St. Robert Military Tribute & Freedom Rock

Freedom rock and military mural display honoring the United States Military

St. Robert Military Tribute & Freedom Rock

Saint Robert, Missouri 65584, United States

Created By: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center

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Display of rock murals representing various battalions and companies within the United States military. Featuring the Saint Robert Freedom Rock of the "Freedom Rock 50 State Tour". Located on Saint Robert Blvd. in Saint Robert, Missouri

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Freedom Rock is the featured boulder, part of the 50 State Tour created by artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II of Greenfield Iowa.  Bubba worked on the St. Robert mural August 26-Sept 8 2017.  The boulder is a massive 12 ft x 10 ft!  Each bou... Read more
Military Service murals painted by service members.  The large boulder to the west of the tank is The Freedom Rock which is part of the 50 State Freedom Rock Tour. The 50 State Freedom Rock Tour, created by the artist of The Freedom Rock; ... Read more
The Purple Heart and 1st Calvary Division emblems were painted in February 2017 by 1SG (R) Hector Mitchell.  Purple Heart - Is awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces who are wounded during combat and to the next of kin in the... Read more
Marine Corps
The Better Opportunities for Single Service Members (BOSS) Program supports the overall quality of single Service Members' lives.
Fort Leonard Wood and the hospital’s namesake is Major General Leonard Wood. General Leonard Wood attended Harvard Medical School and began his Army career as a Contract Surgeon. He also commanded the "Rough Riders" during the Spanish Ame... Read more
MISSION Provide Warrior-focused oral health care with an exceptional team of professionals, dedicated to excellence and unified in service.
35th Mission Statement: 35th Engineer Battalion transforms volunteers into disciplined Soldiers, inspires character, and trains Combat Engineer Skills at Fort Leonard Wood, MO in order to provide commanders with the Engineer Warriors needed... Read more
US Army Dental Corps
MSCoE Noncommissioned Officer's Academy emblem.
Motto: Cave FUMO Mission Statement: The 84th Chemical Battalion trains educates, and develops Soldiers and Leaders into Disciplined CBRN Warriors who are capable of enabling mission success anytime and anywhere. ...
MSCoE Noncommissioned Officer's Academy emblem.  
3rd Battalion, 10th Infantry Regiment emblem.     
Mission 795th Military Police Battalion transforms civilians into Soldiers of character trained in basic Soldier and Military Police skills required to execute policing, detention, and security mobility support across the range of military ... Read more
The 14th Military Police Brigade is a unit stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri,  providing the United States Army with Soldiers the basic and advanced skills required to execute policing, detention, and security mobility support of mi... Read more
History: The 787th Military Police Battalion was constituted 12 November 1942 in the Army of the United States. Activated 28 November 1942 at Fort Custer, Michigan, reorganized and redesignated 5 June 1945 as the 787th Military Police Servi... Read more
Mission Train and provide administrative, logistical, personnel, operational support, and mission command to 31B Military Police One Station Unit Training, 31E Advanced Individual Training, 31K Military Police Working Dog Handlers, Military... Read more
554th Mission Statement: The 554th Engineer Battalion conducts training to produce technically and tactically competent, values based engineers for the Armed Services; conducts leader development training to produce engineer leaders for the... Read more
Mission Statement: The 169th Engineer Battalion team of professionals continuously train Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, DoD civilians & Allied service members and develops leaders in Combat, General and Geospatial ... Read more
The 31st Engineer Battalion was originally constituted as the 31st Engineer Company on 1 July 1940 and activated at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The unit was reorganized, expanded, and redesignated on 15 December 1941 as the 31st Engineer Combat... Read more
The mission of the 43d Adjutant General Battalion is to conduct mixed-gender reception, processing, discharge, and rehabilitation operations for Initial Entry Training (IET), One Station Unit Training (OSUT), and Prior Service Soldiers. ...
The 509th Infantry Regiment is an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army.  Previously titled the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment, they were the first parachute infantry unit of the U.S. Army to make a combat jump during Wor... Read more
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The US Army Branch Insignia for the Chemical Corp The U.S. Army Chemical Corps History The U.S. Army Chemical Corps traces its history to the European battlefields of World War I. The European use of chemical weapons to break the deadlock o... Read more


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