The Faces of Freedom sculpture is a tribute to the men and women who have served in the American Military. The statue is a time-line that represents the selfless service of our military since the beginning of World War I through today's global war on terror.

At the far right of the sculpture and "on point", is a figure that represents the modern day soldier: leading, vigilant, committed. He is "joined at the hip" to a Desert Storm soldier who, in turn, is lending aid to a stricken Viet Nam hero. Beyond and behind these figures proudly waves the American Flag, emblazoned with the many faces of those men and women who have valiantly secured and protected our nation's freedoms. We are grateful that their commitment and sacrifice, like the threads of our flag, unites us all as Americans.

On the reverse side of the statue is the head of the bald eagle, part of the Great Seal of the United States. It not only signifies strength and power, but serves as a reminder of those who have given so much that we might live free.