The chapel includes a slightly elevated central area and rows of concentric benches for seating.
Near the parking lot is a statue of a soldier writing home.
This helicopter is a UH-1D, known as a "Huey". But then, if you served in Vietnam, you already knew that.
The area outlined by these flags, downhill from the chapel, will be the location of a veteran's cemetery.
In front of one side of the chapel, at the end of a walkway, is a solitary bench.
There are several large trees within the memorial grounds, including one in the seating area.
Inside an iron fence are the graves of Lt. Westphall's parents, Victor (known as "Doc") and Jeanne. The inscription on the bench reads, "WELCOME HOME VETERANS".
UPDATE: After looking at the New Mexico's state parks website, I could not find this memorial. It thus appears that it's no longer a state park.