Yes. Those are glider wings on the right. Last Summer we dedicated a scale model WACO Glider in Iron Mountain-MI. Next week another in St. Paul, MN. As the world's pre-eminent Airborne Division, the 82nd Airborne never got the credit it was due in WWII. And within the 82nd, the 325 GIR Glider Riders received even less credit. Thanks to LTC Guy LoFaro's new book, "The Sword of St. Michael" that is going to change.
Sir, is this a memorial to the members.
Of 82nd Airborne Division in World War II?
The symbol on the right looks like a glider.
That the reason for my question.
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