Pack attends Desert Storm Memorial groundbreaking in Washington D.C.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, State Rep. Renee Pack (D-Indianapolis) attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the Desert Storm Memorial in Washington D.C. The commemorative work on federal land commemorates and honors the members of the Armed Forces who served on active duty in support of Operation Desert Storm or Operation Desert Shield.
At the same time as the memorial was unveiled in the District of Columbia, the leadership of The Military / Veterans Coalition of Indiana made announcements for additional commemorative monuments in Indianapolis.
“I am incredibly honored to be a part of the unveiling of a remarkable and historic landmark commemorating those who gave their all to defend our country’s freedom,” Pack said. “As a Desert Storm Wartime Veteran, it was the highest honor and privilege to serve my nation. This memorial represents our country’s enduring victory and helps us remember all those who have served and sacrificed for our liberty.”
“Additionally, I look forward to seeing the beautiful monuments that will be constructed in our city to memorialize the Hoosiers who served in Desert Storm. Hoosier veterans have always led the charge in defending our nation with the utmost dedication, and I am thrilled to know that our devotion will be preserved for all to recognize.”