Eternally Honoring America's

Fallen Heroes

The National Global War on Terror Memorial Trail is a project of LifeGR®, a 501(c)3 nonprofit

National Global War on Terror Memorial Trail

The National Global War on Terror Memorial Trail will consist of a 10 mile trail winding through the American Southwest. The memorial trail will be accompanied by 7,028 evenly spaced individual KIA memorials with an approximate 7.5′ space between them. Each memorial will host the name, DOB – KIA, and the branch of service of each fallen. 

 

Funding for the creation, and upkeep of the memorial park will be raised from monthly and individual donations, KIA sponsorships, and our Wall of Appreciation sponsorships. 

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GWOT Fallen Hero Total 2001 -2021
Fallen Hero Sponsor Levels

Platinum Sponsor

  • Your name engraved on a Fallen Hero’s Memorial in the Park
  • First Sponsorship Listed
  • Largest Sponsorship Text 
  • LifeGR Recognition Gift Personally Presented to You, the Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

  • Your name engraved on a Fallen Hero’s Memorial in the Park
  • Second Sponsorship Listed
  • Medium Sponsorship Text 
  • LifeGR Recognition Gift Provided to the Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

  • Your name engraved on a Fallen Hero’s Memorial in the Park
  • Third Sponsorship Listed
  • Medium-Small Sponsorship Text 
  • LifeGR Recognition Gift Provided to the Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

  • Your name engraved on a Fallen Hero’s Memorial in the Park
  • Fourth Sponsorship Listed
  • Small Sponsorship Text 

"Honoring all those we've lost and showing support and gratitude to their loved ones is the very least we can do."

Heather Williams

Join Our Wall of Appreciation

Have your name permanently recognized in our visitor center’s wall of appreciation.

Healing one step at a time

Global War on Terror Memorial Trail

On September 11, 2021, LifeGR co-founder & CEO, Jesse Johnson-Brower became the first person in history to walk 487 miles, across six states, between the three national 9/11 memorials. His 9/11 Memorial Walk began at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City, where he continued walking to the National Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, PA, and completing his walk at the National Pentagon Memorial on September 11, 2021.

During his walk, Jesse realized the healing power of walking. He wanted to create a permanent place where those in need could go, walk, and remember.

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