No Greater Love

No Greater Love No Greater Love (NGL) - www.ngl.org is an independent non-profit organization that encourages Americans to honor the sacrifices of our fallen and their families.
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NGL asks each of us to Live Honoring America’s Fallen everyday by giving back to the Nation and to unite in the National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. each Memorial Day. NGL seeks to provide a sense of history to our citizens, ensuring younger generations understand the sacrifices made to preserve our liberties. No Greater Love was established 40 years ago to promote the values of Memorial Day by acts of remembrance throughout the year. The National Moment of Remembrance, initiated by NGL in 1997, asks Americans wherever they are at 3 p.m., local time, on Memorial Day to pause in an act of national unity. In this shared remembrance, we connect as Americans.

NGL asks each of us to Live Honoring America’s Fallen everyday by giving back to the Nation and to unite in the National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. each Memorial Day. NGL seeks to provide a sense of history to our citizens, ensuring younger generations understand the sacrifices made to preserve our liberties. No Greater Love was established 40 years ago to promote the values of Memorial Day by acts of remembrance throughout the year. The National Moment of Remembrance, initiated by NGL in 1997, asks Americans wherever they are at 3 p.m., local time, on Memorial Day to pause in an act of national unity. In this shared remembrance, we connect as Americans.

Mission: No Greater Love is a 501.3(c) non-profit organization that for 40 years is dedicated to honoring America's fallen Heroes!

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Getting help is not a sign of weakness. Help support our troops and help our veterans get help by using the Veteran's Cr...
07/11/2012
Suicides Eclipse War Deaths for U.S. Troops

Getting help is not a sign of weakness. Help support our troops and help our veterans get help by using the Veteran's Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 or chat online at veteranscrisisline.net!


http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/09/us/suicides-eclipse-war-deaths-for-us-troops.html

There have been 154 suicides among active-duty troops this year, a rate of nearly one death a day that is on pace to set a record annual high since the start of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

06/26/2012

Please Remember our Troops, past and present, as we approach July 4th. Remember why it is called Independence Day and we can all thank Veterans for their gift of freedom!

Thank you to  Barry Cox Photography for submitting this great photo of Susan Shenk and Tameè Su Lu observing the Nationa...
05/28/2012

Thank you to Barry Cox Photography for submitting this great photo of Susan Shenk and Tameè Su Lu observing the National Moment of Remembrance!

Post photos of how YOU observe the Moment on our page or email them to '[email protected]' and you could be featured on our FB and website!

This is a truly touching story that really illustrates that unbreakable bond between our heroes and their furry battlefr...
05/28/2012

This is a truly touching story that really illustrates that unbreakable bond between our heroes and their furry battlefront buddies.

Hawkeye mourns the loss of his best friend, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, after his Chinook was shot down by the Taliban last year.

We honor the courage of every man and woman who died in defense of our country and, like Hawkeye, keep them forever in our hearts.

3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)
05/25/2012

3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)

Pfc. Jose Vazquez, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), places an American flag in front of a grave stone at Arlington National Cemetery for Memorial Day weekend. This tradition, known as "flags in," has been conducted annually since The Old Guard was designated as the Army's official ceremonial unit in 1948. Every available soldier in the 3rd U.S. Infantry participates, placing small American flags one foot in front and centered before each grave marker. (Photo by Sgt. Jose Torres)

Union Ironworkers
05/18/2012

Union Ironworkers

Buddy Cefalu, President of the Iron Workers District Council of Mid-Atlantic States, a proud marine and Vietnam Veteran, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery today. Sponsored by No Greater Love, the wreath-laying ceremony was held in remembrance of the bombing of the USS Stark on May 17, 1985.

Remember those who died to keep us free!

Only 17 days until Memorial Day!Who will YOU be honoring at 3pm?Feel free to share your stories below.
05/11/2012

Only 17 days until Memorial Day!
Who will YOU be honoring at 3pm?
Feel free to share your stories below.

04/30/2012

Today marks the 37th Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War.
We invite you to join No Greater Love & Union Ironworkers in honoring our Vietnam veterans with a wreath-laying today at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery at 4:15pm.

We continue to be forever grateful for the brave men and women who have sacrificed for us.

Today, on the 32nd anniversary, No Greater Love joined with the family, friends, and survivors of Operation Eagle Claw f...
04/25/2012

Today, on the 32nd anniversary, No Greater Love joined with the family, friends, and survivors of Operation Eagle Claw for a memorial service and wreath laying at the Tomb of The Unknowns.

04/25/2012
32nd Anniversary of Eagle Claw

32nd Anniversary of Eagle Claw

The Iran Hostage Rescue Mission

On November 3, 1979, a group of militant Iranian students stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, and captured the 53 Americans there,. These Americans were held hostage at the Embassy for 444 days.

An all-volunteer military mission to rescue the American hostages was planned for April 25, 1980. On that day, Three Marines and five Air Force servicemen were killed when a helicopter and a transport plane crashed in Iran’s Great Salt Desert after the ill-fated rescue mission was abandoned.

The country did not forget -- out of the ashes of this mission has risen the nation’s formidable special operations capability that is used daily to protect American lives and advance America’s interests around the globe.

As we look to the future - Memorial Day is a little over a month away. Where will you be at 3pm for the National Moment ...
04/24/2012

As we look to the future - Memorial Day is a little over a month away. Where will you be at 3pm for the National Moment of Remembrance as we honor our fallen?

03/30/2012

With Memorial Day around the corner, please remember our Vets ... they are truly our American Heroes! Thank you!

07/16/2011

If you are a Veteran, we first thank you for your service! To learn about educating Vets for civilian careers, please visit http://veteransorganization.net

Moment Of Remembrance
05/11/2011

Moment Of Remembrance

05/10/2011

The Price of Our Freedom

Involves students K-12 in putting patriotism into action! This project reminds them of the sacrifices made for their freedom and who gave their lives for us, and build on the idea that in working together we can make our country stronger and better.

05/10/2011

The National Moment of Remembrance

In 1997, NGL initiated The National Moment of Remembrance, which asks every American to pause at 3 p.m. local time, wherever they are on Memorial Day. This special tribute is moment of reflection and remembrance that unites us as one nation in this one moment. In 2000, Congress made the National Moment of Remembrance the law of the land (Public Law 106-579).

05/10/2011

Unions are the unsung heroes in the story of No Greater Love. Without their commitment and belief that freedom is not free, No Greater Love might not exist today.

Since 1971, the unions have helped No Greater Love with anything and everything needed to honor the fallen and their families.

05/10/2011

NGL wishes to thank our supporters who made this year's 20th Gulf War Anniversary Remembrance Tribute a huge success.

Walter Wise, General President
International Association of Ironworkers
Michael J. Sullivan, General President
Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association
Harold A. Schaitberger, General President
International Association of Firefighters

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
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