Armor Unit Memorial Park

Location: Grounds of the General George Patton Museum
Phone: 502-624-4199
Cost: Free
Time Required: Approximately 1.5 hours

The Memorial Park was dedicated on July 10, 1990 (the 50th anniversary of armor) and since that time, scores of veterans, soldiers, and visitors have made their way through the gates to pay tribute to those who served. Armor unit associations continuously erect monuments at the park in recognition of their groups, and reunions are planned for the Radcliff/Fort Knox area as a result of the park, for the recognition of involved units.

This unique memorial park, strategically located on the grounds of the General George Patton Museum, pays tribute to the many armor units which served the nation, and is dedicated to the soldiers who served with the Armored Force during wars of the 20th century.

Monuments at the park include:
  • Tank Destroyer Forces
  • World War I Tank Corps
  • 5 Cavalry and Armor Regiments
  • 16 Armor Divisions with 1811 Battalions
  • 23 separate Armor Battalions

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