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Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Air Force


**Now in alphabetical order**




In Honor of
Air Force
Vietnam
A true witness of what it means to be a proud American!!

JoAnne Marie



In Memory of
U.S. Army Air Corps
World War II
This was my father and he was a career Air Force man who served in England, North Africa and Italy during WWII. He died of pancreatic cancer in 1998 and his only request was a full military funeral. Unfortunately, none of the military installations near us was able to oblige. This made us very sad.

Sandra B. Hall



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II
My father was stationed in Burma (now Mnemar)
and was a crew chief repairing downed aircraft.
The P51 came out in the middle of the war
and repair crews had little information
on how this aircraft was put together
(structurally and electrically, etc.)
so they just did the best they could to get
the aircraft back in the air.
From the stories my father told, life in Burma was disturbing.
I remember my father and all war veterans
by dancing to honor them in Native American
Pow Wow Veteran's Dances .
This is for you Daddy, your loving daughter, Beth
Happy Memorial Day.



In Honor of
Air Force
Now serving in War on Terrorism



In Honor of
Air Force
World War II
Uncle Harry, we are proud to have you as a member of our family. We love you a lot and salute you on this day set aside to Honor the heroes of our wars. God bless you and may he continue to bless us by keeping you at our side for many years to come.

"My country is free, I am free, what a wonderful feeling it is to be.
Your life you risked, without regret, our freedom you did protect.
Your friends, their life did give, without fear,
they paid a price, Oh so dear.
Our flag flies high, with much pride, at a cost no gold could buy.
God bless our soldiers of today and yesteryear, those with us, and
those no longer here"

God bless you Uncle Harry....
Rene



In Honor of
Air Force
WWII



In Honor of
Air Force
Vietnam



In Memory of
U.S. Air Corps
World War II
In memory of Dad
and all the war stories
especially the cheese and the oxygen ones...
Joli



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II
Our Dad flew over the Himalayas and delivered supplies to India. When he was a teen-ager, his Irish mother would never let him take flying lessons, so he sneaked out of their NY City apartment window, and went to pilot school at night. His wife, Mary, and 6 children were always proud of him and loved him very much. I admire his generation of men and women, who felt that honor and the duty to serve our country were foremost. Now when I watch History Channel, I feel sorry that so many wonderful people had to go through hell. Thank you to all of the courageous people who have given us a life of freedom, civil rights, and peace. (I hope)
Regina



In Honor of
U.S. Air Force
Vietnam War
Thank you Dad for instilling in me the importance
of representing our country and that the
price of "freedom" that we as a people enjoy today
is a gift we cannot take for granted,
but is possible because of men and women
like you who fought (and died) for our country.
I think often of when you were gone
when I was a little girl, doing things
that were not always so grand in your eyes,
but they were things that you knew you had
to do in order to preserve the democracy in our land.
Thank you so much Dad for never faltering
or hesitating; for always going that one step
further; for doing your best; for never giving up;
and for always believing in and loving me.
You make me soooo proud Dad and I love you!!
Always,
Your Daughter,
Mary



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II and Korea



In Honor of
Air Force
Vietnam



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II, Korea, Vietnam
This is my father, who was a career serviceman. He was wounded in Vietnam, and lost a leg. He flew a flag in our front yard every day, and taught me and everyone around him just what patriotism means. I am so proud of him and his sacrifices for our country.
Darlene



In Memory of
Air Force
Vietnam
Was an F 4 fighter pilot stationed at Kadena AFB when his plane went down.
Lucy



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II, Korean, Vietnam
I wish I could have met my Grandpa!
Robert



In Memory of
Air Force, Army
World War II, Korean



In Memory of
Air Force
WWII



In Honor of
Air Force
WWII



In Memory of
Air Force
World War II, Korean



In Honor of
Air Force
Vietnam



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