The Lost Battalion Memorial is on the south side of the road D66/Charlevaux. It is in front of a green fence and is flanked by two flag poles. The memorial commemorates the combat of the 307th and the 308th U.S. Infantry Regiments of the 77th Division from the 2-7 October 1918.
The memorial is a stone sculpture containing helmets as well as a dove. It rests in a gravel base and is flanked by flagpoles. It was unveiled on 7 October 2008.
For more on The Lost Battalion: https://www.worldwar1centennial.org/index.php/finding-the-lost-battalion-home.html
This doughboy statue is located on the George C. Marshall Memorial Plaza in downtown Uniontown, PA. The inscription reads:
ERECTED IN THE YEAR 1936 BY UNIONTOWN POST NO. 47 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNTIED STATES. IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED OUR COUNTRY IN ALL WARS AND WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES THAT WE MAY LIVE AND PROSPER IN PEACE.
Dedicated on Memorial Day 2021, with the support of Coraopolis VFW Post 402 and Sewickley VFW Post 5756, this bronze Doughboy statue honors veterans from all 6 service branches who fought in wars from World War I to the war on terror.
The Fredericksburg Area War Memorial sits on an island flanked by Liberty, Barton and George streets in historic Fredericksburg, VA. Ten years in the making and built by the Fredericksburg Area Veterans Council, it was dedicated on Sept. 13, 2008. Two months later, on Nov. 8, it was officially turned over to the city of Fredericksburg.
There are 6 granite slabs arranged in a semi-circle with a granite capstone and frieze that bears the words OUR FALLEN HEROES in bronze letters. The names of 400+ veterans from Caroline, King George, Orange, Spotsylvania and Stafford counties, and Fredericksburg, who died in service are inscribed on separate panels representing World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, and the Global War On Terror (Iraq and Afghanistan). The names are suitable for tracing similar to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. This structure was designed and donated by the Potomac Region Veterans Council. A Walk of Honor, which leads to it on either side, is paved with inscribed bricks bearing the names of soldiers not eligible for inclusion on the memorial.
Also included on site is a Navy anti-aircraft gun and existing flagpole with a plaque bearing a Roll of Honor to those who served in World War I.