Memorial Day

Some Thoughts Written in Stone

Many will party, picnic and even fish over Memorial Day Weekend.  Just remember the price that was paid for our freedom.  Raise a glass to those who have paid the price.

What follows is a few National monuments to remember the Fallen.  Included are local tributes that are found on Military Installations and Texas Barriers scattered in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Rest Easy


Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers

The WWII Memorial on the DC Mall
The Price of Freedom
The Wall
Korean War Monument
The Korean War Monument

From Military Installations around the Nation

STRIKE Baghdad


502d Infantry (STRIKE) Afghanistan


504 Devils In Baggy Pants


The Rock
CURRAHEE 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment
5th Bn 20th Infantry
17th Infantry In Iraq
18th Infantry
23d Infantry


75th Ranger Regiment
75th Ranger Regiment Grenada


Col. Don Taylor, 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group commander at Balad Air Base, Iraq, stands in front of the Air Force Theater Hospital’s “barrier art,” a mural it took him more than a month to paint. Barrier art is found throughout the base and is an expression of unit pride and esprit de corps. His design, featuring the red-tailed P-51 Mustang, pays homage to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing’s Tuskegee Airmen heritage. (U.S. Air Force photo)
50th Infantry Brigade Combat Team
56th Brigade Combat Team
327th Infantry Bastonge Bulldogs
Sledge Hammer Brigade


1st Brigade 3d ID
1st Cav
Isiah 6:8  DUSTOFF
Rest Easy
Tradition and Honor
Riderless Horse

The Brotherhood
COL Tom Felts

Peter is a retired U.S. Army Infantry Officer. Married to the same gal for 34 years. They have an empty nest and very proud of all their young adults. They have a growing list of grand kids. Peter enjoys fishing, hiking, camping and introducing the outdoors to his grand kids and others. He is the editor of

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