Kansas Veterans Virtual Memory Wall

Joe Denoyer - November 7, 2021 7:23 pm

World War II veteran Frederick Carrier, 90, who says he help liberate the Buchenwald concentration camp during the war, waves a small American flag as he marches up Fifth Avenue during the Veterans Day parade in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

The Kansas Veterans Virtual Memory Wall at the Dole Institute proudly continues Senator Bob Dole’s commitment to honoring Kansas veterans past and present.
Here you can submit a profile and photo of a Kansan who served our country from World War II to today.
By late 2021, your veteran will be featured digitally online via this portal, as well as in the halls of the Dole Institute alongside Senator Bob Dole and 1,000s of other Kansas service men and women.
If your veteran was submitted into our original WWII database please do not resubmit – your veteran will automatically appear in our new Virtual Memory Wall. Please contact the Dole Institute if you would like to expand your veteran’s existing profile.
Questions? Contact [email protected] or 785-864-4900 during business hours Monday through Friday.

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