| WARNER ROBINS, GEORGIA|
An outdoor memorial to Prisoners of War and those Missing in Action opened at the Museum of Aviation Flight & Technology Center at Robins Air Force Base. Several hundred people helped dedicate the large granite and bronze structure and listened to guest speaker, retired Air Force Brigadier General James Sehorn, who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam for over five years.
The striking 11-foot high memorial features a granite base ringed with the bronze insignias of all military services, a large American flag fabricated out of metal and finished with powder coat. Jon’s powerful bronze sculpture of a bald eagle breaking free from his chains sits atop the structure.
The museum is one of the largest aviation museums in the United States. Almost 10 million people have visited the museum since it opened in 1984.
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