• Veterans can plan their legacy with VA burial and memorial benefits

    VA can help you and your survivors prepare for the future. Read on to see how VA’s burial and memorial benefits can honor your legacy.

  • Virtual event honors WWI Veterans, opens National WWI Memorial

    The virtual First Colors event paid homage to World War I Veterans and opened the National World War I Memorial April 16.

  • National World War I Memorial honors 4.7 million Veterans

    Visitors to Washington, D.C., pass many memorials during their trips. Among those are memorials dedicated to wars throughout the nation’s history. The black granite of the Vietnam War Memorial. The fountains and columns of the World War II Memorial. The 19 stainless steel statues of the Korean War Veterans Memorial. One war—dubbed “The Great War”—has been the only one missing. That changes April 16, 2021, with the First Colors ceremony unveiling the National WWI Memorial.

  • Search and add WWI Veterans on RollofHonor.org

    Search, add, and honor WW1 Veterans for free on Rollofhonor.org – a great place to learn about those who served in The Great War.

  • World War I Centennial Commission announces the first 50 official centennial memorials

    With support from The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, 100 Cities/100 Memorials will recognize 100 World War I Memorials across the United States

  • Memorial honoring disabled Veterans dedicated in DC

    On Sunday, October 5, 2014, the American Veterans Disabled for […]

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