4ID Monument at the Combined Arms Center, Home of the Infantry and Armor on the ‘Walk of Honor’ site at the National Infantry Museum Ft. Benning, Georgia. Dedicated July 18, 2013. (above & below)
The McNerney Tree on the ‘Walk of Honor’ at the National Infantry Museum Ft. Benning, Georgia in honor of David H. McNerney, Medal of Honor recipient for action in the Republic of Vietnam, 22 March 1967. This memorial was donated and dedicated by the A/1-8 Chapter in 2012.
4th Infantry Division OIF Memorial at Ft Hood, Texas – was first Dedicated in September 2004, re-dedicated after OIF 05-06 in May 2007,and re-dedicated again after OIF 07-09 in May 2009. A special re-dedication was performed by the Garryowen troopers from the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment who refurbished and re-dedicated the OIF Memorial with a virtual ceremony on Memorial Day, May 25, 2020. 525 fallen IVY soldiers who died in Iraq are memorialized on the monument. (above & below)
This statue is part of the memorial at Ft Hood and was made from two giant bronze statues of Saddam Hussein, captured in Iraq by the the 4th Infantry Division, were melted down by an Iraqi artist to make a memorial to their fallen comrades. The cost of the memorial was paid for by donations from Ivy Soldiers, 4ID Association members and businesses and citizens from Central Texas and beyond.
Arlington National Cemetery – A Kousa Dogwood tree is planted in Section 21 of ANC in honor of the 4th Infantry Division. The memorial marker and the original Norway Spruce planting was dedicated July 1, 1993. (above) Photo courtesy of Fred Clinton
This monument is in memory of the men of the 4th Division of the United States Army who made the supreme sacrifice during the Meuse-Argonne Campaign of WWI. The Meuse-Argonne Campaign lasted from September 26 to November 11, 1918. Location: On the southside of the D-164, 1 km southwest of Brieulles. D164 Brieulles-sur-Meuse, Lorraine
This monument is in memory of the men of the 4th Division of the United States Army who made the supreme sacrifice during the great Aisne-Marne Offensive from July 18 through August 6 and subsequent operations in the St. Thibaut Sector from 7 through 12 August, 1918. The 4th Division advanced over 19 kilometers and crossed the Vesle River during this fighting. Location: On the northside of Highway N-31 (Route de Soissons E46) about 1km west of Fismes. E46 Fismes
This monument is in memory of the men of the 4th Division of the United States Army who made the supreme sacrifice while eliminating the St. Mihiel Salient from September 12 to September 16, 1918. Location: On the northside of the rue du General Marguerite (D-903), where it intersects with the D-904, on the eastside of Manheulles. D903 Manheulles, Lorraine