"328th Infantry Rock," World War One memorial in front of the Airborne Museum at Fort Bragg

Pictures by Patrick Shrier, text by Mark R. Hatlie

These pictures were taken at Fort Bragg in April, 2008. This memorial is in front of the museum directly adjacent to the Vietnam memorial and the memorial for the fallen in the Global War on Terror.

The stone reads, "Dedicated to the memory.of the men of the 328th Infantry 82nd Division A.E.F. who made the supreme sacrafice for America in the World War".
The adjacent plaque reads, "328th Infantry Rock / Carved in 1919 by a Georgia stonemason to pay tribute to the 82nd Division's 328th Infantry. Moved from Camp Gordon, Georgia first home of the 82D, to Fort Bragg in the 1950s.".

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