The Honor Wall is a place to commemorate all of your relatives who served in the US military. Whether they fought in the Revolution or served in the Gulf War, now you can salute all the heroes from your past and remember their bravery through stories and photos.
Fold3 created the Honor Wall to allows user to fill existing memorial pages devoted to relatives or ancestors who served in the military with scanned images of old muster sheets, letters, photographs or any other memorabilia gathering dust in attics and basements. Visitors who register on the site can add their own research or create their own pages. They can choose whether to restrict access to the pages they create,if they wish.
The individual memorial pages contain information about more than 20 million people who served in the military, much of the information drawn from government archives of past conflicts through World War II.
Although signing up for the site and viewing much of it and personal records can be done for free, The Honor Wall charges a subscription fee for visitors to who wish to dig more deeply into the details as stored in military archives.
The Honor Wall is available at www.fold3.com/wall.