Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Trail: 1966

© Photographed June 18, 2015 and June 4, 2017
Phillips, Price County, Wisconsin
45.671471,-90.39101 (entrance to the park)
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VIETNAM
VETERANS
COMMEMORATIVE
TRAIL

1966

April 12
Operation Rolling Thunder
1st B52 bombing of N. Vietnam

June 2
U.S. and S. Vietnamese commanders
called in napalm strikes
to halt N. Vietnamese attack

July 6
P.O.W.'s marched through
the streets of Hanoi
U.S.  forced to confront P.O.W. issue

Dec 16
9th Division deployed to
Vietnam - capable of
independent operations
with multiple units

Dec 31
385,000 troops

Sponsored by: The "Cowpie Classic"
Honoring Vietnam Veterans Service To Our Country

The memorial is located on the grounds of Fred Smith's Wisconsin Concrete Park, located on northbound Wisconsin Highway 13, at N8236 Wisconsin 13, Phillips, Wisconsin 54555.

NOTE: The memorial is in the back of the park, next to the Iwo Gima memorial.

Wikipedia: Operation Rolling Thunder
Operation Rolling Thunder was the title of a gradual and sustained US 2nd Air Division (later Seventh Air Force), US Navy, and Republic of Vietnam Air Force (VNAF) aerial bombardment campaign conducted against the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) from 2 March 1965 until 2 November 1968, during the Vietnam War.
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Click here to view all markers included in the Price County Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Trail.

located at Fred Smith's Wisconsin Concrete Park.


The marker in June 2015.



The marker is to the right of the Iwo Jima memorial.


At the entrance to Fred Smith's Wisconsin Concrete Park.


Signage leading to Wisconsin  Concrete County Park.

The memorial is located in Phillips, Wisconsin.

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