Veterans Honor Court
A memorial to the deceased. A tribute to those still serving.
Honoring the dedication of living military members and memorialization of deceased veterans is an American tradition of recognizing the men and women who serve to preserve our country’s freedom.
The Veterans Honor Court at the Shrine of Remembrance is a uniquely distinctive place of tribute to military veterans and their spouses who shared in the burden of their loyal service. The majestic 25-foot Memorial Wall at the Shrine of Remembrance features beautiful war theater memorials to honor those who serve and have served our country in military uniform.
The memorial walls of the Veterans Honor Court contain individual bronze plaques naming the veterans, and often their spouse, so they will be forever honored. The individually cast perpetual bronze plaques include the veteran’s name and a raised emblem of the branch of the Armed Forces in which the veteran served. Often the plaques are obtained prior to a veteran’s death and are mounted on the wall as a living tribute to the veteran and their service to our nation.