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Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Army

**Now in alphabetical order**
D-H

Army 1- A-C
Army 3- I-Mi
Army 4- Mo-Ri
Army 5- Ro-V
Army 6- W-Z



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
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Maggie



In Memory of
Army
World War II



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
Thanks Grandpa for helping to keep our country free and the way it is today. It is nice to know that I have a grandpa who is so brave. I'm really happy your here and alive today and that you will be celebrating Memorial Day with us this year.
Brittnie



In Memory of
Army- Military Police
Korean War
Daddy this is for you. I miss you so much.
I know you watch over all of us each day of our lives.
I Love You and some day we will be together in one big happy family again.
Sondra



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
Billy, my husband, was in Korea 1951-1952. I would like to honor him for his service to our country and let him know we love him for his contribution. All service men are to be commended for their loyalty to their country.
Love, Evelyn



In Honor of
Army
Korean



In Honor of
Army
Panama and Desert Storm



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
My older brother, Jimmy, was a peaceful, loving, funny, smart, person. He thought he was doing the right thing by volunteering for the draft to go and serve in Vietnam. I believe his intelligence helped him to survive. But also his kindness, as he tried to befriend some of the Vietnamese people. He could never sleep after going through some of the horrors of that war, but he never became bitter or mean. He remained a wonderful brother and a great friend to all until he died of a brain aneurism in 2002. I believe the events of September 11 affected him so deeply that it might have led to his death. Even though he was a brave soldier, he was a human being first, and a compassionate person.



In Memory of
US Army RA
Korean, Vietnam
In Memory of
US Army RA
Korean, Vietnam
Esther and Pete were husband and wife, both were in the Army at the same time. Aunt Esther was stationed at several bases in the states mostly at Fitzsimmons Medical Hospital in Denver while Uncle Pete was in Viet Nam as a medic. They are both buried at Fort Logan outside of Denver.



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
To my husband, To our dad, Always in our hearts Miss you,

MaryAnn
Nicholas
Lauren



In Memory of
Army
WWII



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam War
Gerald loved His Country. It hurt him deeply as his watched the disrespect that Americans show for the flag, the values, and the rights we fought to keep our coutry proud and free.

You're in our hearts forever There's so much that we miss. Your laughter, friendship, love and advice, Your Grandchildren wish they could see you again. They miss you so. Dad, we cherish all the memories you left with us. Honey, in my heart you hold a spot that no one could ever fill. We love you

Your family



In Memory of
Army
World War II



In Honor of
Army
World War II



In Memory of
Army
World War II



In Memory of
Army/Rainbox Division
World War I
No finer patriot than my dad...wish there were more members from his Division I could communicate with. Wouldn't mind having them e/mail me at keyboards49@hotmail.com.
Kenneth



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
We will never really be apart, For you are the beat of my heart.
Bobbi



In Memory of
Army Air Corps
World War II
My big older brother, what a guy........

Dick



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