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Nevada Department of Veterans Services hosts this page as a tribute to the Nevada Veterans Memorials found across the great State of Nevada.
Among the more notable (and known) memorials NDVS will begin featuring here are:
The Nevada State Veterans Memorial, Las Vegas serves as a reminder to all that we will forever honor the heroism and spirit of those who have and will serve in our Nation’s military. Now constructed, the memorial is located on the grounds of the Grant Sawyer State Building, just north of downtown Las Vegas.
The construction of the Memorial to the Fallen was authorized, through SB 230, in the 78th Legislative Session. Since then, many people have come together, and a Request for Qualification was released, inviting artists to submit their resumes for consideration.
(Note: the deadline to submit the RFQ has passed.)
Click here to read SB 230, authorizing the construction of the Memorial to the Fallen
Nevada Army Guard Chinook Helicopter-call sign: Mustang 22 was shot down in Afghanistan on September 25, 2005 at 0305z. The memorial was dedicated on September 25, 2010 – the 5 year anniversary. It is located at the Army Aviation Support Facility in Reno and is dedicated to their memory.
Click here to be re-directed to the Mustang 22 Memorial Facebook page
We seek your help in locating and identifying the many Veterans Memorials – of all sizes and configurations across Nevada’s rural and urban landscape — to populate this web page and provide a blueprint for Veterans supporters interested in knowing more about the State’s legacy of Military service and visiting these sites.
If you know of a veteran memorial in the state, please email the Department at: Pio.firstname.lastname@example.org