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Honor and Remember, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the establishment of a national remembrance flag.
Honor and Remember, Inc. was founded by George Lutz who lost his son to a sniper’s bullet in Iraq on December 29, 2005. In May 2008, Mr. Lutz unveiled the Honor and Remember Flag and began a national campaign to bring tribute to all of our fallen heroes.
The Honor and Remember Flag recognizes all individuals from all wars or conflicts involving the United States who died while serving our nation, not only those killed in action, but all who have died in the line of duty. The flag serves as a symbol of national gratitude for the hundreds of thousands of American men and women who bravely made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve the freedoms we enjoy today.
Our goals are as follows:
• To gain congressional and military approval of the flag as an official permanent symbol to fly continuously in eternal honor and remembrance of fallen military men and women.
• To educate the nation about the flags existence and symbolism,
• To provide Gold Star families with an individually personalized tribute
This is an historic movement that reaches out to America which will collectively honor all fallen military heroes, with a tangible emblem recognizing their sacrifice more than two days a year. On February 12, 2009 Congressman Randy Forbes introduced H.R.1034 in support of this important mission.
There are many ways your organization can help including awareness and sponsorship. Contact www.honorandremember.org for more info.
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