Global War on Terror Wall of RemembranceThe non-profit organization Rear Area Support Foundation Inc. (RASF) and local veterans have set up the Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance memorial at the San Bernardino Golf Club, across from the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino where the Dec. 2 tragedy occurred.

Panel 31 of the Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance will be unveiled in San Bernardino this weekend in a ceremony honoring the 14 killed and those who were wounded in San Bernardino.

Memorial founder Richard Nichols Jr. together with the American Legion Riders, area veterans and the San Bernardino Golf Club began displaying the memorial on Thursday, Dec. 10 at sunset.

The memorial wall is open to the public 24 hours a day until 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14. and security is present at the site.

The Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance is 100 feet long and 6 feet high with two sides. Side one is a full color education timeline about the Global War on Terror from 1983 to today. The second side has the names of all the military, heroes and victims from Beirut, the Gulf War, Sept. 11, 2001, Iraq, Afghanistan, Ft. Hood, Boston, Chattanooga, Paris and now San Bernardino, totaling almost 11,000.

An unveiling ceremony and formal flag presentation will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Golf Club.

A sunrise service is being held at 6:30 a.m. Sunday at the Golf Club.

The public is invited to bring chairs and arrive early for both events because parking is limited. The San Bernardino Golf Club is located at 1494 South Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino.