The inaugural Freedom Rock mural in 1999 depicted U.S. Marines raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima.
Freedom Rock murals in 2000 featured the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, POWs and MIAs, and the Korean War.
The attack on Pearl Harbor was prominent on The Freedom Rock in 2001.
The bravery of U.S. soldiers was honored in 2002 following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
“All Gave Some, Some Gave All” was a motto featured on the 2003 Freedom Rock.
The D-Day invasion, the Purple Heart medal and a 9/11 remembrance were among images painted in 2004.
Generations of Valor was the theme of the 2005 Freedom Rock.
In 2006, The Freedom Rock honored military service and sacrifice for preserving freedom and liberty.
A U.S. flag served as the background for various military and patriotic images on the 2007 Freedom Rock.
In 2008, The Freedom Rock saluted America’s soldiers, heroes and Medal of Honor winners.
The nation’s military veterans were given a big “Thank You” on the 2009 Freedom Rock.
A solemn prayer of remembrance and reflection by first lady Eleanor Roosevelt was written on the 2010 Freedom Rock.
Uncommon valor among generations of American soldiers was the virtuous Freedom Rock theme in 2011.
Freedom Rock artist Ray Sorensen, with wife Maria and daughter Independence, painted the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in 2012.
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