The Military Hall of Honor’s mission of publicly identifying and honoring every man and woman, dead or living, that has honorably served (or is serving) in the U.S. Armed Forces from 1775 to present, is a challenging one. To the best of our knowledge, such a feat has never before been attempted.

For MHOH to accomplish this worthwhile task will require the assistance of many people from all walks of life, working together. This page attempts to acknowledge, and thank, those who make major contributions (non-monetary) to the overall effort in various categories. (Member accomplishments for Honoree creations, etc. are contained in their Profile.)

Organization & Website Creations

Dictum: The Military Hall of Honor wishes to express its appreciation to Robert D. Ruckman, M.A., Latinist, of Lancaster, California, for researching and helping to create, the MHOH dictum: Memento Semper, which translates to Remember Always.

Logo: MHOH is very grateful to its co-founder, Bryan Lewis, for designing our unique logo. We also want to express our sincere gratitude to Kenny Durost for his design and creation of the emblems used in the logo.