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Design approved for Gulf War memorial on the National Mall
The effort to build a National Desert Storm Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., passed a significant milestone last week with formal approval of a design concept granted by the U.S. Commission on Fine Arts.
The worst submarine disaster in US history is finally getting a memorial at Arlington National Cemetery
Judy Douglas' brother was one of 129 men who died when the USS Thresher sank in 1963. "Long time coming," Douglas said of the memorial. "I mean it's going to be quite an experience."
Families of Afghanistan fallen fear their memorials will be left behind
With a final U.S. pullout from Afghanistan possibly imminent, families of the fallen fear that combat-zone memorials may be lost for good.
Supreme Court rules that Maryland ‘Peace Cross’ honoring WWI military dead may remain standing
A 40-foot-tall (12 meters) cross-shaped war memorial standing on public land in Maryland does not constitute government endorsement of religion, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday
100 Years After World War I, The National Memorial In Washington Remains Unfinished. Here’s Why
Nov. 11 marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I, but the national monument in Washington,...
Why It’s Wrong To Build A War Memorial For Operation Desert Storm
I didn’t realize there was a movement afoot to build a monument specifically to Operation Desert Storm, the 1991 100-hour...
A Powerful Look At How Gold Star Families Mourn Their Fallen Kin
Photographer Inbal Abergil remembers her confusion the first time a friend invited her to the beach for Memorial Day, shortly...