History has a way of planting a memory in our minds and our hearts. Men arrived home from World War I and II to a country who welcomed them with dignity and respect. Later wars created different stories and carved harsher images of Americans protesting wars. Soldiers arriving home were instructed to leave their fatigues on the plane and dress in civilian clothes when they landed on American soil. Many soldiers were not given welcome home parades or yellow ribbons tied to an old oak tree.
The Wall of Honor pays tribute to the courageous men and women who have served in the military, and to those currently protecting our country, our freedom and our communities.
Honor and Respect. Those two words are the cornerstones which guided our founding principles to create The Digital Wall of Honor. Honor and respect, the men and women who have served our country and continue to serve this great nation. Our board of directors believe the boundaries of Honor and Respect are not contained to military personnel, and must include those who protect and serve our communities each and every day.