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“Knowing our history to preserve and protect our freedom.”

Chronicling the Greatest Warriors & Leaders in Modern American Military History 


First person, multi media, interactive episodes featuring video, audio, interactivity, maps, music and more.


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Review of General Ray Davis's episode, 

One of the Episodes in the Series:


Adam Kennedy has produced a highly readable and visual account of the U.S. Marines during the Korean War. He has specially focused on retelling the story of then Lt Col Raymond Davis's epic march to retrieve one of his rifle companies (F/2/7) that had been temporarily trapped by thousands of Communist Chinese soldiers at Toktong Pass. To make the reading even more fascinating, using state of the art digital technology, Kennedy has incorporated lots of sidebar mini-histories on the equipment used by the Marines during the war as well as social and cultural events that took place at the same time back home ...thanks to Adam Kennedy for so vividly illustrating this event for future researchers.  

~ Dr. Charles Neimeyer,

Director, USMC History Division

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OUR VISION: To chronicle and share with the youth of America the extraordinary service and lives of our genuine American heroes, The Greatest Warriors and Leaders in Modern American History  - The Legion of Valor. Members of the Legion of Valor have been awarded the two highest medals for valor in action, the Medal of Honor and the Army, Navy, and Airforce Crosses.


We want to educate and inspire today's young people to make them realize the great sacrifice generations of American soldiers have given to make America great and free. Freedom isn't free, our young people desperately need to know this.


Chronicling the Greatest Warriors and Leaders: The presentation is a multi media first person interactive product featuring video, audio, interactivity, maps, music and places the veteran's combat experience in historical context. Each profile will be apart of an ongoing interactive "encyclopedia" of modern American military history.

Chronicling Greatness has currently identified 400 living heroes since World War II for presentation. Each digital interactive profile costs $23,640.00 to produce. Our intent is two fold:


1) to chronicle, preserve and share 400 extraordinary Legion of Valor stories.


2) to contact and distribute for free each multimedia story via direct downloads, email campaigns and website access to:

  • all 82 military schools and academies in the United States


  • 500 of the largest public school districts in the United States, representing 30,199 schools and 20,607,470 students

  • all 2,900 Junior and Senior ROTC programs in the United States


We need the stories of The Greatest Warriors and Leaders in Modern American History- The Legion of  Valor to be forever etched in history. This incredible and dynamic project will be the first step in creating a long lasting legacy for these remarkable men.

Recent Schools and ROTC Programs receiving the Series:
AFROTC Det. 190
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Glynn County School System, Brunswick, Georgia
Euclid NJROTC, Euclid, Ohio
JROTC Programs San Diego California
Army Jrotc, 8th Brigade for the states of Arkansas, American Samoa, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Marianas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Japan and Korea. 
Kemper County High School JROTC, De Kalb, MS.

T.L. Hanna HS NJROTC, Anderson, SC

Air Force ROTC, Det. 027 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ

Ohio State University 

Thompson Library, Newark Campus, The

Warner Library,
Lima Campus library, The Bromfield Library
& the Marion Campus Library in Honor of Lt. Col. Doug Williams Sr.

The Air Force Academy
McDermott Library and the Base Library, in Honor of Lt. Col. Doug Williams Sr.