Nash County Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Rocky Mount
This marker, honoring Vietnam War veterans from Nash County, is composed of a central low marble stele accompanied by a stone bench on each side of the site. The marker is engraved with commemorative text and the image of the American eagle. The eagle is flanked on the left by a small bas-relief engraving of the American Flag and on the right by a bas-relief engraving of the insignia of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The benches are engraved on the front face of the seat with an inscription acknowledging their sponsor.
Marker: DEDICATED TO / VETERANS THAT SERVED / DURING THE / VIETNAM CONFLIECT / ERECTED BY / VFW POST 2057 / JUNE 14, 1983
Benches: DONATED BY VFW LADIES AUXILIARY / POST 2057 ROCKY MOUNT JUNE 14, 1983
June 14, 1983
35.949430 , -77.817850
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Marble marker, stone benches
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2057 (marker), Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2057 Ladies Auxiliary (benches)
The memorial sits in a grass-covered median at the intersection of Beal Street, Bryant Street, and Sunset Avenue across from City Lake. The inscribed face of the marker faces roughly southeast.
The marker sits in a small park-like area, in the center of a small circular garden with four short paved paths leading to it. The benches are located to the right and left just outside the circular area. Shade trees surround the site.