[Begin transcription]: [To the left of monument dedication are three circular plaques in a column, top to bottom as follows]: [top] *DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY* UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1775 [middle] *DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY* UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [bottom] *DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY* UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS [monument dedication] THIS MONUMENT IS DEDICATED TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF BAR HARBOR WHO HAVE SERVED THEIR COUNTRY AS MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES [To the right of monument dedication are three circular plaques in a column, top to bottom as follows]: [top] *DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE* UNITED STATES OF AMERICA MCMXLVII [middle] UNITED STATES COAST GUARD 1799 [bottom] UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE
Stone slabs, granite, bronze.
The monument is a rectangular rock wall topped with a slab of granite. Embedded within the face of the wall is a bronze plaque with three circular plaques depicting the different branches of the military on either side of it. In front of the wall is a granite block that serves as a bench. The bench lies within a small U-shaped area that has grey brick as a floor.
"Bar Harbor, Maine: Armed Forces Monument" (2016). Hancock. 5.