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Air Force Memorial reviews
What an amazing sight. You can see this from most anywhere in D.C. The pillars are 400 ft high. This location also offers some great views back to the city. It has some information scattered...
What an amazing sight. You can see this from most anywhere in D.C. The pillars are 400 ft high. This location also offers some great views back to the city. It has some information scattered... more »
This is very close to one of my kids homes, so it was an easy decision to stop to see it. Of course, it is a towering memorial, so you can see it from afar, but it was impressive to see up close
This is very close to one of my kids homes, so it was an easy decision to stop to see it. Of course, it is a towering memorial, so you can see it from afar, but it was impressive to see up close more »
Air Force has always been my favorite branch, mostly because of the Thunderbirds! We saw this unique structure on our first day in DC. We happened to be going by the Pentagon, trying to get to the memorial, but it was already closed. Saw this right up the hill and didn’t know what it was. Drove up to it and fascinated to find out it is a newly constructed memorial. Really enjoyed seeing it up close and in person. Loved having accessible bathrooms. Excellent memorial - can’t wait to see it after the whole thing is completed!
We loved this beautiful memorial to the Air Force. The impressive three stainless steel spires are up to 270 feet tall and can been seen from afar. They evoke the contrails of the Air Force Thunderbirds. The place also provides excellent views of the city.
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