10 years before I was born, my Uncle David McKenzie was KIA. I heard stories about what a great guy he was. I wish I had the opportunity to meet him and to get to know him. Maybe one day in heaven....
I miss my son more than words can ever express! But I know he loved what he was doing--kicking a55 and taking names!!! I do everything I can to keep his memory alive!! Started the "Elk Horn, Iowa-RUN FOR THE FALLEN" in his honor and will do it every year until I am physically unable to get out ... ...Read More
Colonel Arthur Thomas Finney graduated from Berea College in 1948 with a B.S. in Business Administration. He was also a volunteer fireman on campus. Born in Canmer, Kentucky, he joined the Air Force after graduating from Berea College. After a stellar career, in July of 1966 as a Squadron Command... ...Read More
PFC Wetzel is truly one of Michigan's Own. He was a resident of Roseville, Macomb County, Michigan at the time of his enlistment in the U.S. Army on July 9, 1941. He saw combat with the 13th Infantry Regiment of the 8th Infantry Division in France and Germany from July 1944 until his death on Apr... ...Read More
My Papa ... You are my Hero ...You are missed ..remembered.. Honored...and Loved Deeply ... Your Son Jerry
William 'BJ' is an amazing person, he loved life, had a contagious smile and was always willing to help those around him. He left behind two beautiful children (Chance and Alexis) who miss him dearly. He loved to ride motorcycles, hunt, workout (superman), and hang out with family and friends. ... ...Read More
PFC ELMER B. HEATH
Date of Birth: August 4, 1918 - Date of Death: March 9, 1945
Private 1st Class 47th Infantry Regiment;9th Infantry Division; Company A
Buried: Henri-Chapelle Cemetery Plot D, Row 12, Grave 40
Elmer B. Heath was inducted into the Army at Fort ... ...Read More
Alex was born in Los Angeles California on February 13, 1987. Alex and I were only six years apart. Eventhough he was younger than I he treated me as though he was my older brother. Alex had many goals he wanted to accomplish before having a family. One of them was to join the L.A. S.W.A.T. My br... ...Read More
I never had a chance to know you as you were taken away at a young age and I know your death was a tragic event for everyone. It makes me sad to think of what you must have gone through after being shot down. Someday we will meet and I will hug you, shake your hand and thank you for your service ... ...Read More
SFC Roberto “TICO” Carlos Skelt Jr, 41, passed away Wednesday, February 12, 2014 in Kapisa Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered from Enemy small arms fire.
Roberto was born in New York City, NY to working class immigrants from Dominican Republic. He was the fourth of five children... ...Read More