Sgt. Nickolas A. Mueller Memorial Bench

© Photographed August 28, 2016
Little Chute, Outagamie County, Wisconsin
44.280125, -88.316290
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Sgt. Nickolas A. Mueller
Crew Chief

In Loving Memory of Flight 747 3/160th SOAR(A)
KIA 26 October 2009 Afghanistan

The memorial is located at a plaza in downtown Little Chute and is accessible from westbound West Main Street / Wisconsin Highway 96, between Grand Avenue (to the east) and Monroe Street (to the west), at or near

Sgt. Nickolas A. Mueller, 26, died Oct. 26, 2009, when his MH-47 helicopter crashed while conducting military operations in western Afghanistan. He was on his third tour of duty with Operation Enduring Freedom.

Arlington National Cemetery: Nickolas A. Mueller

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Sgt. Nickolas A. Mueller, United States Army, 26 MH-47 Chinook 

See also, Jacob Coppus Post 258 American Legion Veterans Memorial, also at this location.

The memorial bench is next to the

The memorial bench is visible to the left.

The memorial is in front of the building to the right.
The windmill is an authentic, fully functioning 1850s design from the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands and is over 100 feet tall. It was designed and built in the Netherlands, by 4th generation Millwright, Lucas Verbij, disassembled, shipped to Little Chute and reassembled.
The memorial is located in Little Chute, Wisconsin.

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