New Veterans Park and A4 Skyhawk monument dedicated in Brasher Falls following four-year effort
Pictured from left unveiling the monument at the base of the A-4 exhibit are David MacMillan, Jim Kelley, Harry Cummings and retired Lt. Col. Sid Snedeker. Color guards from veterans' organizations around the area and a rifle squad also took part in the dedication ceremony.
BRASHER FALLS -- A four-year effort to establish a veteran's memorial on the banks of the St. Regis River in Brasher Falls culminated Saturday with the dedication of the A-4 exhibit at Veteran's Memorial Park.A monument placed at the base of the A-4 reads, "In memory and honor of all who have served."
It is on the St. Regis River across from the town office.
The Skyhawk was an aircraft carrier-capable ground attack aircraft designed for the U.S. Navy and Marines.
It played key roles in the Vietnam War.