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Located adjacent to the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, the Veterans Memorial Freedom Flag Monument stands proud to salute, thank and honor all U.S. Veterans of the past, present and future. The Veterans Freedom Flag Monument is the largest...more
Am visiting from northern Virginia and my son and I went by to see the monument. Was very impressive and we spent some time going through the book where all the names are listed. The fact that there is soil from the different wars was...More
This monument is really cool to see both in the daytime, and at night. When you first enter the area, the monument looks like a giant flag, but when you get closer, you see that there are 5 individual structures that make up the flag....More
All seasons, day and night this is a neat place to go to. The lighting at night is especially cool. A relative of mine actually worked on placing the tiles and there is a lot of history and back stories that go with it. He...More
You can't. The bricks make up columns which make up the largest permanent flag display in the country. Bricks are painted red white or blue depending on where they are, no names at all. It is a different kind of memorial... More
You can't. The bricks make up columns which make up the largest permanent flag display in the country. Bricks are painted red white or blue depending on where they are, no names at all. It is a different kind of memorial than the Vietnam Wall and others which are mostly names. I see it's been a year since you posted this so perhaps by now you have found some other ways to give your brother the honor he deserves. The museum at the site was closed when I visited so I don't know if they could include a tribute to Herb inside or not.