Sunday, December 28, 2008
Saturday, December 27, 2008
I received the Memorial Bracelets I ordered and I loved them. I ordered them for my brother and nephew who loved them as well. My great nephew was killed by a roadside bomb June 25th 2008 in this ugly war that is going on. All we can hope and pray for is that it ends soon before more young lives are lost. I thank you for what you do in making the bracelets, I feel like it brings some comfort to those that have lost loved ones. I have a daughter in the Air National Guard so I will be getting one for myself as well just to show my support in what she does.JanGreat Aunt to SPC JOSHUA L. PLOCICA
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Thanks! My bracelet arrived today, just in time for Christmas.
The bracelet is great - super quality, with nice clear engraving.
I ordered this bracelet (LtCol Max Galeai, USMC KIA in Iraq) because Max was a good friend I'd served with twice before -- in Hawaii and Okinawa, Japan. I'm also a USMC LtCol, and want to remember Max on a daily basis. He left behind a wonderful wife and four kids. He was blown up by a suicide bomber while meeting with a dozen tribal shieks in Al Anbar province - the ones who turned the tide in favor of good over evil. Max was a part of that effort. They trusted him, and he they. The terrorists trusted neither, and while they may have massacred a number of noble men (both American and Iraqi), they were unable to kill the idea these men stood for. Max died a hero, and I want to remember him daily for it.
(friend of Max)
Monday, December 22, 2008
Saturday, December 20, 2008
I REALLY LOVE THE MEMORIAL BRACELET. IT IS EXCATLY WHAT I WANTED AND THE QUALITY IS GREAT.
THE REASON THAT I BOUGHT THIS BRACELET. WELL, LET ME TELL YOU A LITTLE ABOUT ME. I WENT TO IRAQ IN FEB.2004 AND COME BACK IN FEB.2005. DAVID WAS A CLOSE FRIEND OF MINE. I WORKED WITH HIM FOR SEVERAL YEARS. HE WAS PRIOR SERVICE (MARINES). WHEN WE GOT BACK FROM IRAQ, HE JOINED THE NATIONAL GUARD THAT I WAS IN. I WAS HIS TEAM LEADER FOR ABOUT 8 MONTHS THEN I GOT OUT (MEDICAL DISCHARGE). THEN A FEW MONTHS LATER THE UNIT WAS DEPLOYED AGAIN. HE HAD BEEN IN COUNTRY (IRAQ) FOR A FEW MONTHS WHEN HE WAS KILLED BY ROAD SIDE BOMB. HE WAS KILLED INSTANTLY. I THANK GOD THAT HE DIDNT HAVE TO SUFFER AT ALL. I AM INCLUDING A PIC OF ME WITH IT ON. I LOOK KIND OF ROUGH THOUGH BUT I GUESS THAT IT WILL HAVE TO DO. I WILL RECOMEND YOU TO EVERYONE THAT I KNOW. WELL, I CLOSE FOR NOW AND AGAIN THANK YOU. YOU DID A GREAT JOB ON THE BRACELET.
I lost my Dad back in Jan. I have been trying to find a way to remember him, you know a tattoo, pics, etc. This Memorial Bracelet is the perfect way for me to do that.
This bracelet is pretty much what the web page said it was going to be like.
Friday, December 19, 2008
Thursday, December 18, 2008
I received my POW Bracelet today and am wearing it proudly in memory of Capt Patrick H. Carroll, USAF. I first purchased and wore a bracelet bearing Capt Carroll’s name in 1972, while I was an Air Force ROTC cadet at
. I lost that first bracelet after having worn it for several years, but I never forgot about Capt. Carroll, and often wondered whether he had ever returned from Iowa State University SE Asia. Recently, after reading an article about POW/MIA from the era, I was moved to search the internet to learn whether Capt. Carroll had ever returned from his tour of duty in Vietnam . I was saddened to learn that he is still listed as MIA, but pleased to find out that I could honor his memory by ordering a replacement bracelet bearing his name. Thank you for helping to perpetuate this noble tradition. Vietnam
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
The reason why I ordered the Memorial Bracelet is I want someway to support our troops. I have an ex boyfriend who served in the Gulf war and even though we are not together anymore, I am glad for every moment we shared together because he survived and came home. War is war in my book i am not differentiating one from the other because there is always a risk in going overseas. I just tear up everytime I see more troops coming home safe and sound.
Sunday, December 14, 2008
John & Melissa
Friday, December 12, 2008
When I was in Basic Training in San Antonio I ordered a bracelet with the name of a friend of mine that was KIA. I wore that bracelet the 5 years I stayed in the service and rarely removed. After I got out I gave the bracelet to my friends mom. That was 12 years ago. My friend is buried in the same graveyard as my brother. I know my brother would be proud I wore this bracelet with such respect that was deserved for this hero. I have wondered for years how to go about getting one and did some google searches and low and behold I now have my Memorial Bracelet on its way. I am so excited to continue honering my friend and those who have sacraficed so much. I even ordered one for my friends brother that will hopefully get passed down to his kids to remember the uncle they never got to meet.Leah
I received my POW/MIA Bracelet today and I am very proud to wear it. The excellent workmanship and the detail is nothing less than perfect. I have worn a POW/MIA Bracelet since I returned from Viet Nam. The one that I have worn and ordered is for a fellow Marine who is still listed as MIA. This is the fifth and the most outstanding Bracelet I have worn and most definitely the most exquisitely done. I have always been proud to wear a POW/MIA Bracelet especially with the name of someone I served with. When I was looking to replace my very worn Bracelet I found your "Web Site" on the Internet. When I ordered my new Bracelet I was expecting the same standard plain looking Bracelet. When the beautiful Black Bracelet arrived I was so taken by the care, attention to detail and the way the Bracelet was etched and the Marine Emblem was placed I was truly shocked. This Bracelet is truly a work of art and I am sure the time involved making it, the care and workmanship was done by a true craftsman. Thank you for this amazing POW/MIA Bracelet, it is truly appreciated. I have shown it to some friends and they have ordered or will order their next Bracelet from your Company. Thanks again. Semper Fi. Dennis 1SGT (Ret)
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
My name is Vincent. On Oct. 20 2006 I lost one of my team mates to a road side bomb in Iraq. He and I served together with a deployment to Afghanistan 02-03 and Iraq 03-04. He was a brother to me. One will never know the bond we had until they know combat in a spec. ops. unit. He left behind a wife and infant son who I and my wife were also very close to. It was one of the hardest things I have ever been threw. For the next year and a half I thought about him every day. I would continuously write and call his wife. Oct. 20 2008 I forgot to call his wife! Slowly the pain started to ease of his death and before I knew it a day would go buy that I wouldn't think about him. A day turned to two days and then three and then every once and a while. Then I forgot his death anniversary! I felt horrible. I made a promise to myself and God that I would never forget again! That's why I came to this web sight. I want a Memorial Bracelet to remember my brother and never again forget. Thank you for what you do. May God be with you and your company.
Attached is a picture of my team and I.