The Military Hall of Honor's intention is to identify and honor every man and woman, dead or living, that has honorably served (or is serving) in the Armed Forces of the United States. Here we provide members a place to create Honoree records that are available for anyone to view, free of charge.
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From the Minutemen that confronted and almost destroyed the first British troops in April 1775, to the warriors that defend our country against global terror today; America owes each and every one of you a debt that can never be fully repaid.
Words are inadequate to convey the magnitude of honor that is due each man and woman that has honorably worn, or now wears, the uniform of America's Armed Forces. Your willingness to serve your country, whenever and wherever called upon, is the reason America remains the freest country in the world.
The dedication of America's warriors is second to none. Your courage and valor alone have won many battles. You defeat the forces of evil and oppression wherever they are found. Because of your heroic actions, American hearts are filled with pride.
For over 200 years, America's warriors have unhesitatingly paid any price necessary to keep our country free. You have gallantly shed your blood to protect those at home and the comrades-in-arms that fought beside you, including foreign allies. Even those who were not yet citizens of our great country have selflessly given their lives on behalf of our Nation. Many other countries around the world would not have their current freedoms . . . were it not for the blood that America's warriors have shed on their behalf!
It is only because of you, America's warriors and great heroes, that the Stars and Stripes still flies today as the great symbol of our Nation's freedom. Please accept the dedication of this Military Hall of Honor as America's attempt to express this simple, but heartfelt declaration:
"We love, honor and thank you for your great service and sacrifices on our behalf!"
Charles A. Lewis
Military Hall of Honor
"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional as to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their Nation." - George Washington
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The Military Hall of Honor's mission is to identify and honor every man and woman, dead or living, that has honorably served (or is serving) in the Armed Forces of the United States. Beginning with the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War and continuing to the present, millions of records will be compiled and made freely accessible. ...
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