Worthy of a memorial

Recently, I attended a Navy retirement ceremony for someone who had given 21 years of their life to the United States Navy.  He had accomplished a lot during that timespan for the Navy and [...]

Say it in stone

Memorials on the National Mall are important for our nation.  It’s not only a place of honor and remembrance for those who gave their lives, but also for those who served and survived the war.  [...]

For All of Us

By Melissa Kim On the morning of September 11, 2001, my high school Spanish class was interrupted by the announcement that a plane had struck the World Trade Center. As I stared out of the window [...]

What the memorial means to me

Approximately two years ago my long-time friend and classmate from West Point, Andrew Brennan, gave me a call while I was wandering the grocery store. He said he had an idea for a non-profit and [...]

Who am I and what do I do?

By William Lutz What do I do? Hi everybody. I’m Will, and I run the tech around here at GWOT MF HQ. Like my tech skills, not perfect but gets the job done. I’m responsible for making sure the [...]

My Story

My inspiration for deciding to pursue this worthwhile, yet extremely challenging endeavor began with my interactions with Veterans of the Vietnam War. Just shy of a year and a half after leaving [...]