Arizona Veterans Memorial

Bullhead City, Mohave County, Arizona

Inscriptions & Photos



"Arizona Veterans Memorial Park


Dedicated on November 11, 2002

to the servicemen and women from the

State of Arizona

who lost their lives in all the wars and conflicts

of the twentieth century


American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts of Arizona"

"Honoring our Veterans

Donated by Bullhead City and its Citizens"



In memory of the
U.S. Navy crewmen 
from the State of Arizona
who lost their lives aboard
the battleship USS Arizona
December 7, 1941
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Dedicated on November 11, 2000
American Legion Post 87
Bullhead City, Arizona"
"This monument once stood at the entrance
to the Pearl Harbor - USS Arizona memorial
in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
commemorates all the military personnel
killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor,
included the 1,177 crewmen of the
USS Arizona who lost their lives 
on December 7, 1941 
Donated by 
United State Navy Commander
Served 1968 - 1999"




This memorial was erected in the memory of the young individuals who went to war as kids and lost their youthful dreams, and some their lives, for a cause - freedom and honor - and came back as men with the horrors of war instilled in every fiber of their being and were never given the respect and honor they so dearly deserved from the public or United States government. 
God will one day judge our actions. Until then, He will shine on the lives of each veteran now and forever more because He was with each one of them in Vietnam. He is the only One that truly know what they went through and are living with every day.
Dedicated on Memorial Day 2005 by Arizona Veterans Memorial, Inc."






The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States Armed Forces to those who distinguish themselves conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of their lives above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against and enemy of the United States.


The first Medal of Honor action in our nation's history occurred at Apache Pass, Arizona on February 13, 1861, by U.S. Army Assistant Surgeon Bernard J.D. Irwin. 


During the Indian Campaigns 152 native Americans were awarded the Medal of Honor for action "on the ground" in Arizona. 


Arizona's Sylvestre Herrera is the only man in history to receive both the Medal of Honor and the Mexican equivalent. 


The first 11 Medal of Honor recipients listed below were Arizona native Americans who fought in the 1871-1873 Indian Campaigns. 


Memorial dedicated May 26, 2008 by The Veterans United Inc."


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