Across the country and around the world, U.S. war, military and veterans memorials stand to honor those who served in uniform and the battles they fought to protect our nation’s freedoms. The American Legion is now establishing a database to identify the locations, document histories and share photographs of our nation’s monuments and memorials to those who have served.
Key points for each submission include:
- Location of the memorial, mapped if possible
- Purpose of the memorial, such as who it honors and why, in just a sentence or two
- Date of the memorial’s installation and who originally installed it
- A brief assessment of its condition today
- A photo or photos, easily taken with a smart phone
To upload text or photos, simply click on "Add a Memorial" and follow the instructions. Submissions will be be displayed after review. For support, concerns, questions, please contact us.
In the central Plaza, in a traffic circle in the middle of downtown New Braunfels, Texas 78130, across from the Comal County Courthouse.
LeFlore County, Oklahoma (Zip codes 74937 & 74949 included). The roadside memorial sits along U.S. Highway 259, immediately southwest of the intersection of Highway 259 and Oklahoma State Highway 63. The general location is south of the Talimena Scenic Drive and north of the Kiamichi River.
The statue stands outside the entrance to the Airborne and Special Operations Museum facing north looking towards the North Carolina Veterans Park. The museum is located at 100 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, NC 28301.
The memorial is located in front of and to the left of the Burke Country Courthouse at 201 South Green Street in Morganton, NC.
The monument is located on the right side of the eastern entrance of the Lincoln County courthouse. The primary streets of Lincolnton (East and West Main, and North and South Aspen) radiate from the courthouse square; the monument sits across from the beginning of East Main St.
Pawnee, Pawnee County, OK 74058. The cemetery is located 1.3 mi north of the Black Bear Creek Bridge, on the road leading north out of town. The cemetery is to the east of Oklahoma State Highway SH 18, along county road 4500. A green roadside cemetery sign marks the entry off SH 18, and a large “Highland Cemetery” sign is positioned on high ground to the north of the entry on road 4500. The memorial site is located in the extreme northeast part of the cemetery. Enter at the paved road east of Gate 5, at the chapel, some .3 mi after entry onto road 4500. Proceed up the road north of the memorial chapel some .1 mi. The memorial flagpole and gate structure will be prominent on the right side of the road.
350 N Wall St, Kankakee, IL 60901
450 E Court St, Kankakee, IL 60901
14 South State Street, New Ulm, MN 56073
Perry, Noble County, OK 73077. Located in the northeast area on the Noble County Courthouse lawn, along Delaware Street, near the intersection of 6th Street, in Perry, OK.
Stillwater, Payne County, OK 74075. The memorial is located in the northern part of the city, about midpoint on the east side of Boomer Lake, along Husband St. - accessed by Lakeview Rd on the south, and Airport Rd. on the north. The memorial rests on a finger of land that extends from the shore out into Boomer Lake.
Sheffield Lake OH Memorial Park. The park is located one block south of Lake Rd. On Howell Ave between Tennyson and Ivanhoe Avenues.
176 East Main St. Jackson, Ohio 45640
Moore Cemetery is located just south of the historic Bellefontaine House, which is at 309 South Church Street.
The cemetery is only available to view during the Bellefontaine House Museum open hours.
Cemetery Avenue, New Ulm, MN 56073
N 44° 19.958 / W 094° 29.214
Plain City, OH 43064
Main Street Loudonville, Ohio 44842
339 S. Wood Street Loudonville, Ohio 44842
800 McKinley Monument Dr. NW
Park Street Chillicothe, Ohio 45601