The Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers was unveiled on April 9, 1932. The three figures depicted on the Tomb represent Peace, Victory, and Valor. The six wreaths on the monument are inverted to represent mourning. The inscription on the Tomb reads, "Here rest in honored glory an American soldier known but to God." On Memorial Day, May 30, 1958, unknowns from WWII and Korea were interned alongside of the unknown of WWI. The Sentinel's duty is to stand watch at the Tomb. Authentically depicted in this Handcrafted Sculpture, the Sentinel is wearing the army blue dress uniform in use since 1960. His Honor Guard style of dress is comprised of an M-14 with Bayonet, ceremonial blue belt modified with gold trim, sunglasses (required), flight glasses, white gloves, and low quarter shoes highly shined and "built up". This is #1 in the Military Memorials Series.