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The 843 Tennesseans, including 3 Medal of Honor recipients, are honored on this memorial. A wall of black granite plaques lists the names of each of the fallen. In the center is a black granite slab with a map of the Korean peninsula and placed in front of the map are two life-size statues of fighting men – one of whom is a downed pilot with his pistol drawn and the other is an infantryman armed with a rifle. The memorial states it honors those who fought in the Korean War where communist aggression was defeated. The memorial was sculpted by Russell Faxon. War Memorial Plaza, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tennessee

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Tennessee Korean War Memorial
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