Veterans Memorial

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Honey Springs Civil War Memorial

1st Regiment Kansas Colored Volunteers

On July 17, 1963, at the Battle of honey Springs, the 1st Kansas Colored volunteers wrote a stirring page in American History, becoming one of the first black units of the Civil War to play a key role in a Union victory. As Major General James G Blunt, the Union Commander at Honey Springs, reported "the first Kansas (colored) particularly distinguished itself; they fought like Veterans, and preserved their line unbroken throughout the engagement.

Honey Springs Civil War Memorial

Five Civilized Tribes at the Battle of Honey Springs

On July 17, 1863, two armies clashed at the climactic Battle Of Honey Springs. The battle was fought on Indian land for Indian Territory and with the sacrifice of much Indian blood. One one side was a Federal Army of approximately 3000 men; facing them was 5000 Confederates. Although confronted by superior numbers, the Federal Forces had a clear advantage in artillery, rifles and supplies. The Confederate Forces had poor ammunition and few artillery pieces. When the smoke had cleared the Federal Forces held the field.

Jenks Veterans Memorial

Jenks Veteran Memorial

This Veterans Memorial is located in Veterans Park at Jenks, Oklahoma. This park is a very beautiful setting for a memorial. The memorial is made from gray granite and features an American Flag draped over the top of this obelisk style monument. There is an American flag and an Oklahoma flag located on either side of the monument. The front of the memorial reads "Dedicated to all those who have served". The inscription on the back reads "For those who have fought for it, peace has a meaning the protected will never know- author unknown".

Cherokee Warrior Memorial

Cherokee Warrior Memorial

Here is a new Veterans Memorial that we are working on, this is the Cherokee Warrior Memorial located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

SSGT AMbrose Moss cremain Memorial

SSGT Ambrose Moss Family Cremain Memorial

Gray granite with black granite tiles, has three sections to hold the cremains of the various family members.

Texas Panhandle War Memorial - Amarillo, Texas

Texas Panhandle War Memorial - Amarillo, Texas

This memorial is located in Amarillo, Texas and features many different sections in the memorial itself, they have a section for all of the wars with a brief description of each and the names of the ones who fought. with many bricks lining the memorial of all sponsors and a tremendous entrance piece that shows the branches of the military.

Texas Panhandle Panama, Persian, and Spanish - American War Memorial

Texas Panhandle Panama, Persian, and Spanish - American War Memorial

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1987-1990
The U.S. invaded Panama. After president Manuel Noriega had taken provocative action against U.S. citizens. The operation ended the day U.S. officials took Noriega into custody U.S. forces rapidly neutralized the Panamanian defense force and restored order. total U.S. casualties were 22 hostile deaths, 18 non-hostile deaths, and 240 wounded.

Texas Panhandle Veterans Memorial Vietnam War

Texas Panhandle Veterans Memorial Vietnam War

This is the Vietnam War Marker in the Texas Panhandle Veterans War Memorial and it reads " America's involvement in its most controversial war had its beginning in the early1960's as the country sought to protect south Vietnam from attack by north Vietnam. The U.S. Role for most of the first half of the 1960's consisted of advising south Vietnamese troops in their battle against north Vietnam, but in august 1964, two north Vietnamese gunboats reportedly opened fire on two u.s.

Texas Panhandle Veterans Memorial World War ll

Texas Panhandle Veterans Memorial World War ll

This is the World War II memorial section of the Texas Panhandle Veterans Memorial located in Amarillo, Texas. All the names are listed on the markers in remembrance of all of those that fought for us.

Texas Panhandle War Memorial World War l

Texas Panhandle War Memorial World War l

World War I began in Europe with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria on a visit to Sarajevo, Bosnia. the united states entered the war on April 6, 1917 as result of Germany's policy of unrestricted submarine warfare which violated its neutrality. the failed final German offensive of march 21, 1918 timed to occur before significant American forces could arrive, resulted in the abdication of the Kaiser and Germany being forced to sue for peace. The battles of Chateau-Thierry, Belleau wood and the Meuse-Argonne were primary sites of the American fighting.

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