Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial
The historically correct bronze statues at these memorial sites along the pathway provide strong visual images to portray the look of our brave veterans throughout our nation’s history.
The War on Terror Memorial – This is the first of several memorials planned to commemorate the major wars the United States has fought.
The American Revolution Memorial features a dramatic bronze Continental soldier named Liberty or Death.
Come and Take It was dedicated to the heroes of the War for Texas Independence on the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Gonzales.
marking the 50th anniversary of the Korean War, a dual bronze statue entitled Katchi Kapshida (We Go Together) features the likeness of a Korean soldier and an American soldier standing to together to face the enemy.
Day of Infamy was dedicated honoring those who fought in the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II.
Don’t Give Up the Ship was dedicated honoring those who fought in the War of 1812.
Letters from Home, an Army infantryman representing the World War II European Theater of Operations and a US Army infantryman.
Hot LZ, a life size bronze fuselage of a Huey helicopter hovering over the ground as it drops off soldiers during the Vietnam War.
The sole purpose is to recognize and honor the service and sacrifices of all American veterans past, present and future. The unique Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial was the vision of many local veterans, friends and organizations.
Everyone is invited to enjoy this beautiful place and to reflect on the service and sacrifices of our veterans and their families. The lasting value of this memorial is its investment in the education of future generations to share with them the fact that freedom comes at great cost and is not free.