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Memorial Wreath Endowment Program Tribute

March 4, starting at 8pm
Free Admission

Memorial Day is a day our country sets aside to honor those who served. At the National Museum of the Pacific War we have plaques honoring those who served, as well as ships and units in World War II. The Memorial Wreath Endowment Program is a perpetual tribute in which a wreath is placed by an existing plaque every Memorial Day. This helps to create a lasting legacy on this special day of remembrance. If you would like to commemorate a veteran through our plaque program or learn more about the Wreath Endowment program please contact Stephanie Hagee, Director of Memorials, at shagee@nimitzfoundation.org.

Please watch our video honoring all Wreath Endowment Members here. These plaques and many more can all be seen in the museum's Memorial Courtyard. Open to the public Sunday-Saturday 8-5.

Join Us For Our Virtual Memorial Day Program on Monday May 25th at 10:00 CDT

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