"Let me not mourn for those who have died fighting, but rather let me be glad that such heroes have lived."
General George Patton
The City of Torrance Veterans Memorial is dedicated to all men and women who have given their life in the service of their country during war. The names represented on the wall were Torrance citizens.
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United States Military Veterans Week
In November of 2015 the City of Torrance will celebrate our United States Military Veterans in a week long celebration beginning November 5 and ending November 11, 2015. Find out more...
Veterans Memorial Wall
The City of Torrance has a Veterans Memorial Wall located at the corner of Torrance Boulevard and Maple Avenue where the names of Torrance residents who have died in battle are engraved in eternal remembrance and gratitude for their sacrifice. The City encourages everyone who visits or passes by this memorial to join the Torrance community in honoring all who have served our country and their families. Let us also remember the words of former President John F. Kennedy, "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."
Hometown Heroes Military Banner Recognition Program
The Hometown Heroes Military Banner Recognition Program recognizes our community's men and women in uniform who are currently serving in the Armed Forces, veterans who have served in the past, or veterans of the past who are now deceased. View the Hometowns Heroes Banners...
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Wreaths Across America
There are many ways to honor veterans. One way is to purchase, sponsor, or lay a wreath through the program Wreaths Across America. Honor a Hero...