Honor Our Fallen Heroes
11 NOVEMBER 2023

Memorial Hall angled shot, the hall is empty We would like to honor all fallen heroes affiliated with the U.S. Naval Academy during a memorial service on the morning of 11 November.

For more details, visit the full schedule of events.

The names that adorn the walls of Memorial Hall made the ultimate sacrifice and it is our honor and pleasure to remember them and recognize their enduring impact. Each year the U.S. Naval Alumni Association and Foundation (USNA AA&F) invites families who have lost a Naval Academy alum in an Operational Loss or who was Killed in Action back to the Academy to honor both their lost loved ones and the family members who live on. 

If you are a family member of one of these fallen and have not received any information regarding our yearly event, please email Gwenn Dennis, Director, Legacy Programs & Memorial Services.

We Remember:

Watch these videos of past events:

2022 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2021 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2020 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2019 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2018 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2017 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2016 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2015 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2014 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

2013 Honor Our Fallen: Watch Video

One of the USNA AA&F's Shared Interest Groups is Run to Honor. Started by members of the Class of 1995, Run to Honor strives to honor Naval Academy alumni lost in combat or military operations in service to our Nation – all the names in Memorial Hall. Run to Honor has created a Virtual Memorial Hall – to perpetuate the memory of alumni of the United States Naval Academy who have died in service to their country.

Run to Honor needs input from family and friends to make the Virtual Memorial Hall a success. Please visit the following link at USNA Memorial Hall and learn more about our fallen. To add information for your family member, please send photos, stories, anecdotes, and anything else that will help keep their memories alive to Pat McConnell '02.