One hot day in September, Greg and I were driving from Midland to San Antonio Texas and decided to stop in Fredericksburg. The National Museum of the Pacific War (more on that at a later date) really took us by surprise—especially the peaceful Memorial Courtyard within the museum grounds.
From this view you can see the length of the stone wall, and the size of the courtyard.
Admiral Nimitz was from Fredericksburg. The town wanted to make a museum in his honour but he insisted that there be commemoration of others who served,as well.
See more photos on this memorial page.