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The Nevada State Veterans Memorial, Las Vegas serves as a reminder to all that we will forever honor the heroism and spirit of those who have and will serve in our nation’s military. Now constructed, the memorial is located on the grounds of the Grant Sawyer State Building, just north of downtown Las Vegas.
The Nevada State Veterans Memorial, Las Vegas (NSVM, LV)—A National Tribute—is a monument recognizing the service and sacrifice of Americans, especially Nevada veterans and their families. The two-acre memorial and park features 18 larger-than-life statues, depicting soldiers, from the Revolutionary War to the Global War on Terror and civilians. The memorial serves as a reminder to forever honor the proud principles upon which this nation was founded, and the spirit and heroism of those who have, and will, answer the call of duty.
This monument tribute to our veterans was created by the Las Vegas Memorial Foundation (LVMF), headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Foundation was created by American Shooters, Inc., a veteran-operated business in Las Vegas. The LVMF partnered with the State of Nevada Department of Veterans Services in providing a stunning location for this world-class national memorial and the support necessary for its creation and operation.
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