Memorial Registry Databases

Heroism is latent in every human soul. However humble or unknown, veterans have renounced what are accounted pleasures & cheerfully undertaken all the self-denials- privations, toils, dangers, sufferings, sicknesses, mutilations, life.   ~ Chamberlain

It is important that America never forgets what all veterans have given up so that each and every person in this country continues to have their freedoms.  True heroes wear uniforms and dogtags.  World War II veterans are America’s heroes.  They laid the foundations for everything we have today.  These brave men and woman are heroes.  They are America’s royalty and should be treated as such. ~ John G. Casey, Jr.

We can also help make sure our heroes are registered on the National WWII Memorial , The United States Navy “ Navy Log, and The Army Historical Foundation database. For this to happen, we will request a copy of the hero’s discharge papers so that the accurate information can be included. If a picture is available, we can assist in putting it on the memorial as well. Ride Captain In Charge of the mission during the mission planning process or contact Assistant State Captain Skip Petras and he will be happy to assist you.

Skip Petras

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