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WWII Monument - represents the 16 million that served in the US Armed forces during WWII. More than 400,000 gave their lives for freedom and in reality, for the deliverance of the Jewish nation of Israel.

Ordinary men and women served our country and the world - One was named General Mark Clark was one of the great heroes of WWII. He led the Salerno invasion that Winston Churchill said was "the most daring amphibious operation we have launched, or which, I think, has ever been launched on a similar scale in war." At the time Clark was promoted to Lt. General, he was the youngest man of that rank in the U.S. Army. He graduated from West Point in 1917. At the top of his class? Nope. He was 111th from the top in a class of 139. It is a monument to ordinary people who are heroes for their faithful service.

Memorials remind us of great events and people. We come to another great even in the life of Jacob. All of our monuments will not be Jacob, but the first two will.

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