Korean War Veterans Association, Inc.

Korean War and Korea Defense Veterans... A Continuity of Service in the Defense of Freedom
Incorporated June 14, 1985… Chartered by Congress June 30, 2008


Korean War Memorials

Commonwealth of Virginia


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Memorial Park, Hampton, VA - 2007.

John T. Edwards, “C” 3rd Engineer, Past Commander of KWVA Department Virginia, is pictured with the Memorial.  Chapter 191 of the Korean War Veterans Association in Hampton, VA, collected the donations needed to be able to build it.

Locust Grove

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Memorial Chapter 128 of Locust Grove, VA erected at the Clubhouse of our gated community called Lake of the Woods.


This Memorial is located at the Quantico Marine Corps Base in Quantico VA at the intersection of Broadway Avenue and South Street, on the left when traveling west on Broadway Avenue. The Memorial is located near at least eight other memorials located within walking distance.

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Front View of Memorial

The Molly Marine Statue and Gray Research Center can be seen in the background.

This picture was taken the day the markers were installed. They were covered with black cloth prior to the dedication ceremony.


All Photos Courtesy of  Kevin W., October 23, 2007


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On June 20, 2013, the Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313, Korean War Veterans Association dedicated their Korean War Memorial to honor the fallen warriors of the Korean War from Winchester, Frederick County and the counties contiguous to Frederick County located in both Virginia and West Virginia.

The Memorial, erected in the Jim Barnett Park in Winchester, VA, features a granite stone bearing an engraved image of the Korean Peninsula along with the names of all of the men from the area who were killed-in-action in Korea. Also featured are benches honoring members of the Chapter who were Prisoners of War in Korea and five pairs of bonze combat boots representing the five branches of our United States military — Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. A recent addition to the Memorial is an area that is dedicated to the deceased members of the Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313.

The Memorial was funded solely with private money that was raised primarily through the sale of engraved brick pavers bearing the names of veterans of all of our wars. No public money was used in the construction of the memorial.

Participating in the dedication on June 20, 2013 were the Republic of Korea Defense Attaché attached to the Korean Embassy in Washington, D. C., Brigadier General Lee, Seo Young, U. S. Army Colonel David J. Clark, the Chairman of the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Commemoration Committee, and the Honorable Elizabeth Minor, the Mayor of Winchester along with members of the Shenandoah Valley Chapter.

This is a very beautiful Memorial, erected in a prominent location in the Park. We are very proud of the Memorial which is a fitting tribute to our young men who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our Korean friends from impending Communist domination.

Freedom is not Free!

Submitted by,

Lew Ewing
Past Commander of CID 313


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