A Special Intern
A True Friend
Pledge of Peace
Sands of Remembrance
General Omar Bradley
General Omar Bradley, NGL Honorary Chairman was the last Five Star General of the Army and was known as the known as “the Soldier's Soldier.”
Cal Ripken, Jr., President
Baseball Hall of Fame Member. From May 30, 1982 through September 19, 1998 this “everyday player” ground out 2,632 consecutive games, thus shattering Lou Gehrig’s, “unbreakable” record of 2,130.
Chuck Hagel, SecDef
Charles “The Honorable Chuck Hagel, US Senator and First Veteran to Serve as Secretary of Defense.
Home Run King. In 1974, broke Babe Ruth’s record, hitting his 715th home run. Baseball Hall of Fame Member.
NFL Hall of Fame Member. Known as “The Golden Arm,” he was named NFL Player of the Year three times.
NFL Hall of Fame Member. He won the Heisman Trophy in 1963 while playing for the United States Naval Academy. A Vietnam Veteran he went on to be a star Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.
Baseball Hall of Fame Member. The last major league player to every top the 0.400 mark. He put his Country first as pilot in WWII and Korea.