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:

  • A photo or photos (required), easily taken with a smart phone (no persons shall be in the photos)
  • 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

To upload text or photos, simply click on "Add a Memorial" and follow the instructions. Submissions will be displayed after review. For support, concerns, questions, please contact us.

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Brigadier General James F. Brittingham

Brigadier General James F. Brittingham

Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport 3401 SW 11th Street Lawton, OK 73501


M110A2 Self-Propelled Howitzer

M110A2 Self-Propelled Howitzer "The Veteran"

Elmer Thomas Park 501 NW Ferris Avenue Lawton, OK 73507


Vietnam Veterans Commemoration

Vietnam Veterans Commemoration

Elmer Thomas Park 501 NW Ferris Avenue Lawton, OK 73507


Vietnam Memorial

Vietnam Memorial

Elmer Thomas Park 501 NW Ferris Avenue Lawton, OK 73507


Prague War Memorial

Prague War Memorial

City Park in Prague, Oklahoma 74864 - located approximately 45 miles east and 7 miles north of Oklahoma City


Veterans Memorial Buffalo

Veterans Memorial Buffalo

803 N Hoy St Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834


McLoud Veterans Memorial

McLoud Veterans Memorial

McLoud, Oklahoma 74851 McLoud is a town in northwestern Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, United States, and is part of the Oklahoma City Consolidated Metropolitan Area. The population was 4,044 at the 2010 census, a 14.0 percent increase from 3,548 at the 2000 census.[3] The town was founded in 1895 and named for John W. McLoud, attorney for the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad.[4] Contents [hide]


The United States Armed Forces Monument

The United States Armed Forces Monument

Seminole County Courthouse, 102 S. Wewoka Avenue, Wewoka, Oklahoma 74884


Clearview War Memorial

Clearview War Memorial

Clearview, Oklahoma located 5 miles east and 2 miles south of Okemah Town Location of Clearview, Oklahoma Coordinates: 35°23′48″N 96°11′18″W Coordinates: 35°23′48″N 96°11′18″W Country United States State Oklahoma County Okfuskee Population (2000) • Total 56 ZIP code 74880 Clearview is a town in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 56 at the 2000 census. It was historically an all-black town and was platted by the Lincoln Townsite Company and designated as Lincoln.[3] Geography[edit] Clearview is located at 35°23′48″N 96°11′18″W.[4] According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.2 square miles (0.52 km2), all land.


The Canadian County War Memorial

The Canadian County War Memorial

The Canadian County Courthouse, Second Floor 301 N. Choctaw St. (US Highway 81) El Reno, OK 73036


Cleveland County Veterans Memorial

Cleveland County Veterans Memorial

Reaves Park 2501 S. Jenkins Ave. Norman, OK 73019 Log. - 97.4403 Lat. _ 35.1932


Dedication to Colonel John L. Smith

Dedication to Colonel John L. Smith

North Park 501 N. Main Lexington, OK 73068 Log. - 97.3363 Lat. - 35.0202


Charlie McCown Park

Charlie McCown Park

Charlie McCown Park 200 E. Broadway Lexington, OK 73051 Log. - 97.3422 Lat. - 35.0152


They Died That We Might Live

They Died That We Might Live

Noble IOOF Cemetery 8399 Main Street Noble, OK 73068


In Gratitude For The Sacrifice

In Gratitude For The Sacrifice

St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery 1913 North Porter Avenue Norman, OK 73071


Sunset Memorial

Sunset Memorial

Sunset Cemetery Memorial Park 2301 E. Indian Hills Road Norman, OK 73071


FANT - KIA - War Dogs

FANT - KIA - War Dogs

Caddo County Court House, Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005


Minco Veterans Memorial

Minco Veterans Memorial

301 Main Street, Minco, OK 73059


Charles Burrow Dollarhide, Department Service Officer Memorial

Charles Burrow Dollarhide, Department Service Officer Memorial

Memorial Park Cemetery, 13400 N. Kelley Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73131-1232, on the east side of Kelley Avenue. The cemetery is on the border of north Oklahoma City and south Edmond with the Broadway Extension or State Hwy 77 running roughly N/S and parallel to the west of Kelley. The Kilpatrick Turnpike runs E/W and is just south of the cemetery. Memorial Road is the north boundary of the cemetery and there is an exit off of the Broadway Extension. https://goo.gl/maps/SGHho9NHhm22


The Tower of Memories, Memorial Park Cemetery

The Tower of Memories, Memorial Park Cemetery

Tower of Memories, Memorial Park Cemetery, 13400 N. Kelley Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73131-1232


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