Freedom Park home to reminders of attacks on Pearl Harbor, Pentagon

6th December, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EDWARDS — At dawn today, Eagle County’s Freedom Park became home to reminders from two attacks on the United States by a foreign power: A block of Pentagon limestone blown from the building when terrorists flew a plane into it, and a Pearl Harbor flag. Pete Thompson, commander of the local VFW post, will lead other local veterans in raising a Pearl Harbor flag to half staff. It will fly until dusk, when it will be lowered and stored. “I wanted a flag to be flown locally to be flown in Freedom Park next to the Pentagon limestone,” said Terri …

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