HONOR ROLL OF CHARTER MEMBERS:
One of the greatest benefits of membership at The National WWII Museum is the opportunity to place a personal tribute in the country’s official Museum dedicated to every hero who served or volunteered on the front and at home.
The Honor Roll of Charter Members is this permanent listing of all Charter and Patriots Circle Members that allows them the unique opportunity to honor their personal World War II “hero” — the brave men and women who, through their contributions to the Allied victory in World War II, helped preserve our liberty and freedom.
It also gives the Museum an opportunity to say “thank you” to the more than 300,000 individuals who have supported the Museum since it opened on June 6, 2000.
Find out how to add the name of your personal World War II hero to the Honor Roll.
SEARCHING THE HONOR ROLL
You can search for members and their honorees by filling out any of the search fields below. However, not all fields need to be filled out.
The name of the member will always appear on the left of the results screen. If there is an honoree name that matches your search, this will appear to the right side of the member’s name.
When the results are displayed, click on the account number of the member that you would like to view and the full Honor Roll Certificate will appear for both the member and honoree(s).
NOTE: To search, please enter either a last name or account number, but not both. Enter your account number without the dashes. (For example: 001-123-456 should be entered as 001123456.)
If you have problems finding a listing or would like to make a correction to your listing, please contact us.
PLEASE NOTE: We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our Honor Roll of Charter Members. If you have purchased a membership after April of 2015, your record may not appear. We are working diligently to correct the problem and guarantee that your personal tribute will be featured as soon as it is resolved. Thank you for your patience.
NOTE: To search, please enter either a last name or account number, but not both.