Remember Them All
2014 begins the 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI: The War to End All Wars. A century later, there still is no memorial on the National Mall to honor the 4,734,991 Americans served during the war, and the 116,516 who gave their lives. None of the memorials are about the good or bad of war, but rather the service and courage of American solders. The circle needs be completed; we need a WWI Memorial!
Video: Learn about the Frank Buckles WWI Memorial Act.