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Gowen Field Memorial Park Ceremony

The Idaho Military History Museum supplied a fire detail for this 75mm Pack Howitzer that fired off three rounds at the conclusion of the ceremony May 24.One area resident brought down this WWII-era family photo of her late husband, who is memorialized with one of the many bricks at the Gowen Field Memorial Park just inside the main gate. (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)

The Idaho Military History Museum supplied a fire detail for this 75mm Pack Howitzer that fired off three rounds at the conclusion of the ceremony May 24.One area resident brought down this WWII-era family photo of her late husband, who is memorialized with one of the many bricks at the Gowen Field Memorial Park just inside the main gate. (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)

The Idaho Military History Museum supplied a fire detail for this 75mm Pack Howitzer that fired off three rounds at the conclusion of the ceremony May 24. Bricks like these can be purchased through the Idaho Military History Museum website at http://museum.mil.idaho.gov/.  Funds will go to future improvements on the park such as a service seal display and an outdoor amphitheater for small unit functions. Bricks like these can be purchased through the Idaho Military History Museum website at http://museum.mil.idaho.gov/.  Funds will go to future improvements on the park such as a service seal display and an outdoor amphitheater for small unit functions. . (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)

The Idaho Military History Museum supplied a fire detail for this 75mm Pack Howitzer that fired off three rounds at the conclusion of the ceremony May 24. Bricks like these can be purchased through the Idaho Military History Museum website at http://museum.mil.idaho.gov/. Funds will go to future improvements on the park such as a service seal display and an outdoor amphitheater for small unit functions. Bricks like these can be purchased through the Idaho Military History Museum website at http://museum.mil.idaho.gov/. Funds will go to future improvements on the park such as a service seal display and an outdoor amphitheater for small unit functions. . (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)

Idaho Army and Air Guard members take a moment to view the newest bricks at the Memorial Day ceremony May 24.One area resident brought down this WWII-era family photo of her late husband, who is memorialized with one of the many bricks at the Gowen Field Memorial Park just inside the main gate. (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)

Idaho Army and Air Guard members take a moment to view the newest bricks at the Memorial Day ceremony May 24.One area resident brought down this WWII-era family photo of her late husband, who is memorialized with one of the many bricks at the Gowen Field Memorial Park just inside the main gate. (Air Force Photo by Tom Gloekle)