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Washington D.C. Trip April 6–9, 2006
Mom, Dad and Nick outside of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Washington, D.C. Foundation stone was blessed on Sept. 23, 1920.
Mom, Dad and Robin alongside the tomb of Bishop Shahan, who was founder of Basilica.
Mom and Dad inside the Crypt level of the Basilica alongside the bust of Bishop Thomas Shahan.
Dad and Dan alongside the donation engraving in memory of Babe Ruth.
Engraved donation from the Knute Rockne family.
Nick alongside the bust of Bishop Shahan.
Mom and Dad inside the Basilica.
Nick inside a rosary mysteries altar in the upper Church of the Basilica.
A meditation area paying tribute to the Medal of Mary.
Mom and Dad in front of the Pacific dome of the WWII Memorial.
Dan and Robin alongside the state pillars of Kentucky and Ohio at the WWII Memorial.
Four eagles statue inside the Pacific Dome.
Mom and Dad in front of the Washington Monument.
Mom and Dad in front at the WWII Memorial.
Dan, Robin and Dad in front of the pool at the WWII Memorial.
A marker which describes the purpose of the WWII Memorial.
Dad alongside the Navy emblem on the Atlantic side of the memorial.
Mom and Dad in front of the fountain of the WWII Memorial.
Dad in front of a design of the WWII Victory Medal which he received for service in the war.
Mom and Dad under the pillar of the state of Pennsylvania.
Wall of Heroes. 4,000 stars. Each star represents 1,000 battle casualties for a total of 400,000 during WWII.
Mom and Dad in front of the fountain with the picturesque Washington Monument and the Capitol.
The waterfall near the Wall of Heroes has the Lincoln memorial as a backdrop.
Dan and Dad at the base of the Pacific dome. Both are very familiar with service in the Pacific islands.
Mom and her guy on a bench at the WWII memorial with the Jefferson Memorial in the background.
Dan and Robin posing for a shot.
The Vietnam Wall. Nearly 60,000 names are inscribed with names from 1959 to 1975.
Lee Irving (from Heath, Ohio) was the son of a woman mom worked with. His name is part of Irving-Wick Road.
Mom and Dad outside the Korean War Memorial.
Close-up of the engravings in the Korean War wall.
Dan and Dad in front of the Marine Memorial depicting the famous flag raising of Mt. Suribachi on Iwo Jima.
Plaque describing the famous flag raising on Iwo Jima.
Dan and Robin at the Iwo Jima Memorial. We just finished the book Flags of our Fathers about the flag raising.
Arlington Cemetery tombstones for Unknown Soldiers. Ore than 260,000 people including veterans from all wars are interred in Arlington.
Funerals, including interments and inurnments, average well over 20 a day. The Cemetery conducts approximately 5,400 burials each year
Flowers were in bloom along with Cherry Blossoms during our visit.
We stayed on Ft. Belvoir, 12 miles south of D.C.
Nick, Dan and Robin in front of the Capitol at sunset.
Mom and Dad near the Capitol at sunset.
Ford’s Theater where Abraham Lincoln was shot Apr. 14, 1865.
The house where Lincoln died (across from Ford’s Theater).
Joe York and Nick in between Rugby matches. The Buckeyes were runners up for the tournament to Navy.
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