September 27, 2016

About Us

Mission: The mission of the Thiokol Memorial Project, Inc. is to remember and honor the Thiokol Workers and all those involved in the rescue effort. Towards that end, we shall raise funds to manage the planning, construction and endowment of a memorial, education center and museum to honor the workers and all those that risked their lives to save others.



  • Annual Commemorative Observance on February 3rd of each year {Anniversary Commemorative Ceremony}
  • Georgia Legislature/General Assembly adoption of a resolution declaring and proclaiming February 3rd an official Day of Remembrance for the Thiokol Explosion Plant Workers and First Responders
  • Dedication of Georgia Interstate 95, Exit 7 in memory of the 30 Fallen Patriots of Thiokol
  • Renaming of Harrietts Bluff Road to “Patriots Parkway” in honor of the 600 Woodbine Thiokol Plant Workers
  • Camden County School Board decree through resolution a moment of silence at 10:53 AM each February 3rd at all Camden County Schools
  • Posthumously award the 30 Fallen Patriots of Thiokol the Presidential Freedom Award/Congressional Gold Medal
  • 30 Fallen Patriots of Thiokol honored within the National Vietnam Memorial Education Center
  • Five year plan to continue planning and raising funds



  • 50th Anniversary {February 3, 2021} Ceremony.
  • Unveil newly constructed Monument, Educational Center and Museum.