In MemorialExeter Veterans Memorial Honors Those Who Served Within the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building are displays and plaques honoring those who fought for our nation. The images on this page are a few of the displays featured. World War I TributeJames R Stanton Items from his service are on display in the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building James R StantonJoined on June 5, 1917 Letter to US SoldiersWindsor Castle Soldiers of the United States, the people of the British Isles welcome you on your way to take your stand beside the Armies of many Nations now fighting in the Old World the great battle for human freedom. The Allies will gain new heart & spirit in you company. I wish that I could shake the hand of each one of you & bid you God speed on your mission. /s/ George R. I. April 1918 158th InfantryPart of the World War I display is this photo of James R Stanton in the 158th Infantry World War I PosterThis Poster by Dan Smith shows the service to our nation of James R. Stanton In Service to Our NationItems in the memorabilia of James R. Stanton include his service record, mess gear, photographs and other items from WWI Korean ConflictLest We Forget Those Who Died In Defense Of Our Country During The Korean Conflict:Glenn E. Epperson Creo C. McGillDavid W. Icho Victor W. Stewart Vietnam WarIn Respectful Memory of Those Who Gave Their Lives While Serving Our Country in the Vietnam War1959-1975 Timothy David Ewing Terry Lee KetterDaniel Eric Goldsmith Joe Lanell MeekFrederick Alton Hitson Larry Jay MooreEugene Petty Presented by Harry & Helen Petty 2008 Blue AngelsA signed photo of the Blue Angels June 1, 2001 is on display.