Korean War Memorial in Missoula, Montana

Pictures and text by Jamie Jenkins

The memorial site is in Missoula, Montana and I took the pictures on December 3, 2009. This memorial commemorates Montanans who served and died in what has been termed "America's Forgotten War". Here they are no longer forgotten in Montana where a state memorial was erected on June 14, 1997 as a tribute to their dedication and sacrifice.

This picture is taken standing back looking at the memorial as a whole in Memorial Rose Garden.
This picture is one side of the memorial remembering the 138 Montana men who died in combat constructed of black academy granite.
This picture features a map of Korea and a soldier looking down at the helmet of a fallen comrade.
This picture is of the Montana Korean War Memorial Committee, the ones who made the "Forgotten War" no longer forgotten.

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