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Texas Pecos Trail Region

Participant in the Texas Historical Commission's
Texas Heritage Trails Program

Military History


Audie Murphy statue, Greenville
Audie Murphy statue, Greenville

"COME AND TAKE IT!"

Texans have seen their share of the battlefield. The Mexican War for Independence, the Texas Revolution, the Civil War, the U.S.-Mexico War, two World Wars, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, the wars in the Middle East, even the Cold War; all have left their mark on the men and women of Texas. We commemorate their courage and sacrifice with monuments and museums throughout the state. From the preservation of the Alamo to the Wounded Warriors project, we honor our victors as well as our fallen. We also indulge our compact with warcraft-the planes, ships, tanks, armor, guns, bombs, drones, and ammunition that comprise the tools of war. The USS Lexington, the aircraft Nose Art collection at the Commemorative Air Force Museum, and the National Museum of the Pacific War are but a few in a long list of institutions dedicated to exploring and explaining the consequences of confronting enemies on the battlefield. They also provide an important reminder of what happens when we go to war. World War ll veterans, members of the "Greatest Generation," remind us of the why.



Upcoming Events

  • Remembering Crockett County Veterans Exhibit at the Crockett County Museum in Ozona, TX

    November 1, 2017 (All day) to December 7, 2017 (All day)

    Crockett County Museum
    404 11th St.
    Ozona, TX  Texas  76943
    United States

    Each year, the Crockett County Museum in Ozona, TX, honors our veterans both past and present with an exhibit featuring photos, artifacts and memorabilia submitted by local families. Hundreds of photos and other items dating back to the Civil War...

  • Veterans Appreciation Dinner in Crockett County

    November 11, 2017 (All day)

    Crockett County Youth & Civic Center
    103 Medical Drive
    Ozona, TX  Texas  76943
    United States

    Veteran’s Appreciation Dinner for Veterans and their spouses at no charge. Others welcome with donation. Crockett County Youth & Civic Center, 103 Medical Drive. FMI contact Frank Tambunga 325-392-2827