories Catalog of the Smithsonian Institute.
The Fighting Newfoundlander monument at Bowering Park stands in recognition of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment - the "Blue Puttees" - (the only Canadian unit) at Gallipoli and later at Beaumont Hamel where 710 of the 801 officers and men who took part in the assault were casualties.The monument was unveiled on September 13, 1922 in Bowring Park as a memorial to the Newfoundland soldiers who fought in World War I.
Korean War Memorial | Washington DC | The 19 stainless steel statues are approximately 7-feet tall represent an ethnic cross section of America. The advance party has 14 Army, three Marine, one Navy and one Air Force members. They stand in patches of juniper bushes and are separated by polished granite strips, which give a semblance of order and symbolize the rice paddies of Korea.