The Post 9/11 War Memorial
The Post 9-11 War Memorial, previously known as the Welcome Home Troops Honor Wall, is a memorial to honor our military that have fallen since 9/11. The memorial will represent those who have lost their lives in service to our nation post 9/11: active duty Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, Reserves and National Guard during:
The Global War on Terror
Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)
Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq)
Operation New Dawn (Afghanistan)
Where will the wall be located?
We will take the wall wherever we are invited. The Memorial will also accompany Welcome Home Troops at their events to solemnly honor the fallen.
When will the Memorial be completed?
We are currently fun-raising for the project. As soon as the necessary funds are raised to cover the cost, its transportation and the first year of expenses, the Memorial will be available for scheduling on-site events nationwide.
How will the Post 9-11 War Memorial be made?
The current design of the memorial panels will be created in a station style, 4 sided display with cap. The materials are gold-toned brushed aluminum frame with black, high gloss anodized panels. The panels will have the engraved names of all casualties of the global war on terror, listed in order of date of passing. The names will be updated and revealed on Memorial Day each year as long as new names are added relating to casualties of the Global War on Terror.
The Memorial will be housed in a 25-ft towable trailer behind a diesel motor home, which will allow for several weeks or months of travel per year.
Why Build the Post 9-11 War Memorial?
The Post 9-11 War Memorial serves to bring healing to those who have been scarred by their losses. Much like the Vietnam Memorial and the Vietnam Moving Wall, there is a need for a point of contact, or point of honor, if you will, so that the sacred nature of life can be memorialized and provide confidence that those who have served valiantly and sacrificed their lives will never be forgotten.
Why build a Memorial?
Grief should never be borne alone. When our Soldiers make the ultimate sacrifice, our country grieves with their families, both to honor and to heal. Our country waited for more than 20 years from the onset of The Vietnam War to honor the memories of that war’s fallen heroes. It’s been more than ten years since the start of the Global War on Terror, and we simply cannot wait that long. It is imperative that we create a legacy memorial for the post 9/11 casualties, our active-duty military who lost their lives fighting for our country.
Thank you for your support and donations!
Any questions can be sent to
Sue Rebar, CEO /Executive Director and Founder
Charity Tax ID 26-0711272