About Run for the Fallen

Beginning June 14, 2008, a small team of runners ran across America to raise awareness about the lives of those service members who fought, to activate their memories and keep their spirits alive, to support organizations that help wounded veterans and Gold Star families, and to aid the healing process for those Americans whose lives have been affected by the war.

On the final day of the 2008 memorial run, over 9000 runners in nine countries and forty-three states collectively ran almost 36,000 miles in honor and remembrance of all fallen service members killed in both Iraq and Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom).

Each year since the run across America, runners from around the world have joined Run for the Fallen in remembering our fallen. Over 50,000+ participants and over 200,000+ miles have been collectively run in remembrance of those fallen in OIF and OEF. We refuse any political affiliation or agenda, but simply honor those who have fought, and those who have fallen under the American flag.

Run for the Fallen has partnered with Honor and Remember. Please visit this link to find the runs happening in states near you.

Download a runner’s bib that you can wear when you run for the fallen. runforthefallen.org

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