Arlington National Cemetery catch up post 2

Audie L Murphy, one of the most decorated WWII soldiers, who received every military combat award for valour available from the U.S. Army.

To the glory of god and in grateful remembrance of the men and women of the armed forces who in this century gave their lives for our country that freedom might live.  Monument to the Soldiers and Sailors in the War of 1898-99 with Spain.

In memory of all veterans of the U.S. 4th. Infantry (IVY) Division

Leonard Wood Major General U.S. Army and his wife Louise Adriana.  Captain Medical Corps, Col 1st. Vol. Cavalry, Miltary Governor of Cuba, Chief of Staff of the army, Governor General of the Phillipines

Frances Elizabeth Belches, Army Nurse Corps World War 1

Monument to army, navy and air force nurses.

Harriet F Macarthur, Contract nurse US Army

Jane A. Delano.  Organizer and first director of the American Red Cross Nursing Services.  Superintendent of the Army Nurse Corps.

In memory of the women who gave their lives as army nurses in 1898.

In memory of the deceased members of the 1st U.S. volunteer cavalry Spanish-American War.
Memorial to American soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Bulge.

Buffalo Soldiers Centennial Ceremony plaque

To our dead heroes by the United Daughters of the Confederacy

Brig Gen Marcus J Wright, Cheathams Division

John F Key, Forrest's Co CSA

William T Goldsmith, Asst Surg CSA

Lt Cdr George A Erkus, born Istanbul Turkey

Montford Point Marines, The First Black Marines