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The circular memorial site behind the National Infantryman Museum at the entrance to Fort Benning, Georgia honors the 173rd Airborne Brigade that was formed in 1963. The unit has fought in the Vietnam War as well as Iraq. The memorial consists of large black highly-polished marble walls framed in polished metal and inscribed with the names of those who were lost in combat as well as those who received the Medal of Honor in all actions from the brigade. The site includes a unit history and order of battle.

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