A memorial honoring those who served in the Korean War was dedicated Aug. 1 in the Presidio National Cemetery in San Francisco. Nearly 1,000 Korean War veterans, family members and supporters attended the dedication ceremony in the cemetery where 2,273 veterans from the war are buried. American, Korean and United Nations flags stand at the memorial, which features pictures and plaques illustrating the war. Some panels illustrate the challenges faced by U.S. Troops. Over 1,000 donors helped fund the memorial, including American Legion posts throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information, read the American Legion press release.
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