Remembering the War that Changed Everything

Created by an Act of Congress in 2013, the mission of the United States World War I Centennial Commission is to plan, develop, and execute programs, projects, and activities to honor and recognize America’s involvement in the Great War.

We’re proud to serve as the Commission’s communication partner, producing educational and public service programming to raise awareness and support fundraising on a national scale.

This includes outreach on behalf of the World War I National Memorial, scheduled to be dedicated in Washington DC on November 18, 2018. Narrated by Gary Sinise, the Loma-produced campaign honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice and renews our pledge:

To protect our future…by remembering our past.

Acclaimed actor Gary Sinese has a personal connection to the War. His grandfather, pictured here, served in the American Expeditionary Force.

Writer/Director/Producer of the series is award-winning filmmaker John DeBello, who took some time to share his vision for the video series project.

Writer/Director/Producer of the series is award-winning filmmaker John DeBello, who took some time to share his vision for the video series project. Read More

Every major American war fought in defense of freedom is honored with a national Memorial–except World War One.

Every major American war fought in defense of freedom is honored with a national Memorial–except World War One.