The Korean War was known as "The Forgotten War," as it soon followed World War II, and Americans, war-weary, preferred to not think about it. Those who served, many who had also served during WW II, said the Korean War was worse than WW II, with temps often -35 degrees.
The ceremony will include two Korean War Veterans, who won't mind the heat after serving in the coldest war.
A half-sized replica of the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C., along with Korean War re-enactors, will be stationed at Memorial Park all day Friday & Saturday, July 28 & 29.
All are welcome to this ceremony to honor our Korean War Veterans. While registration is not required, it would be helpful to know if Korean War Veterans and/or families of Korean War Veterans are attending. Please email: info@PatrioticProductions.org.
The Korean War Memorial and re-enactors can be seen at Memorial Park all day Friday & Saturday, July 28 & 29.
More info: www.PatrioticProductions.org