Hero Stories for April 2008

Senior Airman Jonathan A.V. Yelner

Senior Airman Jonathan A.V. Yel

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Tags: Memorials

Airman Apprentice Adrian M. Campos

Airman Apprentice Adrian M. Cam

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Tags: Memorials , Navy

Presenting HeroBracelets to Iraqi leaders.

We got this wonderful letter from Deb Meyers today. She lost her step-son in Iraq five years ago and presented President Bush with a HeroBracelet bearing his name, PFC Jason Meyer. ------------------ Dear HeroBracelets, 08 APR 2008 marked the 5th anniversary of Jason's death. We were able to go to Arlington Cemitary, Washington, DC to be with Jason that day. On 09 APR 2008, we were privileged to be invited to a very special ceremony. We took part in a wreath laying ceremony with other Gold St...

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Great soldier bracelets.

I want to thank you for my new custom Soldier Bracelets. They look great and fit perfectly. My longtime friend, Aaron Mitchell is in the Army and currently in Iraq. I ordered your bracelets for his parents, his siter and for me. They were all pretty thrilled to get them and we’ve all vowed to wear them till he comes home. We’re thinking of making a chain of all the bracelets for him when he gets home. I get to talk to email him once in a while and told him about us all wearing his name on our...

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Sgt. Jesse A. Ault

Sgt. Jesse A. A

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Tech. Sgt Anthony L. Capra

Tech. Sgt Anthony L. Ca

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Tags: Memorials

FallenHeroesMemorial.com

Every so often we hear from a HeroBracelet wearer asking to find more information about the service member on their memorial bracelet. Since thousands of you are wearing HeroBracelets memorializing someone you'd never met, we'd like to share a Web site that you might be interested in. The site is www.fallenheroesmemorial.com. This site is a place where friends, family and strangers can post letters and memories about a fallen service member. There is a page there for each one lost in combat....

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Candidate bracelets symbolize the debate over Iraq war

Another piece from the Houston Chronicle. Candidate bracelets symbolize the debate over Iraq war By HANS NICHOLS The bomb's blast threw Army Spec. Matthew Stanley from his gunner's turret, leaving his body lifeless on a dusty road in Iraq's Sunni Triangle. When his commander arrived minutes later, the slumping soldier looked asleep, resting in his full body armor. Nine months after his December 2006 death, Stanley's name was given a new life in the U.S. presidential campaign, etched into a bl...

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Staff Sgt. Travis L. Griffin

Staff Sgt. Travis L. Grif

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Tags: Memorials