Vietnam War Memorial

Vietnam War Memorial (HM1QK5)

Location: Fort Smith, AR 72901 Sebastian County
Country: United States of America
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N 35° 23.138', W 94° 25.593'

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1959 - 1975

— Sebastian County, Arkansas —

This monument is dedicated to the brave sons of Sebastian County, Arkansas, who, in the defense of freedom in South Vietnam, made the supreme sacrifice. In a controversial, complex and diverse struggle, they answered the call of their country in a manner consistent with the finest traditions of our homeland. On this date, your brothers and sisters pay homage to your efforts and sacrifice in the sincere belief that your sacrifice will one day, ultimately, allow men to live as brothers and peace reign everywhere. We will never forget you.
CAPT Karl Edward WORST, U.S. Air Force
MIA 2 Mar 1966
PFC Leroy KOLB, Jr., U.S. Army
9 Apr 1966
SSGT Andrew Thomas BEST, U.S. Army
25 Jun 1966
LCDR Richard Allan MORAN, U.S. Navy
MIA 7 Aug 1966
PFC Marvin Ray COLE, U.S. Marines
21 Feb 1967
SP4 Charles Eugene METCALF, U.S. Army
24 Nov 1967
PFC Danny Ray WEST, U.S. Army
1 May 1968
PVT John Edward RICE, U.S. Marines
28 Jul 1968
PFC Ledell JOHNSON, Jr., U.S. Marines
4 Aug 1968
BM2 William Anthony HANNA, U.S. Navy
28 Feb 1969
SFC Elbert James SAULS, U.S. Army
14 Mar 1969
SGT Roy Arnold WOMACK, U.S. Army
30 Mar 1969
HM3 Frederick Edward FURR, U.S. Navy
29 Apr 1969
LTC Garland Bryan KING, Jr., U.S. Army
19 Jun 1969
PFC John Victor GILKER, U.S. Marines
24 Jun 1969
CPL Stephen Allen SNIDOW, U.S. Army
12 Aug 1969
SP4 Carl Calvin BATES, Jr., U.S. Army
17 Aug 1969
CPL Billy Duane CRELIA, U.S. Army
16 Feb 1970
SP5 Kevin Reynolds KELEHER, U.S. Army
30 Apr 1970
SSGT Arthur Houston PRICE, U.S. Army
26 Dec 1970
LCDR Paul Amos STOKES, U.S. Navy
17 Oct 1971
These [following] individuals, though not officially listed with Home of Record as Sebastian County, Arkansas, lived here, went to school here, and had family here. They, too, are Sons of Sebastian County.
SP4 Richard Bert BRUCE, U.S. Army
18 Mar 1969
LJG David Phillip NEISLAR, U.S. Navy
20 Feb 1969
PFC Oscar C. PHILLIPS, Jr., U.S. Army
21 Feb 1967
Dedicated 6 Dec. 92
HM NumberHM1QK5
Year Placed1992
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, January 24th, 2016 at 5:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15S E 370434 N 3916743
Decimal Degrees35.38563333, -94.42655000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 23.138', W 94° 25.593'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 23' 8.28" N, 94° 25' 35.58" W
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Area Code(s)501, 479
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling North
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 25-49 AR-255, Fort Smith AR 72901, US
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