The 32nd Red Arrow Division Veterans Memorial

Photographed April 10, 2014
Erected 1971 by the John Hicks Trust Fund
Oshkosh, Winnebago County, Wisconsin
44° 1.559′ N, 88° 34.614′ W
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In Honor of
the Members of
The 32d Red
Arrow Division


Formed 18 July 1917
World War I
6 April 1917 – 11 November 1918
Campaigns "France"
Alsace • Aisne-Marne • Oise-Aisne • Meuse-Argonne
Casualties: Killed 2,671·Wounded 10,242·Prisoners 103·Total 13,016.
Occupation of Germany
17 November 1918 – 18 April 1919
—— ——
Activated 15 October 1940
World War II
7 December 1941 – 15 August 1945
Campaigns "New Guinea"
Papuan-Buna • Saidor • Aitape • Morota • Biak
"Philippine Islands"
Leyte • Luzon
Casualties: Killed 3,235·Wounded 10,711·Missing 178·Total 14,124.
Occupation of Japan
14 October 1945 – 28 February 1946
—— ——
Berlin Crises
15 October 1961 – 10 August 1962

The memorial is located at Red Arrow Park on northbound North Westfield Street on the northeast corner of the intersection of North Westfield Street and Taft Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54902.


There are several markers in Wisconsin honoring the U.S. 32nd Division. Use the "U.S. 32nd Division" label below to create a list of these markers.






See also, M6A03 Tank, also at this location.


9 comments:

Unknown said...

The park was a pretty good experience for me. I saw some tanks used in World War II and they are used at the park to honor our veterans.

Hunter said...

Cool park, nice tanks

Bryce Remy said...

This is an amazing site to go see, especially if you live in Oshkosh! It was a perfect Veteran's day to go out and see this! The monument is perfectly placed so you can see it from the street. This is a cool historic site for everyone to go check out!

Hunter said...

Cool park nice tanks

Unknown said...

I play baseball heroes and child and I'll always cherish this park

Jeff Schinker said...

This website was a really cool way to see some history of Wisconsin. I'm a teacher at Oshkosh West High School and used this site with my students.

Alissa Kies said...

Beautiful park. Glad that you put the history behind Red Arrow Park and photos!

Dezirae Smith said...

I used to Play on the tanks when i was younger and today for class our teacher took us over there to see the tanks.

Unknown said...

I came here as a child yearly for baseball and have always had fun going on the tanks.

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