As you can see, the anchor should be placed with the bottom on the left, not the right. (Manning) May 28, 2005 - Many veterans are remembered on Memorial Day, but a mistake on a Clarendon County monument has one veteran upset. Just to the left of the Clarendon County Courthouse sits a monument honoring the vets of past wars. Etched on one side are the emblems of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. It's been there for almost 15 years, with a mistake that most people probably never even noticed. Cecil Windham of the American Legion Post 68 says, "The emblem that represents the Marine Corps, the anchor sits to the left." The anchor on the etching is on the wrong side. No one knows how it happened, the army vet who raised all the money and planned the monument died several years ago. Campion Usry is a third-generation Marine, "It needs to be resolved. It's just not right." He remembers the first time he saw it. He was playing in the middle school band at the dedication, "I've grown up knowing exactly what that symbol should look like." He and his dad didn't think much of it then. But years later, that changed. Since returning from Iraq two years ago, he's been trying to get it fixed, "It means a lot to me and it's a disgrace towards any Marine that sees it." Windham agrees, "If it's not right, it should be changed. We are in the process and have been working on it." The American Legion Post in Manning says after several failed attempts, now is the time. Their solution, etched bronze medallions to cover each emblem. Their hope is that the folks of Clarendon County will pitch into to help. Mr. Windham says he hopes to have the bronze emblems up within six months, and he also wants to add on the Coast Guard, "I'll take this on as a project and we're going to straighten this out." He still has to raise the funds though, and that could cost between $2,500 and $3,000. But, he says, Clarendon County has done it before, and they'll do it again.