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The Brothers in Arms Vietnam War Memorial Monument is an 11′ monument with two life-size bronze figures. It depicts an armed American and South Vietnamese soldier standing back-to-back in combat uniform. These figures therefore represent the unity of brother warriors in battle.
Etched on the base is:
COUNTRY HONOR DUTY
Vietnam War Memorial 1955- 1975
The monument is the centerpiece of the Plaza of Flags, and rests on a raised concrete pedestal base, surrounded by flowers, wreaths, and a large ceremonial urn. The monument was funded by the Oklahoma City Vietnamese-American community and installed on July 6, 2017. The dedication ceremony was held on July 8, 2017.
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: Unknown