The Beirut Memorial was a gift from the citizens of Onslow County to honor those men that lived among us and gave so much.
A cedar of Lebanon planted to honor casualties of the 1983 bombing of Marine Corps barracks in Beirut stands over their graves in Burial Section 059.
This small red granite memorial in Waterloo Park was dedicated in 1984 by the Military Order of the World Wars to honor those from Austin killed in conflicts after the Vietnam War. It has the names of 3 Austin area Marines who lost their lives in the terrorist bombing of the Marine Barracks in Beirut, Lebanon in 1983.
Originally located at Penn’s Landing, the Philadelphia Beirut Memorial was dedicated in 1985 in honor of the Philadelphia Marine casualties of the Beirut Peace-Keeping Mission of 1983.
Within the area, Georgia Power, along with the Georgia DNR and Ducks Unlimited, has also established the Mark Prevatt Waterfowl Management Area, a waterfowl refuge where hunting is prohibited.
The flagpole memorial to John A Phillips, a New Trier graduate who died in the 1983 bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon
In 1992, a memorial was built for the nine U.S. Marines from Massachuchsetts who died in the Beirut bombing. The Massachuchsetts Beirut Memorial is located next to the Christopher Columbus Park in Boston.
|Oct 23, 1983||Beirut Memorial||
|Oct 23, 1984||Cedar of Lebanon - Arlington Cemetery||
Cedar of Lebanon - Arlington Cemetery
|Oct 23, 1984||Austin Marine Corps Beirut Memorial||
Austin Marine Corps Beirut Memorial
|Oct 23, 1984||Memorial at Camp Lejeune, N.C.||
Memorial at Camp Lejeune, N.C.
|Oct 20, 1985||Philadelphia Beirut Memorial||
Philadelphia Beirut Memorial
|Sep 25, 1986||Soifert Memorial Fields||
Soifert Memorial Fields
|Nov 5, 1988||CPL James Journeay Jackowski, USMC Memorial||
CPL James Journeay Jackowski, USMC Memorial
|Oct 23, 1991||Cpl. Mark Prevatt Waterfowl Management Area||
Cpl. Mark Prevatt Waterfowl Management Area
|Nov 11, 2012||SGT John Phillips Flag Pole||
SGT John Phillips Flag Pole
|May 28, 2017||Massachuchsetts Beirut Memorial||
Massachuchsetts Beirut Memorial
|May 29, 2017||Beirut Barracks Memorial - Arlington Cemetery||
Beirut Barracks Memorial - Arlington Cemetery
|May 29, 2017||Beirut Memorial Grove||
Beirut Memorial Grove
|May 30, 2017||Naval Air Station Memorial||
Naval Air Station Memorial
|Oct 7, 2017||Cpl. David Daugherty Park||
Cpl. David Daugherty ParkDaugherty Memorial Park in Eastlake. Daugherty, of Eastlake, was one of eight Marines killed in an attack in Lebanon in December 1983.
|Aug 27, 2018||William F. Moore Park - USMC and 9-11 Memorial||
William F. Moore Park - USMC and 9-11 MemorialA tablet by sculptor James S.J. Novelli, dedicated in 1929, commemorates 49 local residents who died in World War I. Another tablet commemorates the 241 US marines, sailors and soldiers who lost their lives on October 23, 1983 during a suicide bombing of the USMC Barracks in Beirut Lebanon. And yet another memorializes those who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.