The Milwaukee County War Memorial thanks CBS 58 for its recent coverage of the Operation Renew campaign to restore the WMC.
Every Veteran has a story. We want to hear yours with WMC’s Veteran Story Project.
Join us at the War Memorial Saturday, September 27 at 10am for a community event celebrating the new children’s book detailing how the 9/11 Memorial steel beam on display at the War Memorial Center came to Milwaukee.
It was an emotional day for all those attending the 2014 Purple Heart Day of Honor Ceremony.
Every year, the War Memorial Center honors all those who have been given the oldest military award still given to members of the U.S. military — the Purple Heart.
The Milwaukee County War Memorial Center is pleased to announce an exhibition of 15 Korean War Posters, which were produced and distributed by the Department of Defense to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Korean War.
On June 7, 2014, spectators witnessed the re-dedication of the MacArthur statue in Veteran’s Park alongside the War Memorial Center.
Proper funding of Operation Renew will allow the War Memorial Center to implement the breathtaking enhancements to the existing facility as shown in the following project renderings from Eppstein Uhen Architects.
Milwaukee’s War Memorial Center accepted the challenge from Ken Burns to “Learn the Address” for his upcoming Documentary, “The Address” airing April 15th, 2014.