The Virginia World War I and World War II Commemoration Commission was created by the Virginia General Assembly to plan, develop and carry out programs and activities to honor our World War heroes. More than 11,400 Virginians paid the ultimate price of freedom in World War II, and another 3,700 during World War I.

Prince William, Virginia honors our World War History and Heritage with multiple sites located throughout the County. Sites include the National Museum of the Marine Corps / Marine Base Quantico, the Freedom Museum, Prince William Forest Park, Rippon Lodge, and The Tank Farm.


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