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The Fallen Hero Network provides support, resource, and logistical services to any agency who submits an official request for service.

All requests are evaluated and prioritized based on current and forecast obligations, immediacy of the need, and capabilities of the organization.

Assistance for Line of Duty death requests are always top priority and will be answered without cost to any agency or family who requests service.


The Fallen Hero Network is constantly working on one-time events and ongoing programs that Honor our Fallen Heroes, support their families and agencies and programs that actively support all of our Nation's First Responders and Military Personnel.  We also have sponsorship and volunteer opportunities nationwide where you can become involved with our mission and support our heroes.  To learn more about our programs and opportunities select the Read More button below and see what is available.

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On 9/11/2019 A singular United States Flag was flown over the Utah State Capitol building in remembrance and honor of each Utah Fallen First Responder.  This flag was identified as the "UTAH FLAG OF THE FALLEN" with help from State Representative Lee Perry and by decree of Governor Gary Herbert and remains in the care, custody, and control of the Utah Fallen Hero Network.  While it was hoped the flag would never be needed to honor another fallen hero, sadly, this flag has draped the bodies of recent Fallen Heroes, and stands ready to continue to honor those you place themselves in harms way.