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Kyle BryantApril 17, 2020Dr. Lori ParksArt 183Homework M3: Analysis1.)Korean Veterans War Memorial: Located close to the banks of the river in Washington , DC The Korean Veterans Memorial honors the boys and ladies WHO served in Korean. The black forty-one panel wall has over 2400 pictures of support personnel . The wall is split into Army , Navy and also the Air Force. The photographs were designated from 15000 images discharged by the National Archives, a part of the wall has inscribed the locution “Freedom isn't Free” The number thirty eight is extremely vital in understandingthis memorial. As you walk round the memorial you'll see nineteen stainless-steel statues.The statues represent the various branches of the military, Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines. On a sunny day you'll be able to see the reflection on the wall of the nineteen statues. If you count the nineteen statues and also the reflections on the wall you get thirty eight. The thirty eighth parallel is that the demilitarized zone. thirty eight months is however long the war lasted. Over 2 million non military were killed.The warfare Veterans Memorial was dedicated on Gregorian calendar month twenty seven, 1995, the day of the warfare peace.It commemorates the sacrifices of the five.8 million Americans WHO served within the U.S. armed services throughout the three-year amount of the warfare, from 1950 – 1953, and therefore the international organization nation partners.This memorial contributes to the American identity by showing the faces of the everyday people who fought for our freedom. Given the slogan is “Freedom is not free” it shows the patriotism those Americans showed and gave the ultimate sacrifice for our nation.

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