The final stone in the Veterans Memorial Wall was unveiled Saturday afternoon in Dublin.

Army Major Daniel Thiebaud addressed the crowd that gathered to see the newest addition to the wall.

Names on the stone ranged from WWI, Korea, Vietnam, Civil War, Lebanon-Grenada, Cold War and included 31 names from the War on Terror.

One section of the stone was intentionally left blank to allow room for more names.

During the ceremony, Cathy Hartmann with the Erath County Historical Commission unveiled a historical marker at the site.

The marker is in honor of Lieutenant Colonel George Davis, Jr. Davis was born in Dublin in 1920 and enlisted as an aviation cadet in 1942. He flew a P-47 Thunderbolt during WWII and was shot down during the Korean War on Feb. 10, 1952. He received the Congressional Medal of Honor posthumously for his service and sacrifice.

The ceremony concluded with a somber rendition of Taps, played by Mackenzie Duncan.

The Veterans Memorial Wall is a permanent display in Dublin located next to the public library on Blackjack Street.