Below an American Legion emblem and bronze relief depicting American infantrymen attacking a German artillery position the inscription reads:
DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
RICHARD W. JUDD BORN DEC. 17, 1895 DIED ARIL 12, 1918
SIDNEY SEVERENS BORN MARCH 24, 1891 DIED JUNE 7, 1918
JOHN H. SLAUGHTER BORN APRIL 2, 1889 DIED OCTOBER 27, 1918
ANDRES MASCARENO BORN APRIL 14, 1891 DIED NOVEMBER 1, 1918
ERECTED BY JOHN H. SLAUGHTER POST No. 30
The bronze plaque is affixed to a large, locally sourced section of petrified wood which sits on a concrete pedestal and base.
Located in the Grotto of the Dayton, Ohio VA Medical Center. The original plaque was dedicated in 1984. On 11 Nov. 2018 the Miami Valley Military History Museum placed a new plaque honoring the Centennial.
This bronze statue of a Jewish Chaplain in World War I sits on top of a large stone base that also honors later wars. The statue is itself a memorial to World War I, listing on its wheel the number of American Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Nurses who died,116,516 and the 204,092 who were wounded in that war.
As Military Chaplains serve all personnel in the command to which they are assigned, this sculpture depicts the Chaplain holding a New Testament while most likely officiating at a soldier's burial service.
This memorial was sculpted by Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW, Post 3513 Commander Austin Deuel.
Commissioned for the Scottsdale Public Art Program
Located in the Bisbee cemetery is a World War 2 Memorial Monument that is guarded by a World War 1 era United States Army 3” Field Artilery Piece Model 1902, mounted on a No. 78, 3” Gun Carriage Model 1902, from the Rock Island Arsenal, 1905. All of these artillery pieces were used to train American gunners, but few were shipped to the front in Europe and none were used in combat.
Addition information from the face of the gun barrel :
AM&BR MFG. CO. BRIDGEPORT CONN 1904. 836 POUNDS NO. 65 W.S.P.
Also stamped into the barrel, above the breech: MIDVALE STEEL
This WW2 Memorial Monument was erected by: L.A. Engle American Legion Post No. 16
Army CPL. Leonard A. Engle, Jr.for who this Post was named, served with Company F, 355 Infantry Regiment, 89th Division and Died of Wounds received in the Argonne Campaign. His body was repatriated to the U.S. and buried at Arlington National Cemetery, December 30, 1920.