A Modern Day Time Capsule
The Felicity Stone
American History Monuments
History of the USA
Hall of Fame of Parachuting
History of French Aviation
The History of French Aviation won a European Air & Space Medal in 2003, and in 2008 the monument was gifted to France. Consul Philippe Larrieu in presence of Ambassador Jean-Marie Daillet accepted the honor on behalf of the French government: “In touching the monument, visitors touch France.”
Korean War Memorial
Engraved is a brief history of the Korean War, as well as the names of the 4,617 Marines and 107 Navy Corpsmen who died in the conflict. Each name is accompanied with rank and note of Navy Cross and Medal of Honor awards where applicable.
The Memorial was dedicated in 1998 by General Raymond G. Davis, USMC, Medal of Honor, in the presence of dignitaries, a Marine Corps Band and the entire Company C of the Fifth Marine Regiment, heroic in action during the war.
The French Foreign Legion
Any member of the Foreign Legion who keeps a clean record and survives 20 years of dangerous missions, is granted French citizenship with past transgressions expunged. Together with the Legion’s illustrious record, the concept of redemption through danger and suffering is worth a monument.