s WWII 96th Infantry Division

Deadeye Memorials and Exhibits

 

Don Dencker has worked dilligently with the 96th Infantry Divison Association Heritage Fund to place Memorials dedicated to the 96th Infantry. There are now memorials in the North, East, South and West of the USA and memorial sites in other countries.

 
Click Cemetery Names for Links to those sites

Arlington National Cemetery

Also see PDF of dedication of Monument and LIving Memorial Tree

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Camp Adair

Also see PDF document of the dedication at Camp Adair

Camp Adair, OR

June 6, 1988

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Ft. Benning Museum

Georgia Infantry School

Also see PDF Monument Dedication

   

Pacific War Museum

Also see PDF document of the Memorial Plaque Dedication

96th Infantry Division Association Monument

Admiral Nimitz Museum plaque

Fredericksburg, Texas

June 21, 2001

 
     

National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific War in Japan

Also see PDF document of the Memorial Monument Dedication

 

Large commemorative plaque and a small Divisional plaque

Map of Nation Memorial Cemetery of the pacific

Fort Snelling National Cemetery

Granite Monument

more information needed

The 96th Infantry Division Deadeye Association provided a granite monument with a bronze plaque to honor the memory or our fallen comrades of the 96th Infantry Division, U.S. Army who were killed on Leyte, Phillippines or Okinawa, Japan.

For all Deadeyes who fought with valor and distinction to defeat Imperial Japan during World War II.

96th Infantry Division monument dedication

     

96th Infantry Division Okinawa

Also see PDF file of Monuments in Okinawa

Restored Monuments to Col. May and Brig. General Easley on Okinawa
 
     

Fort Douglas Museum

Also see PDF document of 96th Infantry Division Okinawa Battle Heritage Exhibit.

June 14, 2003

     

Eldred World War II Museum

Division Display

Eldred, PA

     

MacArthur Memorial

96th Infantry Flag presented

Norfold, Virginia

     

Medal of Honor Memorial Building

Dedication of Beauford Anderson Hall.

Fort McCoy, Wisconsin

December 15, 2000

Click image to go to website honoring Beauford Anderson

     
     
Memorial Library Leyte    
Fort Lewis Museum more information needed  
Cam San Luis Obispo more information needed  

Camp White Museum

more information needed
 

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