The two-acre monument and park in Northern Las Vegas, NV is a tribute to the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve in our nation's armed forces. Featuring 18 larger-than-life statues depicting soldiers from the War of Independence to the Global War on Terrorism, as well as civilians, this memorial serves as a reminder of the proud principles on which this nation was founded and the spirit and heroism of those who have answered and will respond to the call of duty. The Nevada State Veterans Memorial in Las Vegas (NSVM, LV) is a national tribute that recognizes the service and sacrifice of Americans, especially Nevada veterans and their families. It is located in the Grant Sawyer State Building, just north of downtown Las Vegas, surrounded by granite memorial walls and includes a 7,220 pound Korean War Veterans Memorial honoring those who served in that war.
The UNLV Veterans Memorial is situated where the campus's academic malls meet, at the foot of the stairs leading to The Flashlight and Artemus W. It is the first of its kind in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Veterans Memorial Foundation is a tax-exempt 501 (c) (not-for-profit) organization based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lynn's team, which includes several military veterans, donated their time to install the monument.
Chuck Johnson, commander of the Korean War Veterans Association, officiated the ceremony which included placing a commemorative crown on the monument and reading the names of the 37 Nevada servicemen who died in the war. Vietnam War veterans received valuable quilts during a meeting at the Embassy Suites in Las Vegas. The sculpture symbolizes the improvised monument that surviving soldiers usually assemble on the battlefield with the boots, rifle and helmet of a colleague who dies in combat. Veterans, residents and dignitaries gathered Saturday at the Southern Nevada Memorial Cemetery to unveil a monument honoring those who served in the Korean War, including 37 Nevadans who lost their lives. A nonprofit organization will promote legislation to help veterans receive compensation for their exposure to toxic chemicals while working at a nuclear test site in the 1980s.
The Veterans Fraud Protection Act would increase penalties up to 10 years in prison for fraud aimed at a veteran, including mail fraud, general fraudulent schemes, and more. The Veterans Memorial in Northern Las Vegas is an important reminder of our nation's heroes and their service and sacrifice. It is a place for reflection and remembrance that will forever honor those who have served our country with courage and dedication. This memorial serves as an everlasting tribute to those who have given so much for our freedom and safety.