Memorial project moves ahead

Katzaman, Master Sgt. Jim
October 1998
Airman;Oct98, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p11
Reports that the drive to build the Air Force Memorial in Washington, D.C., continues on track. Amount raised by the Air Force Memorial Foundation; Schedule of the groundbreaking for the memorial; Site design concept.


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