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The 100 servicemen from Connecticut, who died during the Battle of Iwo Jima, are listed on the
west side of the monument's black granite base.  We would like to remember these special men
who gave their lives for us.  We honor these men in our yearly ceremonies by announcing the
names and tolling a bell for each.  Families and friends are invited to participate in this ceremony.  
If you knew or were a relative of any of these 100 men, please contact us to find out more.

One of our dedicated SOS volunteers,
Kelly Nigro, created an on-line memorial for these 100 men.  
Anyone is able to post messages for or photos of any of these men.  You first need to sign up to be
a member of "
Find A Grave", which it is free to do.  Sign up by going here.
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Kelly's on-line memorial
to the 100 men KIA.
The beautiful Park photos
were taken by Kelly Nigro