Coming to the Livingston County Airport – July 11th – July 14th
“Freedom is Never Free” Traveling Memorials
⇒ Korean Traveling Memorial
⇒Michigan Vietnam Traveling Wall
⇒Eyes of Freedom – 3/25 Lima Company (Iraq)
⇒Master Modeler Display Traveling Museum
Presented by: Connect Five Veterans Foundation
Hosted by: Disabled American Veterans Chapter 125
Disabled Auxiliary Unit 125
The Connect Five Veterans Foundation, the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 125 and Auxiliary Unit 125 are all-volunteer Livingston County organizations whose focus goal is to provide support to veterans, their families and our community.
Wall of Stars, Atlantic & Pacific Pavilions, 56 Pillars standing with oak and wheat wreaths.
Nineteen soldiers of the “Forgotten War” walking through a Korean rice paddy.
Honoring 2,665 Michigan soldiers who died while serving in the Vietnam War.
EYES OF FREEDOM
3/25 LIMA COMPANY
Life-size mural paintings of the 23-fallen Lima Company (Iraq War)
Opens at the Livingston County Spencer J Hardy Airport on July 11th at 8:00 am
Closes on July 14th at 3:00 pm
3480 W Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48855
Countdown to the Opening of the Traveling Memorials
“Here Marks the Price of Freedom”
We are asking for donations to help as we prepare for another successful event in July 2019.
Connect Five Veterans Foundation
The Connect Five Veterans Foundation with the help of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 125 and Auxiliary Unit 125 are proud to announce a historic visit of both World War II and Korean War Traveling Memorial replica’s to Livingston and the surrounding communities. We are extremely fortunate to have been able to secure both iconic and educational memorials and bring them to our community for display at the same event.
Memorials Coming in 2019
These powerful memorials pay tribute and honor to the sacrifices made by “The Greatest Generation” of World War II veterans and to the service of the veterans who fought the “Forgotten War” in Korea.
All are welcome to join us as the memorials will be available for viewing 24hr a day (rain or shine) during its visit to our community.
Planned daily tributes and scheduled events will be part of the visit. Mobile museum with World War II and Korean War artifacts will also be available for viewing and educational opportunities. Additional details and updates can be found on the Connect Five Veterans Foundation Facebook page.
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Join us as we prepare for the arrival of the Memorials to the Livingston County Spencer J Hardy Airport.
9864 East Grand River,
Suite 110 #275
Brighton, Michigan 48116