Air Force ROTC cadet Nicole Sims, left, and Navy midshipman Kellan Arpke stand guard over the Korean War Memorial on KU's Memorial Drive as Warren Zimmerman and his dogs pass by. ROTC students of each branch of the military took one-hour turns standing vigil at the Korea and Vietnam War memorials beginning at 7 p.m. Friday as part of Veterans Day weekend.
The Tour of Lawrence final day was the KU Campus Circuit Race Sunday. Brianne Colson, a marshaling volunteer, claps some encouragement as the riders past the intersection of Memorial Drive and Sunflower.
A monument in memory of Civil War soldiers who were buried anonymously rises behind a marked grave at Pioneer Cemetery on Kansas University's West Campus. Lawrence is home to at least 11 memorials honoring war veteran
The American Legion Post 14 Honor Guard listens during the Memorial Day services at the Veterans' Plot at Oak Hill Cemetery on Monday.
Prisoners are taken away during a reenactment on the actual site of the Battle of Black Jack.
Constitution Hall State Historic Site in Lecompton
Flanked by two beams that formed part of the World Trade Center, which was destroyed five years ago, visitors to the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University view the center's World Trade Center Memorial and an exhibit of Associated Press photos titled "9/11 - 5 Years Later." Visitors stopped at the center to see the memorial on Monday, five years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Kansas University Air Force ROTC cadets stand vigil Saturday at the campus Vietnam War memorial. Cadets stood guard at the three campus war memorials to honor fallen soldiers before Veterans Day, which is Wednesday.
Veteran's Park at 19th and Louisiana streets was at one time the site of barracks for military students and trainees before it became a park in 1947 in honor of veterans of all wars.
Kansas University's Memorial Stadium was constructed as a World War I memorial
Robinson Park just west of Lawrence City Hall, south of the Kansas River Bridge includes a rock monument honoring Lawrence’s founders.