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The Indiana War Memorial and its adjacent properties (University Park, Veterans Memorial Plaza, and American Legion Mall) will be without power on June 15. Note: The Soldiers and Sailors Monument will be open that day from 10:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m

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Share your commemoration of a veteran with 1.5 million annual visitors to the Monument.

To purchase a brick or a souvenir brick, fill out your contact and billing details, the veteran’s information and enter payment below.

IMPORTANT: After your order is placed, please email a copy of the Veteran’s DD214 form to Bricksofhonor@indianawarmemorials.org so that we may process your brick request. For more information on accessing Veterans’ records, click here.

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Have you visited University Park this summer? University Park has plenty of benches and picnic tables and is a great spot to enjoy an afternoon outside in Downtown Indy this summer! 

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Today is the anniversary of D-Day. On this day - in 1944 - more than 160,000 Allied troops landed along a stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline on the beaches of Normandy. 

The sacrifices made by the Allied troops that day allowed for more than 100,000 service members to join the difficult struggle across Europe, eventually leading to an Allied victory. 

Learn more about D-Day and the many Hoosiers who made the ultimate sacrifice at the Indiana War Memorials Museum open Wednesday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm. Admission is free! 

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Today the Battle of Midway began in 1942. The Battle was a turning point in the Pacific during WWII.

Did you know Raymond A Spruance, the commander of the U.S. naval forces, was raised in Indianapolis and graduated from Shortridge High School? Learn more about Admiral Spruance and other Hoosiers who served in World War II at the Indiana War Memorial Museum open Wednesday through Sunday between 9am and 5pm. Admission is free!

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Looking for a fun activity this summer for the whole family to enjoy? 

Why not check out the PocketSights App! Download PocketSights - found in the app store -  and enjoy a personal tour of the Indiana War Memorials properties from your phone! 
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On this day in 1999 the Medal of Honor Memorial was unveiled. This Memorial pays tribute to over 3,500 Medal of Honor recipients from 15 different conflicts. Located on the canal just off Military Park, the Memorial is ever-changing as names are added on a yearly basis. 

Next time you're out enjoying the canal downtown, stop by and pay tribute to all the Medal of Honor Recipients listed on the Memorial. 

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The Shrine Room is one of Indiana’s Best Kept Secrets. 

If you are looking for a way to spend Memorial Day weekend and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms, a visit to the Shrine Room is a must. 

Learn more about the Shrine room: https://www.indianawarmemorials.org/2021/05/27/the-shrine-room/

The Shrine Room is located in the Indiana War Memorial and is open to visitors from Wednesday through Sunday from 9 to 5. 

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Please join us for this year's American Legion 500 Festival Memorial Service. The 500 Festival embraces a very important holiday amid its Month of May festivities - Memorial Day - a weekend to remember those Indiana men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice and who perished while serving in the armed forces defending the United States. 

The service will take place on Friday, May 24 at the Indiana War Memorial. The service is set to begin at 12:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. 

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On this day, in 1998, the World War II Memorial, located in the American Legion Mall, was dedicated by Governor Evan Bayh. 

The World War II Memorial consists of a half-circle of granite and limestone, in addition to a freestanding column. The half-circle features excerpts from Hoosier soldiers’ letters home to family and friends. Indiana lost almost 12,000 men and women during WWII and another 17,000 returned home bearing painful scars from the war. 

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