The National Memorial was Unveiled
September 7, 2017
at the Steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Photo above shows Gold Star family members speaking the names of their Fallen loved ones at the podium during the ceremony.
An all-encompassing national memorial, a first-of-its-kind, has been unveiled and includes our country's military Fallen who have died from wounds while deployed in The War on Terror since 9/11/2001.
This beautiful display consists of over 30 Tribute Towers supporting double-sided and full-color banners to withstand the elements, making it possible to be exhibited outdoors, as well as indoors. Each Tribute Tower is 10 feet high and 5 feet wide and will include military and personal photos of our country's Fallen.
Additional towers will be designated to:
1) include our military who, while on active duty stateside or overseas, died from attacks, training accidents, or a job-related injury since 9/11/2001;
2) include our military who served in a combat zone since 9/11/2001, and later succumbed to Post-Traumatic Stress/suicide.
We Need Your Help to Complete the National Memorial
- Help us contact Gold Star Families - Please share this web site and ask them to add their Fallen Hero's information and photos. There is no cost to the families. If a family has already provided photos for their loved one for a state memorial, there is no need to re-submit for the national memorial. An on-line Directory lists all of those currently included in the memorial's Tribute Towers.
- Make a Donation to support the production of the national memorial. If you are interested in a sponsorship, please call 402.612.0210 or email and we will be happy to discuss opportunities with you.
- Host the National Memorial - If you are interested in hosting the memorial in your business, church or community, please contact us.