Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway

Photographed May 2, 2015
Irma, Lincoln County, Wisconsin
45.407625,-89.671462 (approximately)

2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 84. State trunk highways; federal aid.
84.103 Veterans Memorial Highways.
84.103(2)
(2) Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark the route of USH 51, extending from the Wisconsin-Illinois border to the Wisconsin-Michigan border, as the "Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of the Korean war. 
The sign is located on northbound U.S. Route 51, south of Exit 225 / County Highway S (to Tomahawk), Irma, Wisconsin 54487. 



Montage of images from the Korean War. Clockwise from top: U.S. Marines retreating during the Battle of the Chosin Resevoir, U.N. landing at Incheon, Korean refugees in front of an American M-26 tank, U.S. Marines, led by First Lieutenant Baldomero Lopez, landing at Incheon, and an American F-86 Sabre fighter jet (between circa 1950 and circa 1953).
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Looking north along U.S. Route 51.

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