The mission of the US Veterans Hall of Fame is to pay public tribute to the men and women of prior military service who exemplify great character and service.
Furthermore, we aim to educate the public on the historical service and sacrifice of this nation's veterans.
We also strive to gather resources that enhance the lives of veterans after their military careers have ended.
The mission's tangible and permanent goal is to house within our archives the stories of an exampled few, who represent the goals, the passion, the stories and the memories of our military and its brave service members.
We will conduct ourselves as professionals and treat our veteran's legacies with care, God's love and compassion as we seek to honor them properly.
We shall not fail our heroes.
LEGENDS AMONG US
Of the many faces we walk by daily... what are their stories?
Who are they?
Many are our veterans.
We are excited to announce new International Ambassador partnerships in Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic!!!
Veterans moving to, or visiting these areas can now access the same care, attention and programming they would receive via providers in the U.S. via our affiliated partners!
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Charter Members of the U.S. Veterans Hall of Fame
International Ambassador Program.
US Veterans Hall of Fame - Class of 2022
NATIONAL INDUCTION CEREMONY (Recap)
US Veterans Hall of Fame - Veterans Village
NORTH CAROLINA - USA
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The US Veterans Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization that relies solely on the generous donations, contributions and partnerships of our community members and businesses.
We thank you in advance for believing in our project, our passion and our movement to honorably pay tribute to our heroes.
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QUOTE OF APPRECIATION:
"The United States has an asset in its veteran population.
We are an unsolicited workforce, for the inclusive advancement of our communities. The nation has to appreciate its veterans."
- US Veterans Hall of Fame Founders