ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – The Korean War Veterans Association will dedicate a memorial to Korea Defense Veterans, those who served in Korea since the Armistice, at 11 a.m. on Veterans Day at the New Jersey Korean War Memorial in Atlantic City.

Thomas McHugh, National Director of the Korea War Veterans Association will preside. Mike Davino, Colonel US Army Retired, a former national president of the 2nd Indianhead Division Association, will make remarks. The program includes the memorial unveiling, a memorial blessing, wreath presentation, and taps. A color guard from Taejon Chapter 170, KWVA will present the national colors and the Harmonic Quartet will sing our National Anthem and patriotic songs.

Other participants include Elder Kyu Ho Park of the Arcola Korean United Methodist Church; Charles Koppelman, Commander of the Korean War Veterans Association Department of New Jersey; Atlantic City Mayor Donald A. Guardian; George Bruzgis, National Director of the KWVA; and Brigadier General Edward Chrystal Deputy Adjutant General NJ Department of Military & Veterans Affairs.

The public is invited.

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...