EOD Remembrance Garden
Peace, Comfort, and Honor
The EOD Remembrance Garden is complete and open to the public.
This area has several permanent benches surrounding our statues that represent an EOD warrior from each of the
major military branches of service that serve as EOD technicians.
As many of you know, the EOD Warrior Foundation began the process of a Memorial Grounds Expansion in 2020, the “EOD Remembrance Garden”, that now hosts a statue in remembrance of all EOD Techs. In May 2021, we shared the initial announcement from Greg Mittelman, our Chairman, announcing the expansion and vault that is to be buried beneath this expansion area, filled with memorabilia sent in by EOD warriors and their families. See video above for further details
Please join us in sending in a memory, letter, or other item that you would like included in the vault. This is not a time capsule, so please know that whatever item you send in will remain at the remembrance area permanently.
You may send in anything you like, keeping in mind a size limit to not exceed 4″ x 4″ x 4″.
Some ideas might include: Photograph, letter, card, coin, shirt, etc.
All items in sealed envelopes will not be opened, but must be properly labeled as follows:
EOD Warrior Foundation Office
716 Crestview Ave, Niceville, FL 32578
Thank you all for sharing your memories and keeping the promise of “We Remember.”
For questions please email: email@example.com or call 850-729-2336
The Remembrance Garden Journey
Sculpted by Stephanie Hunter / Grounds designed and developed by Landon Wise / Wyscape