Hall of Honor

We began with a smaller website and as a tribute to those US Navy sailors who perished in Typhoon Cobra 18 December 1944. Soon after the site went live, we began hearing from their families and some of the survivors too. It was an amazing journey for me as your webmaster. My father, a man I never knew, had clung to the one and only life raft with thirteen other sailors before the he slipped away to a watery grave.

From that humble beginning, our website grew and attracted patriots here in Sacramento who wanted to do more than have a "Support Our Troops" bumper sticker on their car. When September 11, 2001 touched our hearts and souls we were called on to defend patriots wherever they served. Our first organized event had modest expectations. A handful of volunteers hoped for a turnout of 100 to 200 people on the west steps of the state capitol. At its peak, 5,000 participants cheered America's finest and their families here at home. Patriotwatch.com was born. Along the way, we've had a lot of help and that's why we created the Hall of Honor pages.

Heroes@home: Americans are amazing! In these simple pages are the stories of ordinary people who've done extraordinary things.  Some are selfless acts, many are creative and inspiring!

Heroes@:Corp: Corporate Responsibility is more than a buzz word to those featured in this section. In one way or another, they have led by example. We hope in recognizing them, others will follow suit in their own community.

Heroes@Serving: They not only wear their uniforms with pride and dignity, they go above and beyond. Some have made the ultimate sacrifice. Some have served then returned to serve at home.

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