This foundation helps fund initiatives that promote what the Medal of Honor represents.
The "Bible" of the Congressional Medal of Honor. This book has every citation, every statistic, alphabetized for quick easy reference. There are 1,249 pages!
This foundation celebrates the United States of America's Constitution. They seek to educate and inspire students and their teachers via the Constitution and the freedoms it preserves.
Website maintained by Doug Sterner that details plans of a "Hall of Heroes" museum dedicated to military veterans. A site with an enormous amount of information. Without Doug's help much of what is on this site wouldn't exist. We thank Doug for his tireless work to honor the MOH.
A professional, private, non-profit organization that builds support for the decisive role the U.S. Army plays in the security of the nation. This includes politically lobbying for Army veteran rights & benefits.
Museum dedicated to preserving the history of a soldier run newspaper begun in 1861. This paper has served a medium between soldiers and their families along with being a source of news
This site provides an interactive map and reference of the war memorials as well as the Congressional Medal of Honor recipients in Massachusetts.
This Society is committed to protecting and enhancing the welfare and image of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the soldiers who stand guard there, past and present. They also preserve the Tomb's history and educate the public.
This is a government healthcare benefits program that helps disabled veterans or surviving family members of those KIA with their varied healthcare needs. They are based in Denver, Colorado.