Hero Stories for September 2008

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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HeroBracelets keep memories alive.

Dear HeroBracelets, We ordered your memorial bracelets in the name of a boy that grew up the street from us. We had know Johnathan since he was little and always thought the world of him. He grew into a wonderful young man and joined the Army two years ago. We lost him in Iraq and we felt like we lost a member of our own family. We all ordered memorial bracelets from your website and wear them daily. It truly is a wonderful way to remember him. And people ask us about the memorial bracelets a...

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The Advisor

The Advisor is a monthly newsletter that Col Bartasius has been sending us. We are proud to publish here on HeroBracelets.org. -------------------- Dear Advisor Readers, It is our privilege to send you this month's third edition of The Advisor. Please share it with your friends and family. We greatly appreciate your support, readership, and encouragement. If you would like to view past issues, click on our link at: http://www.mnstci.iraq.centcom.mil/Advisor.htm Very Respectfully, The Advisor ...

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My Heroes Are People I Have Never Met.

I became a volunteer/supporter with Adopt A Platoon several years ago. By exchanging letters, e-mails and photos, I have had the opportunity to get to know some of the men and women who serve our country. I will probably never meet them face to face. Their serve our country because of their profound patriotism and love for what we cherish in America - our Freedom. They don’t consider themselves Heroes, but they are all Heroes to me. I always ask my adopted Soldiers if there is anything t...

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My Hero, SSG Steven Bayo

My hero was SSG Steven Bayo he was a very good man very caring but hard when he he had to be. He was my friend in Schofield barracks, Hawaii. We had many fun times there we would surf and party and hike the kwilos  but he fell in iraq to an IED. He will be missed terribly by many of his friends. He was the model of hero and was a very honorable soldier. SGT Andrew Rimbach </sp

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Obama Wears Bracelet Given to Him by Mother of Soldier Killed in Iraq.

Obama Wears Bracelet Given to Him by Mother of Soldier Killed in Iraq Sunday , February 17, 2008 Barack Obama is wearing a wristband in memory of a soldier killed in Iraq, given to him by a mother who said she wants the Democratic presidential candidate to keep others from dying. Tracy Jopek of Merrill, Wis., gave Obama the bracelet at a rally Friday night in Green Bay, and Obama was still wearing it Saturday as he campaigned across the state before Tuesday’s primary. The bracelet has her son...

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