"The battle is now joined on many fronts. We will not waver, we will not tire, we will not falter, and we will not fail. Peace and freedom will prevail." G.W. Bush
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Thank you from a soldier you honor my brothers and I salute you for it.
I am thankful for a group of men and men that are willing to pay the ultimate price for our freedom. If it were not for these young men and women, I would not be able to sit here tonight and write this comment. May these young people now rest in peace with no more wars to fight. These young people have once again given their lives to safe a life.
And there's nothing short a' dying That's half as lonesome as the sound Of the sleeping city sidewalk And Sunday morning coming down.
I sometimes think we forget that freedom comes with a price. The price these men and women pay with their lives. the price their children pay in the lose of their parents. May we never forget how precious our freedom is and the price that was paid for it. Thank you for that reminder.
I hope this is an appropriate place to post a little correction on Jonathan Rojas..That would be Fort Wainwright, Alaska, not Alabama. This is great memorial to our Fallen Heroes, thank you for all your effort.
Thanks for doing this website. It is a wonderful service. These young people have given their lives. May they never be forgotten.
I just wanted to ask if you had forgotten William Callahan? He died April 27th and I looked but couldn't find any mention of him. In the words of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young:"Find the cost of freedom, buried in the ground. Mother Earth will swallow you; lay your body down."
Ashweck, thank you for bringing this to our attention. Not only did we omit Sgt. Callahan, but several other fallen service members whose deaths were announced around that same time. It appears that for some reason, we did not get the Department of Defense e-mail notifications we ordinarily receive. We have checked with the DoD and added those whose names were inadvertently omitted.
Thank you Soldier, God Bless you.
I heard your story of the site on NPR today on my way to the outlet mall. There in a kids store was a man in his sailor uniform with his young wife and child. I might have just smiled and passed by but today of all days, I stopped and told him "You look so handsome" (he did)and I'm old so I can say that and "Thank You". He replied"I love what I do"-that says it all
Many prayers to the families and servicemen and women fighting in Iraq. And prayers for a speedy end to hostilities in the region, so you can all come home.
very nice blog....
Will someone please post the email address for the webmaster of this site? Everytime I click on the icon to contact the webmaster, nothing comes up. Someone help. Thanks.
heroesmemorial -at- gmail.com
Please visit our brand new site in honor of SSG Daniel Newsome who was killed in action June 27, 2007 in Iraq. www.troopsupportbracelets.comThanks for your support.The loved ones of SSG Newsome
Michael you are a hero. Thanks for the your courageous service. You will live forever and we will never forget you. Where ever we go people will know that Michael Haregree was a soldier, son and a best friend. He was born in a family of love that followed his accomplishment with pride. May God bless you. I know you are with booger your grandfarther and your great grand parents and so many others that wait for the reuion of us all in Heaven. You will now have time to get to know each other. I salute for Michael and God Bless America as we must stay behind until better days
Thank your for dedicating this blog to our Soldiers. Though many argue that the War in Iraq is illegal, our country men and women do die there. Some of those who gave their lives in the Battlefield were as young as 18. Thanks again, man, and God bless.
As I travel throughout the state of Ohio. meeting and talking with the families of our fallen Men and Women, the mention of this site and how it brings Honor to the Memory And how it is a direct way to pay Respects to their Families,is truely A Beautiful thing.
I am very grateful and thankful for all that our soldiers do for us. Thank you for all your efforts. God Bless the families and friends of those who gave their lives.
Thank you for this site, my brother was Albert Jex, could you place a counter for the total deaths of this war? I think more needs to be said for the amount of ultimate sacrificesthank you
On the sidebar, you can see the deaths by state, service, etc. Look down to "O" and you'll see OIF (Operation Iraqi Freedom) and OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom).
I retired from th Navy in 1997, and now my son is a Marine serving in Iraq. Thank you all for your service to our country, and God keep and bless the souls of my fallen brothers & sisters.
I know this is a memorial, and I salute and weep for all those who gave the ultimate sacrafice, but today my only son returned from Iraq alive and well. Unfortunately that means that after refresher training, it will most likely be off to Afgahnastan. So for now rejoice, for tomorrow we may weep again. God keep us strong as our sons and daughters protect us.Semper Fi!
God's blessings to each and every one of our fallen hero's and to each and every one of our hero's still defending our counrty. There are no words that can describe our gratitude. THANK YOU AND BLESS YOU!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your service. It is not said enough to the men and women who serve, have served, and the fallen. It's with great honor and sadness we have lost heroes. May God carry you and your families through this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all always.
I want to send my deepest and most sincere condolences to all families of our fallen angels...and I want to THANK ALL of the uniformed service members and their families
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