To Publicly Honor and Remember
Every American Fallen Service Member
and Recognize the Enduring Sacrifice
of Every Family
is a Visible Public Reminder to all Americans of the Lives Given to Preserve Freedom; and a National Symbol of Appreciation Recognizing the Sacrifice of Generations of Fallen Hero Families.
Sign The Petition
In the more than 200 years of our nation’s history there has never been a specific public symbol that reminds us of the sacrifice
made by members of our armed forces and sends a message of appreciation to the families they left behind.
We propose the Honor and Remember Flag
as the national emblem for that purpose.
Current State Adoptions 26:
AZ, DE, FL, GA, IN, KS, LA,
MD, MO, MN, NC, NE, NJ, OK,
OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, WI,
UT, VA, VT, WV, WY.
Each year since the first run
across America in 2008, runners from
around the world have joined
Run for the Fallen
in remembering our fallen.
Over 50,000+ participants
and over 200,000+ miles
have been collectively run
in remembrance of
those heroes, organized
in over 26 states. But
there is much more to be developed.
We need your help to achieve individual comprehensive remembrance in all 50 states.
We Honor the memory of these selfless men and women who recently gave their lives, and Remember them each individually by name. Please pray for these families as they begin their journey of healing through this unimaginable devastation.
March 2020 Heroes
Gunnery Sgt. Diego D. Pongo, 34, of Simi Valley, CA,
Capt. Moises A. Navas, 34, of Germantown, MD,
Army Spc. Juan Miguel Mendez Covarrubias, 27, of Hanford, CA,
Air Force Staff Sgt. Marshal D. Roberts, 28, of Owasso, OK,
Sgt. 1st Class John David Randolph Hilty, 44, from Bowie, MD.