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The Voi Memorialis a tribute to the soldiers of the United Nations Space Command, the Unified Earth Government and the Fleet of Retribution who gave their lives during the 28-year Human-Covenant War and formally marked the end of the war.
IN MEMORY OF THOSE FALLEN
IN THE DEFENSE OF EARTH
AND HER COLONIES
MARCH 3, 2553
Known personnel commemorated on memorial
Held above the ruins of Voi, in east Africa, on a hillside in Voi on March 3, 2553, the Voi Memorial was set up by Fleet Admiral Terrence Hood three months after the Battle of Voi. The memorial takes the form of the wing of a Pelican dropship, with names and photographs of people who were killed in defense of Earth and her colonies, an inscription stating the official end of the Human-Covenant War, and a small section devoted to John-117 who, in accordance with Office of Naval Intelligence policy, is listed as missing in action.
A number of survivors from the Battle of Installation 00 attended the memorial, including Gunnery Sergeants Marcus Stacker and Reynolds, Private First Class Chips Dubbo, the current Arbiter, Thel 'Vadam, and some of his guards. Various other UNSC personnel were also present, including ONI Commander-in-Chief Admiral Margaret Parangosky, Captain Serin Osman, CPO Franklin Mendez, as well as some of the surviving SPARTAN-IIs—Naomi-010, Linda-058, Kelly-087, and Frederic-104.
Originally, Halo 3 Art Director Marcus Lehto wanted the memorial to be a "giant marble monument", but Paul Russel suggested a more temporary monument would be more "tear jerking", as "only a couple of days" had passed from the events of the Ark. Later fiction, however, establishes that the survivors from the Ark returned in December 2552, meaning that over three months had passed from their return by the time the memorial ceremony was held.
A cutscene for the cancelled Halo Online would have shown the Memorial and ceremony.
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