These posters are a part of Preserving U.S. Military History: WWII to the Cold War Symposium, Fredericksburg, Texas, June 4-6, 2019
Commemoration of Commonwealth War Dead of the Second World War in the United States, Dr. Catherine Paterson, Commonwealth War Graves Commission
White Sands Missile Range – Red Butte Display, Mason D. Miller and Kurt Korfmacher, AmaTerra Environmental, Inc.
Resurrecting Stalin: Confronting the Preservation Controversies at the National D-Day Memorial, Kathleen Marie Conti, HHM & Associates
Preserving a World War II POW Bridge at Fort Reno, Oklahoma, Shelly Wunderlich and Brandy M. Harris, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc.
Training Targets of World War II and the Cold War: In Search of Military Geoglyphs, Jeffrey R. Wedding, Susan R. Edwards, Desert Research Institute
Attention to Detail: Application of Laser Scanning and History of Conservation Planning for 1940s Military Stone Gates, Dr. Kira E. Kaufmann, USAG Fort McCoy and Carey L. Baxter, US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC-CERL
Oil and Water: Discovering, Investigating, and Preserving World War II Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico, Douglas Jones, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Preservation Meets Conservation at the Urbana Armory, Robin Whitehurst, Bailey Edward
Preserving U.S. Military Heritage at the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, Eric Boyle, U.S. Department of Energy
Preservation Efforts on a Pacific Battlefield Landscape, Nancy Farrell and David Gaddis, Cultural Resource Management Services
Structural Conservation Strategies for the WWII Japanese Concrete Buildings on Peleliu Island, Patrick Sparks, Sparks Engineering, Inc.
Chinati: Reinhabiting Ft. D.A. Russell, Peter Stanley, Chinati Foundation