Illinois Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Local nameIllinois Vietnam Veterans Memorial
LocationSpringfield, United States

Illinois Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the 3,009 Illinois residents who were killed or listed as missing in action during the Vietnam War. Dedicated in 1988, the Memorial includes the names of the dead or missing carved in black granite walls that radiate from the central eternal flame. Supporting the flame are five vertical gray granite walls, each representing a branch of the armed services.

A vigil and memorial service is held each year on the first full weekend in May and on Memorial Day, as well as the first Saturday in December.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illinois_Vietnam_Veterans_Memorial

Official website https://www.illinois.gov/ihpa/Experience/Sites/Central/Pages/Vietnam-Memorial.aspx

Phone +1 217/782-2717

Address Oak Ridge Cemetery, 1500 Monument Avenue, Springfield, IL 62702

Coordinates 39°49'11.171" N -89°39'44.924" E

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