Meditation Garden - The first of six memorial gardens contains memorial stones recognizing donors.
Below - Memorial stone honoring the members of the
116th Assault Helicopter Company.  Laying across
from the stone are bricks that contain the names from
the 116th who were killed in action.
Contemplation Garden - This garden contains the only replica of the Camp Holloway Memorial Wall that was located on the post in
Pleiku, South Vietnam.
Below is a memorial stone created to honor the members of the 170th Assault
Helicopter Company, who were killed in action.   This stone was created, to
resemble the original memorial, which was left behind in Pleiku in 1971.  The
last known picture of the Pleiku monument is shown below.
Vietnam Memorial Garden - This garden contains a
1/2 scale replica of the Vietnam Memorial in
Washington, D.C. This memorial wall, like the one in
Washington DC, are unique in that they are the only
two walls that are updated,  as Vietnam veterans die
from conditions directly attributed to the Vietnam War.  
Below - Stones honoring combat troops of the 25th
Infantry Division.
Right - A stone
honoring MAJ Sam
Newcomb.  In
addition to serving  
multiples tours in
Vietnam, he was the
highest ranking
officer serving at Ft.
Wolters when it was
closed.
Left - Stone honoring the
Casper Platoon of the 173D
Airborne Division.  
Click Here
to see a video of the
ceremony for the placement
of the stone, by members of
the Casper Platoon at the
museum.
Left - Stone honoring the
aircrew members and
support personnel who
flew or maintained these
aircraft.  These aircraft
were the first fixed wing
Army aircraft, deployed as
aviation units to South
Vietnam, in 1962, three
years prior to the use of
US ground forces.
Semper Fi Garden- This
garden recognizes the role the
marine corps played in the
Vietnam War.
Reflection Garden- This garden flys the
flags of all of the allied nations involved
in the Vietnam War.