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Monument Wall

This is a monument to those humans and animals, past and present, that have served our country, or have supported those who defend it.

This page lists the Tributes uploaded by our visitors. You can add one, too!

The Map Page shows you where the tributes are from, where centers are located, and other points of interest.

You can read all the comments HERE or use the state picker to view comments from a specific state.


If you would like to pay tribute to an animal or human click HERE to submit a comment.

Comments for Kentucky

Art by Nature on 11/6/2015 at 09:07 says:
Look at all the love! Over 100 supporters have written tributes to Veterans and First Responders on Elizabeth Shatner's interactive artwork, "Courage". Currently hanging in the Rick Scalf art gallery in Lexington, KY, this piece will be donated to a cause supporting those who have served.
 
The All Glory Project on 6/25/2015 at 09:36 says:

The All Glory Project pays tribute to the American Legion, who has set up the Legacy Scholarship Fund to support the families and children of our fallen warriors. This charitable scholarship program helps ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while on duty since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The fund has been building steadily toward its goal of $20 million while at the same time issuing scholarships to qualified young people who have lost parents in the war. Individual donations are commonly made to the fund, but the major event of the year is The American Legion Legacy Run, a motorcycle trek that crosses numerous states between Indianapolis and National Convention city. More info and a donation page are at http://www.legion.org/donate/legacy_scholarship


 
Jessica C. on 11/11/2014 at 15:31 says:

A shout out to my dad, Robert, who fought in Vietnam, 1969-71. It wasn't his choice to go, but he is proud to have served, and so I'm proud of him. Love ya, Dad!

Many of the Veterans from Vietnam, Korea and Central American conflicts had to wait a long time to get the respect they deserved. It's a blessing that they had families that loved them in the meantime! 

- All Glory Project
 
Tammy on 9/11/2014 at 09:35 says:

My son joined the army at 17. It was against everything in my soul to give up my son. He was just a child himself, but when he explained his reasoning for wanting to go, I realized his reasoning was very grown up. I tearfully signed the papers realizing I may never see him again. He turned 18 on his first tour to Afghanistan. After 2 tours in Afghanistan, a lot of prayer, and many troubled times, he made it home whole as can be expected from such a war. I'm proud of my son and his decision to fight for his country. He's my hero. War isn't just our young men and women fighting a war, its also the sacrifice parents make knowing their children are in harms way.

We are so, so proud of your son, AND of your FAMILY for continuing to be there for him after his return home. The most important time in a soldier's life is the REST of the soldier's life!

- All Glory Project
 
Lynda on 7/3/2012 at 15:19 says:

I am proud to be the mother in law of a vet. He served his country proudly in Iraq. It's a shame how difficult it is for the vets to get health care, etc. when they return home. It is the least we can do for them.

Thanks Lynda! And your daughter must be very proud to be married to him, too!

- All Glory Project
 
Karl - The All Glory Project on 2/24/2012 at 21:29 says:
Have a veteran, active duty or volunteer that deserves a shout-out of thanks? Post a comment on our wall! You can even upload a picture!
 
Karl - The All GLory Project on 2/24/2012 at 10:25 says:

Tribute - The statue you see on our site is Sculptor Douwe Blumberg’s “De Oppresso Liber” a monument to our Veterans that currently resides in the West St. lobby gallery of One World Trade Center, looking over Ground Zero. For the amazing story behind this monument, visit http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/14/secret-mission-the-horse-soldiers-of-911/ and the artist's site at http://www.douwestudios.com/public_art.html


See a bird's-eye view of the statue's location in New York! Go to our Interactive Gratitude Map using the green map link on this page!

- All Glory Project

- All Glory Project
 
All Glory Project on 2/21/2012 at 11:25 says:

The All Glory Project seeks to promote, foster and support programs that utilize animal-assisted therapies in aiding military veterans and their families. We are a non-profit campaign of consciousness to thank our wounded heroes, human and animal alike, as well as their families.

 

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