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On April 11, 2013 the Office of Personnel Management unveiled the Wall of Honor, located in the main lobby of the Theodore Roosevelt Building. The wall honors the Federal civil servants who have died in the line of duty. There are fifty-two stars on the wall, one for each of the states, the District of Columbia, and the territories.
The names of all those fallen, beginning on or after December 20, 2011, can be found at the Wall of Honor’s virtual home
To read former Director Berry’s remarks please visit the below link:
“On behalf of a grateful nation, we dedicate this wall to all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.” – Former Director Berry
USOPM Photo By: Timothy Grant 4/11/2013