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Monument Wall

This is a monument to those humans and animals that have served our country or supported those who defend it.

This page lists the Tributes uploaded by our visitors. You can add one, too!

The Map Page shows you where the tributes are from, where centers are located, and other points of interest.

You can read all the comments HERE or use the state picker to view comments from a specific state.


If you would like to pay tribute to an animal or human click HERE to submit a comment.

Latest Comments

Joanie at 3/26/2014 1:21:00 AM says:
My wonderful husband is a retired Air Force Major with 25 years of dedicated service under his belt. He is an excellent role model for his children and step-children, is kind, thoughtful, conscientious and loving. He loves horses and his service-related disc disease is eased greatly when he can spend time with horses, they are full of love like him..thank you!
 
Misty Armour at 3/20/2014 7:35:00 PM says:

Here is a song written for all of those who suffer in silence with PTSD. My husband is a combat veteran (Marine Corps Infantry) of Iraq. 2nd Battalion 4th Marines will be honoring those fallen in a 10 year anniversary ceremony for the battle of Ramadi this April in California. I hope to be participating in a new military equine therapy program here in TN as soon as they are up and running! Hope you like the song! "How a Hero Lives" http://m.reverbnation.com/artist/mistyarmour

Thanks Misty! What a wonderful song. Everyone can pay tribute in their own special way!

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Equine-Assisted Therapy at 3/19/2014 3:36:00 PM says:
Equine-Assisted Therapy Veterans Program of St. Louis is proud to recognize and thank our courageous veterans and compassionate horses that make our program what it is. Thanks to both the veterans and the horses, physical and spiritual freedom is a true and enduring gift that can never be repaid. Thank you!
 
Jody McLee at 11/11/2013 5:45:00 PM says:

I honor all the veterans in my family who have fought for America since the Revolution. They fought for freedom for us and others as well. May God watch over all those who fight for freedom.

We hear you J.M.! Way to represent Alabama!

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Anonymous at 11/11/2013 3:26:00 PM says:

A tribute: I have the unfortunate responsibility of informing W.P. Goodnature of the death of Army CW3 Corey Goodnature. Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 Corey J. Goodnature, Died June 28, 2005 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 35, of Clarks Grove, Minn.; assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.; killed June 28 when an MH-47 Chinook helicopter crashed while ferrying personnel to a battle against militants in eastern Afghanistan. Rest in peace.


We honor Army CW3 Corey Goodnature and, also, his family for their service and dedication to our country.

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Teresa Bright at 11/11/2013 2:46:00 PM says:

My dad, SSG Wade Murph was so proud to serve in the military. He was in the Army for 22 years, and after he retired, he always regretted retiring. He was the epitome of a soldier. He lived it every day. He was in Korea twice and Germany twice. I want to thank him and all of the other veterans and active duty personnel. God bless them all!


Indeed! What a handsome soldier!

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Nancy Maurer. at 6/25/2013 8:55:00 PM says:

Discovery Ranch is a nonprofit organization in Saskatchewan, Canada providing Eagala model EAP/EAL. Please put Grenfell, Saskatchewan on the map!

You got it! Thanks for serving our Wounded Warriors and their Families!

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Anonymous at 1/1/2013 12:02:00 PM says:
I was inspired by the AllGlory show at the Equine Extravaganza and by Tommy Turvey and Guy MacLean talking about the veterans coming home and getting back with their families with horses. I want to say thanks to the military people and I hope they find their peace and grace once home.
 
Joan Blank at 10/15/2012 5:51:00 PM says:

Dream Catcher of Los Angeles Therapeutic Riding Centers and Horses for Forces want to salute our Veterans that competed in the Kiwanis Horse Show at Hansen Dam on October 7th.

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Your name...Elizabeth shatner at 7/14/2012 3:42:00 AM says:

Thanks Lexington Junior League for supporting TAGP and providing a charity table and time on your jumbotron to play our public service announcement. Joining forces through horses . Gratitude from our TAG Team.

 
SHANNON at 7/10/2012 7:21:00 PM says:

Thank you for finding a way to help our veterans, it is so important that they know we are all there for them and appriciate all that they sacrifice for us. I come from a strong military family and know the sacrifices that the soliders and their families make. Special thanks to my Son-n-law who is deployed now (that is him with our Arabian on their wedding), my nephew who severed in Iraq and my daughter that is state side and gone but not forgotten my father and Uncle. God Bless all our military Freedom isn't free!


WHAT AN AMAZING PICTURE! Both so handsome!

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Babs Hamilton at 7/10/2012 6:56:00 PM says:

As a Canadian wife/mother of serving members, I fully understand the emotional toll of having a loved one overseas taking the stand with others against those that threaten the world's sanctuary. We are the ones that smile and claim everything is good when asked how we are coping. We are the ones that try not to show just how concerned we are about our loved ones out fighting "the battle". We are the ones that make sure everything back home keeps on going in their absence. We are the ones that cry ourselves to sleep at night because we are afraid and feel somewhat alone. We are the ones that are too proud to ask for help at times telling ourselves it would make us look weak...and we need to be strong for our absent loved ones. It's to all those women (I can only speak of how a woman feels) that I would like to pay tribute to. You are a brave and very strong entity in the lives of our soldiers, regardless of what country they come from. We all stand together for the same cause and we all contribute in our own way. To you all I say "thank you" for without your strength in keeping the home fires burning, our troops would not be able to carry out their task as they have been trained to do. Knowing that those at home are under the loving care of their "women" (and men/family members of course) these soldiers are able to concentrate on the task at hand knowing that the importance of what they do is reflected in just that...home. I thank these wives/husband/families for their support both to their soldiers and to the others that share the same challenge. God Bless!


Babs is totally right. Just like one needs a solid foundation for a house, supporting our returning soldiers' support system is the only way to truly help them re-build. That's why The All Glory Project especially supports centers that provide programs for family re-itegration and spousal/child support!

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Lisa Grassetti at 7/8/2012 8:06:00 PM says:
I wish to thank all of our Veterans and Animals who served and serve our Country. It's the best Country in the World and without you it wouldn't be so safe! Thank YOU!
 
Sarina Gross at 7/8/2012 2:55:00 PM says:

If it were not for the sacrifices of our brave soldiers, we could not enjoy the freedoms that we do. When you see a soldier, thank them!

 
Elizabeth Shatner at 7/8/2012 12:45:00 PM says:

Please join our campaign of consciousness to say thank you to our veterans, their families and the animals that serve our freedom. How? However you can. Whether it is : >a tribute or word of thanks on our All Glory Project virtual gratitude monument >liking and sharing us on Facebook and twitter > contributing your talent I.e song or poem >or a much-appreciated $$ donation to help support the animal assisted therapy centers "vetted" by our TAGP team professionals to "civilian fund" the qualified , established animal assisted therapy (AAT) centers in growing and expanding their programs to aid and integrate our WW and their families. Join our All Glory Project team.. We civilians can "step up" to give a "leg up" to care for those who have served our freedom so they can" get back up on the horse" of civilian life on the path to be the best they can be. one person, one community, one industry at a time. Together we can help make a difference. ~ E. Shatner and CH All Glory

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