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Pensacola Korean War Moument
USA

 The memorial is oval shaped, with a tall granite plaque in the center which shows the outline of Korea, and selected data about the war.  Three bronze figures represent ALL of the military services, and, especially those who fought on the ground.  One figure illustrates humanitarian efforts by allies on behalf of the Korean people.  Two bronze statues accurately depict an ongoing battle with a platoon commander and his radio operator. (website)

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Uploaded: 16/06/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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