The 1957 Chevy hood also contains two military members fist bumping, an array of different military aircraft and silhouettes of military members holding riffles.
Veterans were encouraged to sign the side of the truck that represented the conflicts they were a part of. The driver’s side represents Operation Iraqi Freedom and the passenger side, Operation Enduring Freedom.
On each truck door is a banner identifying each conflict along with a medallion with the inscription, “A Fallen Hero Remembered.” These areas were reserved to be signed by family members whose loved ones died during those conflicts.
The dashboard is dedicated for Medal of Honor recipients from all U.S. conflicts to sign.
Thus far on the tour the couple has driven more than seven thousand miles and Breech hopes the vehicle will be placed in a museum one day for all to see.
For information go to Breech’s Facebook page “Remembering our Heroes Tour” or Instagram @remembering_our_heroes_tour.