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Korean War Memorials

State of Maryland

 

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Baltimore
 

Photos taken Memorial Day, May 30, 2005.

The site has oval walls which do not lend itself to picture taking as a front view prevents a suitable photo encompassing the outline of the Korean peninsula showing the 38th parallel, cities and areas of both sections of Korea.  In addition, the land slopes downward toward the harbor.

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A long view to see the full memorial

Preparing the site

Placement of the upturned rifle and chair representing the POW/MIAs

The Baltimore Chapter Honor Guard marching to the site area.  L-R: Sylvester Walker, John Voight, Leroy Thornton, Captain Ray Glock, Jack Cloman, Boris Spiroff, Sam Felder and
Charles Ridgeway

At attention - includes Marine and Vietnam Veterans Honor Guards and salute of Cub Scout

Maryland Chapter Firing Team

Attendees facing the ceremony
Photos courtesy Evelyn Reed, sent in by Robert S. Banker, President KWVA Chapter 33

Frederick County
 

The Frederick County Memorial is located beside I-70 near the Washington County line and its sister marker on I-70 at the Carroll County line. After several years of hard work, the stretch of I-70 passing through Frederick County was dedicated as the "Korean War Veterans Memorial highway" on Sunday May 3rd, 2004

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Gov. Glendening signing Bill H.B. 368

Hugh Schneider, Fred Parker and Bob Miles

Bob Miles and Lou Surratt

County and State Police at Washington State Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Photos courtesy of Bob Miles Chapter Vice Commander CID #142
 

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