As envisioned a couple of years ago, the American Fallen Warrior Memorial would be built on a 20-acre site in City Park near Interstate 70 in Kansas City, Kan. The city of Kansas City, Kan., says it’s still open to the idea of a memorial but has not approved the donation of any land yet.
As envisioned a couple of years ago, the American Fallen Warrior Memorial would be built on a 20-acre site in City Park near Interstate 70 in Kansas City, Kan. The city of Kansas City, Kan., says it’s still open to the idea of a memorial but has not approved the donation of any land yet. American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation File illustration
As envisioned a couple of years ago, the American Fallen Warrior Memorial would be built on a 20-acre site in City Park near Interstate 70 in Kansas City, Kan. The city of Kansas City, Kan., says it’s still open to the idea of a memorial but has not approved the donation of any land yet. American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation File illustration

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