The Three Soldiers, Detail statue was unveiled and dedicated July 12, 2008 as an unending expression of our gratitude to the living, fallen, and missing veterans of the Vietnam War and all of our nation's wars.
The Three Servicemen Statue is part of The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C. (1982 - 1984). Along with The Wall, this monument serves as a symbol of our nation's honor and recognition of the men and women who served in the Vietnam War. This monumental figurative work of soldiers speaks to what renowned sculptor Frederick Hart called "their true heroism that lies in the bonds of loyalty". It is a visual reference for the ages of their courage and devotion to their country.
The Three Servicemen Statue South non-profit organization was created to raise the necessary funds to bring this one-of-kind detail of the original sculpture to Apalachicola, Florida. The Three Soldiers, Detail bronze sculpture, made from part of the original molds, is set on a black granite pedestal and is the centerpiece of Apalachicola's Veterans Memorial Plaza.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jimmy G. Mosconis, President
Mark Curenton, Secretary/Treasurer
James S. Elliott
Al Mirabella, Jr.
George W. Duren
Helen Townsend Spohrer
Dewey A. Blaylock
Nick Yonclas, Legal Counsel
Genie Nichols, Assistant to President