Throughout our nation’s history, service men and women have gone bravely into battle, risking their lives and livelihoods, sacrificing their safety to defend America. When their duty is done, many return home to life as it was. Sadly, for over 4 million veterans seriously injured in the line of duty, leaving the battlefield does not mark the end of conflict. These permanently disabled heroes often carry home life-altering disabilities – stern reminders of the price of freedom.
America’s disabled veterans have honored us with their service and selfless duty. It is now our turn to honor them.
For the first time, America will pay tribute to some of our most courageous heroes – our disabled veterans. The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial will celebrate those men and women who may be broken in body – but never in spirit.
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- Honor in the heart of Washington November 27, 2018
- A Tribute to the Grit of Disabled Veterans October 7, 2014
- America's newest national memorial will honor disabled veterans by Lois Pope - The Hill September 29, 2014
- American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial has impact larger than its size September 29, 2014