Monday, October 29, 2007

For the Safe Return of My Son from Iraq

As a teenager during the Viet Nam era, I had 3 brothers serving in the Armed Forces – 2 Army, 1 Marine. All 3 served deployments in Viet Nam; 2 were injured, but Thank God all came home.

During this time, I had purchase an MIA/POW bracelet which I wore faithfully until it broke. Recently, I heard that these types of bracelets were once again available. I discovered your site when I performed an Internet search for Memorial Bracelets.

My son was preparing for his second deployment to Iraq, so I immediately ordered my Until They All Come Home – Iraqi Freedom bracelet, engraved with my son’s initials and regiment. He left for Iraq on Wednesday, October 17, with an estimated date of return of February 2009.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

For the Friends I have Lost

My hole family had been in the military. I was in the army for 10yrs and got out in 2006. My Dad was in the army and sister was in the navy. We all have lost friends in this war and in past wars. I have lost a total of 6 friends, two of which were in my unit. I saw your site and have ordered two bracelets for myself and my Mom has ordered one for herself.

US Army SGT., Retired

Sunday, October 21, 2007

To Remember Capt. Tyler and Support the Troops

I discovered your web site after the memorial service for Capt. Corey Tyler, when referred to it by one of his friends. I have been wanting to wear a bracelet as support for our I do both.... I celebrate the sacrifice of Capt. Tyler and support the troops.


Sunday, October 14, 2007

To Remember A Friend KIA in Operation Iraqi Freedom

I located your site after a friend was killed in action in Operation Iraqi Freedom and I wanted a way to always remember him. The bracelet I ordered is in memory of SrA Jason D. Nathan. SrA Nathan was stationed at Royal Air Force, Lakenheath in the UK and was one of a handful of Airman that I had direct contact with every single day. Airman Nathan was very intelligent and dedicated to the United States and the Air Force. His dedication and professionalism was the first things I noticed about him. While deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom I received word that Airman Nathan had been killed in a roadside bombing attack near Tirkit, Iraq. Having known him personally I wanted a constant reminder of his sacrifice and the consequences of serving in today's military. Wearing Airman Nathan's bracelet is my way of honoring him and continuing his dedication to duty that is demanded of all US service members.

SSgt Neal USAF