Honoring Maine’s Military Heroes in Brunswick

Posted 10/28/22
Cutting ribbon

As a proud provider of health care insurance for U.S. military families, opening the latest Martin’s Point health care facility on the grounds of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station in 2021 held special meaning. Here in Brunwsick, we continue our tribute to U.S. servicemen and women this week.

Thanks to The Summit Project (TSP), our Brunswick Health Care Center will host the TSP Honor Case through November. A living tribute recognizing the sacrifice made by fallen Maine heroes and their Gold Star families, the case holds a number of memorial stones, selected by each servicemember’s family to memorialize a treasured life lost. 

Like the two major hiking events it hosts each year, the Honor Case is an important way for The Summit Project to recognize the sacrifices made by Maine soldiers and their families. “Our vision is to ensure the names of our fallen service members are spoken every day and that every person in the community knows their stories,” says Greg Johnson, Executive Director of The Summit Project and a veteran himself. “We are grateful to Martin’s Point for helping us continue with this amazing work and for providing assurance to our Gold Star families that our fallen Maine heroes will not be forgotten.”

Martin’s Point members, patients, and the public are welcome to stop by and visit the Honor Case at 114 Bath Road in Brunswick.

Martin’s Point has provided health insurance to members of the military and their families with our TRICARE plan since 1993.  You can learn more about our Brunswick Health Center  here.