Welcome to the Memory Walk at Lincoln National Cemetery.
Presented by Carole Martin and Genealogy Trails ©2006

DESTROYER ESCORTS
In Honor of the Crews who served aboard them
Destroyer Escort Sailors Association of Northern Illinois

Destroyer Escort Sailors sailed the seven seas, sometimes on an even keel atop the waves and even under the waves; tool untold lists but was always on station. This memorial is dedicated toward a common purpose, which was to be a unique sailor of the greatest ships of the United States Navy, the Destroyer Escorts and APD's.

 

AS THE EAGLE SOARS

In Memory of Those 2403 Gallant Americans Who Perished in the Service of Their County on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu December 7,1941

A Day Born Them Up on Eagles Wings

Remember Pearl Harbor

Dedicated by The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association of Illinois

IN MEMORY OF
CHINA- BURMA-INDIA
WWII VETERANS

 

In Honor of the Men and
Women Who Served

Organized in 1896
By Jewish Civil War Veterans

Donated By Johnson Phelps V.F.W. Post 5220

It's Ladies Auxiliary and Pup Tent #42

WE HONOR THE DEAD
BY HELPING THE LIVING

In Remembrance of those who served
 in the United States Amphibious Forces
on Board Landing Ship Tanks (LST's)

Dedicated By the
Illinois LST Association Inc.

May 18,2002

U.S.S. S-

One of 52 U.S. Submarines Lost in WWII
Sunk by Japanese Destroyer October 7,1943
There were only two Survivors.

Dedicated by Illinois Members of
U.S. Submarine Veterans of WWII.......October 7,2003

U.S. Submarine Veterans
WWII
"TO PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF THOSE
SHIPMATES WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
 IN SUBMARINE WARFARE"

IN MEMORY OF ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO WERE THE GREATEST OF THEIR GENERATION V.F.W.2791

TINLEY PARK, ILLINOIS

IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN
US NAVY ARMED GUARD IN WWII
ILLINOIS - WISCONSIN
VETERANS



IN MEMORY OF SSG MICHAEL J SUTTER EOD


IN MEMORY OF HAROLD P WILKINS JR. USGC


DONATED BY IL CHAPTER PEARL HARBOR SURVIVORS

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