Congress and President Trump approved the National Desert Storm War Memorial to honor the 500,000 members of the armed services who served during the first Gulf War, but designers want the public's input on how the memorial should look.
WASHINGTON — The National Park Service is asking the public for thoughts on what the National Desert Storm War Memorial should look like.
The memorial, which was approved by Congress and President Trump in March 2017, is scheduled to be built by 2021. You can weigh in on design concepts through April 13.
The memorial will honor the 500,000 members of the armed forces who served supporting Operation Desert Storm and Operation Desert Shield.