A lot of the parts used to build those mighty military machines on display during Marine Week are made in Cleveland.
CLEVELAND - The Ohio Flags of Honor memorial is on display in Cleveland's Voinovich Park throughout Marine Week.
The patriotic flag display is a way to help facilitate fellowship for family, friends and communities who want to pay tribute to Ohio's fallen soldiers.
The Ohio Flags of Honor non-profit organization was established on Oct. 15, 2005 by Gino and Lisa Zimmer, of Columbus, Ohio, after their son was killed in combat. Pfc. Nicholaus E. Zimmer, of the 2nd Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, 1st Armored Division, in Friedburg, Germany, died in May of 2004, when his vehicle was hit by rocket-propelled grenades in Kufa, Iraq.
Visitors can stop by and photograph the memorial on Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The traveling Vietnam Memorial, a replica of the permanent memorial in Washington, D.C., is in Cleveland during Marine Week, where U.S. Marines exhibit is under way showing manpower and military machinery.
The Marine Corps has taken Cleveland and Brook Park's youth under its wings during Marine Week.
The Marine Week Cleveland mural, which was painted by six Marines, was unveiled on Friday morning at the Cleveland Water Collection on East 55th Street and Carnegie Avenue.
The Ohio Flags of Honor memorial, featuring more than 400 full-sized flags, is on display in Cleveland's Voinovich Park throughout Marine Week.
Saturday and Sunday, the U.S. Marines put on a show that dazzled spectators.
Marines demonstrate their canines' capabilities in Cleveland's Public Square during Marine Week 2012.
Rain or shine, honorary Honor Guards are protecting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall at Voinovich Park in Cleveland throughout Marine Week.
The Cleveland safety forces beat the Marines in a Wednesday night game of flag football at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Visitors pouring-in to see Marines may help Cleveland's economic future.