One of the purposes of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is historical, stated in part as "to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead". We share this historical interest in our veterans with their family members, their friends, and the general public.

Memorials around Maryland

The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs lists the state veterans' cemeteries and state memorials.

Russ Pickett, an independent researcher and veteran, produced "Marylanders who gave their all during World War II", an online listing of World War II troops who were killed in action, died of wounds, died in the line of duty, or went missing in action.

The Korean War Veterans Association mentions both the Baltimore memorial and the designation of Interstate 70.

Wikipedia has articles on veteran memorials and cemeteries in Maryland:

The War Memorial Building itself is dedicated to Maryland veterans.