The Utah State Capitol Building sits on 20 acres. Prior to 1888, the property was named Arsenal Hill. The grounds feature cherry trees encircling a central plaza, a reflection pond and several statues. Also featured are tributes to members of the Mormon Battalion who died during the Mexican-American War (1846 – 1848), to Law Enforcement Officers who fell during active duty plus the Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos Veterans Memorial. This soldier was sculpted by Clyde Ross Morgan. Behind the bronze is a wall listing the Utah citizens who sacrificed their life or were M.I.A. during the twenty-year Vietnam War.