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Many of the HERO STORIES, history, citations and other information detailed in this website are, at least for now, available in PRINT or DIGITAL format from AMAZON.COM. The below comprise the nearly 4-dozen  "Home Of Heroes" books currently available.

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Medal of Honor Books

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This series of books contains the citations for ALL Medals of Honor awarded to that branch of service, with brief biographical data and photos of many of the recipients. Some of them also include citations for other awards, analysis of awards, data tables and analysis and more. These are LARGE volumes, each 8 1/2" x 11" and more than 500 pages each. Click on a book to find it on where you can find more details on what is contained in each book, as well as to get a free preview. Each volume is $24.95.

Heroes in the War on Terrorism

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These books contain the citations for nearly all of the awards of the Silve Star and higher to members of each branch of service in the War on Terrorism. Books include photos of most recipients, some biographical data, analysis of awards by rank, unit, date, and more.


With the 5 Medal of Honor volumes above, these compilations comprise a virtual 28-volume ENCYCLOPEDIA of decorated American heroes(15,000 pages)  with award citations, history, tables & analysis, and detailed indexes of ACEs, FLAG OFFICERS, and more. (Click on any book to see it in - $24.95 Each Volume)

United States Army Heroes

Distinguished Service Cross

Distinguished Service Medals
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Navy Cross Silver Star Navy Corpsmen
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United States Marine Corps Heroes

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The Defining Generation
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Guestbook  2003

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PFC Harold W. Jinright, was there at the Chosin Reservoir with the 1st Marine Div.  He would like to complete his ribbons received in the campaign.  He received the Presidential Unit citation and is not sure how it looks.  He does not talk very much about the the battles.  But does say his job was to make snow balls, I Don't think so.  He now has frostbite to his feet and refuses to receive any VA benifits for his injury.  Does any know when the next reunion in the So. Calif. Area please let me know.
Msgt. E. David Flores USAFR  Email: dogmeat7-at-earthlink-dot-net  Pomona, CA
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
I was wanting to read the story about Vietnam War Army Veteran, Dr. Phillip Vernon Shortman and found that he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross Award but can't find the story. Where can I look for that? Please let me know. Thank you so much.
AJ Stroop  Email: AJSTROOP-at-hotmail-dot-com  Hays, MT
Monday, December 29, 2003
I served with 3rd. Mar.Div. 6/66 to 2/68 these were GREAT men
paul j. marcoux  Email: cambmar-at-btv-dot-net  Cambridge, NY
Sunday, December 28, 2003
I am a "Military Brat" from WWII and proud of my military family!..when I was in the 5th grade we sang a song about Roger Young.  It wasn't until today that I finally learned who he was and what he did!  Brought tears to my eyes!  Thank God for men like him! Your website is wonderful!
Marilyn Hoover  Email: dimahoo-at-fronter-dot-net  Ignacio, CO
Thursday, December 25, 2003
This is a great site, I am a Hollywood actor , and historian, and public servant under congressional mandate of IRS section 7623, the congressional code of 1986, and I know a many veterans of wwII and am related to a few great solders of wwII  one of which was downed on D- day  over Ploesti  ,had to bail out wheel well of b 24 , his original plane was lovies dovie's 
Anthony Domingbuez  Email: auditantony-at-aol-dot-com  Phelan, CA
Thursday, December 25, 2003
My father was in the Marine Corps. He graduated from bootcamp at Parris Island in 1963, then he went to Vietnam. This past October, exactly 40 years after the date of his graduation, his platoon had the honor of visiting Parris Island. About 15 men from his platoon and their wives, me, and one of their Drill Instructors visited. I've always had respect for soldiers from all branches, but this experience made me even more proud of each and every one. This is a great website. It's easy to use, resourceful, and very well done. Thanks.
Jara Henderson  Email: JLHenderson-at-milligan-dot-edu  Johnson City, TN
Thursday, December 25, 2003
PLEASEREPLY TO joetta41-at-yahoo-dot-com
Thursday, December 25, 2003
May father won the bronze star in WWII, because of a mix up he did not get his award until a few months ago.   He is now 87 years old and it has taken all this time for the army to get him his metal.   His name is Marshall Blanton of Shelby NC USA
Neil Blanton  Email: svsouthernmagic-at-hotmail-dot-com  Punta Gorda, FL
Wednesday, December 24, 2003
This site is the Best I have seen. It brought a lot of memories.  Thank you for putting this together.
S/Sgt. A.R. Cueto 
1948-1952  Email: rudy2313-at-cox-dot-net  Tulsa, OK
Tuesday, December 23, 2003
Awesome!!!  How could you not be proud of these two American Heros?  Along with the many others before and after????
Knowing them makes it even better!!!
Rebecca Byers Menendez  Riverview, FL
Monday, December 22, 2003
going to link to your stories...great reading...nice site
Richard Moulton  Email: navy68-at-bvvinc-dot-org  Homepage:  Peabody, MA
Wednesday, December 17, 2003
I have always been proud that my father was a Marine.  But today I learned that I have lived across the street from a true hero.  A man that through the grace of God lived to tell his story to my son.  His story of survival at Chosin Reservoir has changed not only my idea who this man is, but has enlightened me to the many hero's of the Korean War.  Thank You Perk (Merwin Perkins) for having been my friend since I was four years old.
Liz Bertz Westlund  Email: ewestlun-at-ties2-dot-net  West St. Paul, MN
Sunday, December 14, 2003
Thank you, Doug, for your informative website and your tireless efforts.  My heart goes out to all our heroes.  I am still learning and writing about their sacrifices and the tragic effects of war on our soldiers, past and present.  Please visit my multi-media website, "Castle Chambers".....Poetry by Lilripple at "lilripple-dot-com" to experience my war poetry and tribute pages.  My most recent page "Brotherhood and Memories" at  was designed for veterans of all wars.  Like so many of my visitors, perhaps you will see yourself or someone you know embedded in my words. Peace to all and may God bless America and our soldiers who boldy go, without question or pause, wherever they are commanded.   
Nancy L. Meek  Email: Lilripple-at-hotmail-dot-com  South Carolina
Sunday, December 14, 2003
Great site with loads of info!!  Interesting reading.  Keep up the good work.  My son, PFC Damian S Bushart, third generation military service, lost his life on 22 Nov 03 in Iraq.  May we never forgot his and all our service members service and sacrifices for keeping terrorism from our shores and to free an oppressed nation.
Email: skipbushart-at-hotmail-dot-com
Waterford, MI
Saturday, December 13, 2003
My spouse is serving in Iraq since May, 2003, with 244th HSC engineers helping to rebuild the country; my oldest son, a Marine, will be deployed to the middle east next spring/summer. Please continue to support my family and all those in the fight to protect our freedom and safety.  Thank you.
Anne Wagner  Email: underwriter-at-adelphia-dot-net  Colorado Springs, CO
Tuesday, December 09, 2003
I was a Silver Star, DFC, Air Medal recipient. I was with the 16th SOS in Ubon . I took a brief look at your site and found it to be great, to honor those who serve our country. I found peace in knowing that there are people out there who care and appreciate the service of the men and women of the military.
Terry L. Snyder  Email: spectre112-at-juno-dot-com  Osceola, Indiana
Saturday, December 06, 2003
With great thanks and gratitude to all our valiant military personnel who serve and protect all of us common citizens.
 May God bless them !
Steve Zimmer  Email: orng1958-at-cs-dot-com  Exeter, CA
Saturday, December 06, 2003
Very well done - Great
Carroll E Emery  Email: cemery5698-at-aol-dot-com  Augusta, Maine
Thursday, December 04, 2003
I served in the 80th inf.div,319 reg in ww2 i miss all my old buddies also served in Vietnam retired in 1970
tom crawford  Email: tcrawford-at-highstream-dot-net  El Paso, TX
Wednesday, December 03, 2003
Though I am so proud of those who have given their lives for our country and freedom, it still makes me very sad.  I have a son who will be going to Iraq next month, and I am praying for the strength, not only for myself, but for him and the countless others who will be in harms's way.  God Bless all of our soldiers, near and far, and keep them safe.
Kim A. Lee  Email: ladyday30-at-yahoo-dot-com  Herndon, VA
Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Hi my name is Cadet Sergeant Alyssa Simmons and i am in a jrotc program. Yea i know its not much compared to you guys and gals but i need some help. If ANYONE has any ideas for cadences for maching, please contact me by e-mail at: daydreamer689-at-yahoo-dot-com
I'm an s-3 assistant and this is part of my job.   
Cadet SGT. Alyssa Simmons  Southport, FL
Tuesday, December 02, 2003
I have been looking for a soldier who won the MOH. been trying to find him for years.Finally found him and he is now with the Lord. This is a wonderful sight. Keep up the great work. Lisa Jones born a ARMY brat. Thank you.
LISA  JONES  Email: lisabeth58-at-sbcglobal-dot-net  Hobart, OK
Monday, December 01, 2003
Looking for guest list for the Branson Convention. attended as a guest and met some wonderful people whom I can not remember their names. Please if anyone has any info, I would be very appreciative.
Thanks & God Bless America
Jody   Email: Foret-at-mbol-dot-us
fantastic site an honor to all MOH recipients
Andrew Irlam  Email: antisland-at-aol-dot-com  Manchester, Greater Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM
Sunday, November 30, 2003
I am the oldest grandchild of the late Sergeant Walter Rigby who served in the 37th Infantry Division, along with Rodger Young.  I have just recently been handed down some of my grandfathers scrapbooks and pictures.  This was my reason for visiting this site (to gather more information).  What a wonderful experience it has been!  Thanks!
 Lori Davis  Email: kldgsp-at-yahoo-dot-com  Green Springs, Ohio
Saturday, November 29, 2003
This is a very beautiful and informative web site. That you for all you do to bring honor to the men and women in the United States Armed Forces.
Joanne K. Overstreet, CAPT, USNR Retired  Email: bugbug-at-mindspring-dot-com  Sevierville, TN
Saturday, November 29, 2003
great site.  these are REAL heroes, not pseudo or phony ones.
Darrell Harkey  Email: hiscord-at-charter-dot-net  Lincolnton, NC
Saturday, November 29, 2003
I have recently found a bronze star belonging to my grandfather.I would like to find out what he got it for.He was in WW1 and WW2.His name was Charles J.Hester.I think he was in the army in ww1 and in the navy in ww2.Any information would be greatly appreciated.
David B.Higdon  Email: higdondg-at-yahoo-dot-com  Owensboro, Kentucky
Friday, November 28, 2003
My Father served on PT Boat #555 that was blown up off the coast of France in 1944. I am trying to locate others/family members with knowledge/information.
Bruce Wilson  Email: bruwil001-at-hotmail-dot-com  Weaverville, NC
Thursday, November 27, 2003
About 10 years ago I had the honor of meeting and talking to two vets from the 442 in Watsonville, Ca. These men made me proud to be American and a Californian.  God bless all of the heros of the 442 an those who have followed them into the history books.
 L.A. Johnson   SSGT.  USAF-RET
Wednesday, November 26, 2003
I just love love the work that you have done with your website and covering a story that is close to home. The Sullivans were not far from where I live and grew up and I am writing a report on them and would like to forward you a copy of this if you would like. Please send me an email if you would like this.
Thank You and Keep up the good work.
Brianna Rieck  Email: brianna3630-at-mchsi-dot-com  Prairie du Chien, WI
Friday, November 21, 2003
We will always checking your site, we enjoy it and thank you for the time that you put into doing this and keeping everyone up on what has gone on as well as what is going on.
John and Essia Underwood  Email: johnagape-at-gtnet-dot-com  Port St. Joe, FL
(Family of Clifford Chester Sims, MOH, Vietnam)           
Thursday, November 20, 2003
The story No One Should Die Alone has reminded me of who our true heros are . All men are brothers 
                                 Take care Freddy
Firefighter Fredrick M. Eisemann  Email: freddyi70458-at-yahoo-dot-com  Slidell, LA
Thursday, November 20, 2003
Looking for anyone who served with my father at Nornamy with the 29th inf at Omaha beach. My father was Lenord Lepicier and ret Lt Col. in 1961. If you have any information PLEASE contact me. 
 Jon Lepicier  Email: jlepicier-at-yahoo-dot-com  Sulligent, AL
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Nice work. A full sized printable version of each medal would be in order.
David Easton  Email: Parlevous2002-at-Yahoo-dot-com  Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Thank you for your services to God, Country and the Patriots of all ages.
Rod Smith  Fallbrook, CA
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
I thank you for your web site it is a real help to me I have been trying to get my dads military medales and now i can thanks to you my dad was a korea war vet he served with the army then after the war he transferd to the air force and in both of the branches he served a total of 21 years i am very proud of my father and all the vets that have served in all the past and the present wars i thank each and every one alive and dead for all the sacrefices that you all have made for my freedom GOD BLESS AND KEEP EVERYONE OF YOU
RONALD LAWSON  Email: LwsRon6-at-aol-dot-com   Yale, OK
Monday, November 17, 2003
Thank you to all the men and women that are serving and have served in the military for the United States.  God bless America and God Bless you.
Rowena Marie DeNoia  Email: r_denoia-at-yahoo-dot-com   San Antonio, TX
Monday, November 17, 2003
The crew at Five Star Flags in Southern California is publishing Half-staff news daily. Even though the Flag Code states only Governors and Presidents can direct the flag be flown at half-staff, there are many instances where we should recognize and honor fallen heroes.  We will publish half-staff submissions. If you are honoring a fallen hero's passing, and the governor of your state, or the President did NOT issue an executive order directing a half-staff flying of the flag, let us know. 
E-mail your half-staff news to: We will publish your submissions. Publication is daily.
Bryan  Email: bryan-at-fivestarflags-dot-com  Homepage:  Cosa Mesa, CA
Sunday, November 16, 2003
I  really enjoy this site .  I have two brothers and  have had a cousin  and a grandfather and my dad all served at one time or another . They are all my heroes and so are any and all who gave for my freedom. Which in no case is cheap. Much Love and appreciation goes  out to all who served before and  those who serve now . We Live because you Give ...  Thank you  Mrs Green
Roxanne   Green  Email: green132-at-hotmail-dot-com  Indiana
Sunday, November 16, 2003
Robert Martin Patterson was my Drill Sergeant. Thank You Drill Sergeant Patterson!
Robert Van Antwerp  Email: bobvanant-at-yahoo-dot-com  Riverside, CA
Sunday, November 16, 2003
Please post the names of the military soldiers that have been killed or wounded in this latest war.  My reasons are, May 2001 a wonderful man from Special Forces, 101st saved my life in a Ruby Tuesday's on Fort Camplbell Blvd.  I pray for all of those in harms way, but I have a very special place for him.
Polly Cremeans  Email: homegirlpkc-at-hotmail-dot-com  Chattanooga, TN
Saturday, November 15, 2003
My father-in-law's youngest brother Ova "Art" Kelley recieved the Medal of Honor.  I was reading and clicking on links when I found this one.  It makes me awful proud to be able to sit and read about this on line.  Thank you for doing a very fine Job.
Ruth Kelley  Email: rdtbrd-at-getgoin-dot-net   Norwood, MO
Saturday, November 15, 2003
Thank you all for a job well done.I am a vetern who served in the Gulf War this was nothing like what you all went through.I am proud to wear my gulf war ball cap that i have i see alot of your comrades doing the same thing wearing their Vietnam caps. I will walk up to them and shake their hand and say THANK-YOU!!!!. Some of them think that i am crazy until they realize what i am doing and then some start to cry. I don't think it can be said enough but i make sure myself and my family contribute a THANK-YOU every day. Thank you all again for our FREEDOM !!!!.God Bless America. I will be using my wife's e-mail.     
Rudy Jones  Email: cajones1966-at-msn-dot-com  Cuyahoga Falls
Saturday, November 15, 2003
Great site, helpful and informative I offer my personal web site address for viewing.  Thank you.    Covers my service from Nov. 1940 to Dec.1946.   Welcome Aboard Tribute
Peter Karetka  Email: flagspk-at-aoldot-com  Chicopee, MA
Friday, November 14, 2003
I  really  like  how  our  country  is  fighting for us they  dont  have  to  die for us but they do.
meshae  Email: meshaestone2-at-bellsouth-dot-net  Smyrna, TN
Thursday, November 13, 2003
looking for anyone who knew my father, btry a 44th fa bn, served 1/44-2/45 normandy, northern france, ardennes, rhineland, central europe  Cpl Paul Myers
F. Rubino  Email: oceanbreeze28-at-msn-dot-com
Thursday, November 13, 2003
am not a vet but my father is he served from '68 to'70 in nam and on this veterans day will all the talk of the heros in the iraq war i want to say that you brave men and women were given less than nothing for the sacrfices you made in that god forsaken place but your children remember as will ours. To me you are all the most heroic of all. You suffer in silence as a nation tries to forget an entire generation of heros. All my love.
April Skellenger  Email: -lainie-28-at-excite-dot-com  Portland, ORE
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Why can't the people of the world understand the concepts of freedom. Look at our way of life. We have mixed races working together, we have mixed religions that don't get along in other countries, living side by side and cause no grief to their neighbors. We help nations in trouble, we were there when the iron curtain went up and stood by Western Germany when times got tough. How many really know what it took to pull off the Berlin air lift. When you look at the Axes of WWII, and after WWII when the alias rebuilt those nations, look at how much better peoples lives were in Japan and Germany. Were the people in Japan and Germany happier before WWII or after WWII. Freedom is a way of life, muslims in the middle east don't understand. Muslims in America understand, I wonder why they don't do what Martin Luther King did, and start a Nation wide peaceful march, for all Muslims to hear. LET FREEDOM RING!!!, Muslims of free nations, tell the world how much happier your lives are because you are free. Let what makes America great, embrace your way of live. Our true greatness here in America is our diversity. Look at what our forefathers wrote, they knew so much... The Constitution, the Bill of Rights... We the People, I regret I have one life to give my country..., Under God..., Our flag was still there.... These are more then words, these are ideals America was built on. No where in these words, does it put one race or religion over another, we are all created equal. God bless America... God bless all who have served in the Armed Forces to protect our way of life. God bless my Dad, George Kaufmann, fought in WWII, died in 1998. rip
Kim Kaufmann  Email: kkaufmann-at-gci-dot-com  Chugiak, AK
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Outstanding work, keep up the great work.   I Thank You!
Jim Bertrand, VFW Post 1793  Email: Grandpa8-at-zianet-dot-com  Raton, NM
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Outstanding site, I can come and read about people before me giving all they have for God, Country and there buddy next to them in battle. Saepius Exertus, Semper Fidelis, Frater Infinitas
Often Tested, Always Faithful, Brothers Forever 
SGT. Christopher Holt/ USMC  Email: nadaholt-at-msn-dot-com  D'iberville, MS
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Just watched the PBS program on some of the Medal of Honor winners.  To me they were very intelligent and well spoken. They also gave credit to there comrades.  I was fortunate to have been
taught by Dr. James Okubo who was recently awarded the Medal of Honor after 50 some years. 
Dr. Joseph E.
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
TOBY WEINSHENKER BG USA RET.  Email: medic4-at-prodigy-dot-net  Chicago, IL
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
I visited your site after the article in the Chieftain. It was a great tribute to those who have served and those serving now. My husbands grandfathers were both P.O.W.'s in WWII and have both passed. We are so glad to see the honor and recognition these people deserve!!!! Great Job!!!
Roseann  Email: vegabaja_baby-at-comcast-dot-net  Pueblo, CO
Tuesday, November 11, 2003
GREAT SITE was in 3-22nd infrantry 12-68-12-69 looking for any grunts who served in delta co 3-22nd 25th div regulars at this time.
dennis sterrett  Email: sterrett3-at-hotmail-dot-com  Harper, IA
Saturday, November 08, 2003
I feel it is important to have a web site such as this. In this day and age so few people remember, or for that matter know, of the heroes that this country has had. It is fitting to have a place to remember their actions, and sacrifice.
Arie Covrigaru  Email: arcov1-at-aol-dot-com  Dix-Hills, NY
Saturday, November 08, 2003
I am William L Kendall, designer of the Medal of Honor flag.  Having served in the military over 20 years myself and served with or knowing men such as Bob Howard, Roger Donlon, Fred Zabitoky, Gary Beikirch, and George Sisler, all MOH recipients, there is no greater pleasure than signing this guestbook.  My efforts in the MOH flag is a tribute to all MOH recipients.  All of those men and women who serve this great country of ours are all heroes in their own ways.  They are volunteers doing a job that so many refused to do during the Vietnam era.  Our country has called and they have answered that call.  "GOD BLESS THEM ALL."  They are all my heroes for they are protecting the rights and freedoms of each and every person that walks the face of this earth.
William L Kendall  Email: wkendall-at-netins-dot-net  Jefferson, IA
Thursday, November 06, 2003
I am looking for information on my father John Albert Trax,Born in East Pittsburgh PA, he died in 1971 when I was 15. As far as I know he was a truck driver in the army in WW2,His service # was 33 431 179,he was one of the first to liberate France and recieved (4) bronze stars. He had a fraternal twin brother Edwin Trax. Any information would be appreciated, all his family is gone. and mom has altzhiemers now.
This is important to me now. thanks Bill Trax send info to joet144-at-hotmail-dot-com  Pittsburgh, PA
Wednesday, November 05, 2003
I love your site. It's such an interesting site. Keep up the good job.
More grease to your elboes.
Julia Adams  Email: juliazgo22-at-yahoo-dot-com  Alaska
Wednesday, November 05, 2003
As an operator with, I find your site an excellent source of information for uncloaking fake warriors. Although our database on SEALs/Frogman is complete and 100% accurate, we are sometimes contacted by people who have met somebody who claims to have the DSC, NC, or MOH. Our usual response is to send them to your site, or to a copy of STOLEN VALOR, by Jug Burkett and Glenna Whitley.
 Thanks for being a good resource.
 Steven L. Waterman,  Email: waterman-at-midcoast-dot-com
Homepage:  South Thomaston, ME
Tuesday, November 04, 2003
This should be required reading for all Americans.  Thank you for your efforts.
Larry "Woody" Woodfield  Email: CustomPackagingInk-at-Prodigy-dot-net  Barrington, IL
Monday, November 03, 2003
I am looking for an address for ERIC GLADDEN. He is stationed in Iraq, he is from Gulfport Mississippi. I miss him and pray for him every if anyone knows him tell him I was here! If anyone knows an address please email me. Thank you, my prayers go out to all of you.
Polly Simons  Email: rockstarvs1-at-msn-dot-com Homepage:  
Wayland, MI
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Great.  I grew up in WW2 and am beholding to all service people of WW2 for everything that I have.
It is a debt I can never repay.  My sorrow is that this Nation's Politicians are Cowards and refuse to defend God, Duty, Honor and Country.
Thanks to all.  I am one of your Blessed Children.  Forever,  Johnny Mac Chinn
John McGuire Chinn  Email: coboy-at-mindspring-dot-com  Richmond, VA
Monday, October 20, 2003
I am honored, and amazed by the un-selfish, patriotic men and women that have risked and given up everything, so that I, and all of my fellow Americans could have so much.  God Bless America.  Grandson of Laurence Stewartson, decorated Bronze Star WWII recipient.
Jack Laurence Stewartson  Email: SJAS973-at-ATTBI-dot-COM  Golden, CO
Friday, October 31, 2003
I didn't know the impact of seeing Captain Warren Leroy Anderson's name come up when I typed "Vietnam MIA, Captain Warren L. Anderson." I still have his POW/MIA bracelet which I wore for many years waiting for him to come home. Seeing his name brought back the memory of the sorrow I felt when he didn't get off the plane with the freed POWs. Seeing his virtual name rubbing on the wall brought the same sudden grief I felt when I saw it in person. I'm sad for Col. Anderson and his family and friends, and all of the young men and their families and friends, and me too. I really will always remember Capt. Warren L. Anderson and the day he went missing and his birthday. I pray that everyone who misses him will find peace and comfort during their lives. I will shake his hand and hug him, thank him for the great sacrifice he made for all of us, and tell him how happy I am to finally meet him. Thank you so very much for this website. I am exceedingly grateful to maintain this connection to a man who became a part of my life.
 Betty Reich  Email:  Highland Park, IL
Thursday, October 30, 2003
CHUCK CORSI  Email: mccorsi-at-comcast-dot-net  Shorewood, IL
Thursday, October 30, 2003
This site has taught me a lot about my 3rd cousin, Henry "Red" Ewrin. Thanks for giving me the knowledge!
Alyssa Fallin  Email: alifallin-at-yahoo-dot-com  Perry, GA
Tuesday, October 28, 2003
I enjoyed looking around your site it is very well done.  Visit Oz Magic and leave your link in our guestbook if you like.  Child friendly web site.
Gary  Email:  Homepage:
Pialba, Q, Australia
Monday, October 20, 2003
Doug Welcome Home bro. Sure was nice to Hear from you after All this time Has pass,2nd  for me there at FSB. Nancy Quang Tri Province, Vietnam. took us 30yrs+ to start find each other , You Have a great site Bro, B2B. There 5 of now. Lets try & find more. Your Bro Steve. 14th cbt Fsb. Nancy. Good to hear from ya Bro.
Steve Hill  Email: Roadkil357-at-aol-dot-com  Ocean Shores, WA
Saturday, October 18, 2003
A very good website. I had heard the motto Go For Broke in an old 
war movie and it was from follow up I learnt of the this unit.
Keep up the good work, people seem to forget so easily what others sacrificed in past wars.
Wayne Wilson  Email: wayne1-at-kew-dot-hotkey-dot-net-dot-au
Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Thursday, October 16, 2003
HI Doug
   I am the one who sent You the info on Rodger Young awhile back
                     Keep up the GOOD work
                    Your Friend Dave
Dave  Kirshman  Email: dave_k39-at-yahoo-dot-com   Clyde, OH
Wednesday, October 15, 2003
I am looking for anyone who was with LT. Lawrence E. Larson he was in the Class of 43-G at Lemoore Army Air Field, Lemoore California
He was a Pilot on a B-24 Liberator he was shot down on may 29 1944.

Gary Coon  Email: mcbjm21-at-earthlink-dot-net  Galva, IL
Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Your pages dedicated to our great country and its terrific people, is inspiring.  As the daughter of a former WWII POW, I grew up knowing that real heroes are ordinary, everyday Americans.  Both my sons have served their country as United States Marines.  And I am proud to be an American.  Thank you.
Mary Shular Hopper  Email: mhopper664-at-earthlink-dot-net  Charlotte, NC
Monday, October 13, 2003
Nice website... informative
Cadet Josh Wilburn, US Military Academy  Email: joshhw23-at-aol-dot-com
Fort Oglethorpe, GA
Wednesday, October 08, 2003
Stripes of red for the blood spilled by our soldiers, blue for the fields of battle, and the stars for the life they gave. 
                                       God Bless Our Veterans

Jim Pearson  Email: Jimbo2067-at-hotmail-dot-com  San Antonio, TX
Monday, October 06, 2003
From Parkersburg, WV, it is good to see your web site.  Jean and Bud Curry are friends of mine, and I heard about your book.
Jim McGinnis  mail: jhmcginnis-at-finsvcs-dot-com  Parkersburg, WV
Thursday, October 02, 2003
Simply America's true heroes!
John M. Myers   Email: jozzymyers-at-earthlink-dot-net   Makakilo, HI
Saturday, September 27, 2003 at 16:56:32
Thank you for making such a wonderful site. I am in a J.R.O.T.C program and I needed in formation on our nations flag. This site helped me realize that people that dedicate their lives to making everyone else's lives better are great people. One day I wish to become a great person of my own. Thank you.
Jennifer Sanchez  Email: isrealsweetheart-at-msn-dot-com  Los Angeles, CA
Friday, September 26, 2003 at 17:34:11
JAMES D HAULSEE  Email: haulsee-at-optidynamiic-dot-com   Chilhowie, VA
Friday, September 26, 2003 at 09:01:09
I am very impressed with this website, Thank you
Ralph Brest  Email: ralphbev65-at-msn-dot-com    New Castle, PA
Thursday, September 25, 2003 at 15:52:36
CHARLES M. BIELECKI  Email:    CMB31STINF-at-AOL-dot-COM    Chicago, IL
Thursday, September 25, 2003 at 14:35:11
Joined Golf 2/26 in Dec of 1967.  We were in Phu Bi then.  Moved Noth to Khe Sahn.  Wounded Feb 26. Sent home.  Retired as a MSgt in 1993
Daniel J. McCarty  Email: amigodan2002-at-yahoo-dot-com    Victorville, CA
Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at 16:11:44
I would like to find out about a special friend of mine. Last I heard he was wounded in Iraq. Name is Joseph E. Garza. Please write me...thank you
Lorraine Hazen   Email: oldprude1-at-yahoo-dot-com   Farmington, NM
Sunday, September 21, 2003 at 22:26:14
I keep coming to your wonderful site, always something to read, learn , remember, encouraging.
Rob  Email: pjoverseasgroep-at-hotmail-dot-com  Homepage:
Saturday, September 20, 2003 at 07:34:49

Webmaster's Note:  Those who think the USA stands alone are encouraged to visit Rob's site.  Thanks Rob

I am seeking information about CPL Angelo Ginoli, Gen Patton's 3rd army, who was killed in WWII during the Battle of the Bulge.  Is there anyone who could give me any information about this cousin who was killed Dec 6, 1944.  Thanks.  
Marilee Wright   Email: lmwright712-at-charter-dot-net   Wausau, WI
Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 21:16:27
The greatest day of my life Sept. 14, 2003. I spent the day with MOH recipients. Heroes who represent us all, to name a few Robert L. Howard, Leonard B. Keller, Wesley Fox, Robert O'Malley, Allen J. Lynch, John W. Finn, Rodolfo P. Hernandez, Gary G. James E. Swett, James J. Taylor,  All I can say the day was a life changing experience. GOD BLESS THEM ALL.
John Cook  Email: E5031163-at-aol-dot-com   New Windsor, NY
Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 19:01:21
Your site is amazing. Keep up the great work.
SSG Jeffrey A. Sandoval  Pueblo, CO
Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 11:26:20
i was wath the 19th eng form dec6-68to dec 67 at lz mac
sp4 shaw-john   Email: shaw5456-at-internetcds-dot-com  CITY: Roseburg, OR
Monday, September 15, 2003 at 22:48:02
I am very proud to say that I honor and deeply respect each and every MOH recipient.  So much so I designed and had the MOH flag made with the hope each one of them would receive this flag.  My dream has been realized.  They now have this flag in their possession.  They may now fly this flag with pride and honor.  God bless each and everyone of them.
William L Kendall  Email: wkendall-at-netins-dot-net  CITY:  Jefferson, IA
Monday, September 15, 2003 at 20:48:26
To those that have given there service to our country, I want to say THANK YOU for our Freedom and for protecting that right for all of us. Janet Proud Mom of PFC Merrill Overlin
Janet M Overlin  Email: lyleoverlin-at-msn-dot-com  City: Mitchellville, IA
Monday, September 15, 2003 at 10:47:39
I would like to get some information on Ensign Worth Bagley and his family. He is a distant relative of mind. Thanks Donna
Email: gmae47-at-aol-dot-com  Lisbon, ME
Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 00:01:31
I arrived in NJ on Sept. 12th. I was sent to provide support to the relief effort to families from NJ that had lost loved ones. It seemed at that time that those that lost loved ones from NJ were the forgotten ones. I worked with government and volunteer agencies to radify that. I will never forget Liberty State Park and the activites there. I will never forget the efforts of everyone to help. I feel honored to have been a small part of that effort.
I will never recover, although I will go on. Freedom comes at a high price. We continue to pay the cost.
Dian  Email: dgreen3-at-sc.rr-dot-com  Columbia, SC
Thursday, September 11, 2003 at 22:20:34
Hello  I'm trying to gather information on Charles vander Ende
served  in ww two and also  korea, Chuck died recently in a vets hospital in seattle Wa.He was awarded numerous medals for bravery,croix de guerre, silver and bronze stars,purple heart,he was an infantrymen in the Army, thank you  sid
sidney cone  Email: sidneycone-at-hotmail-dot-com    Missoula, MT
Tuesday, September 09, 2003 at 13:35:03
I served with the BLT 2/4 in Vietnam. I had a brother 2/26 [deceased] and another brother in 1/26. We're a proud Marine Corp family. I've written a novel about how we became members of the corp. The novel "VOYAGE 51" will be loved by all present and former marines. Available online at or Barnes&Nobles.  Semper Fi.
Richard C. Fennell  Email: rickfenn-at-i-55-dot-com  Homepage:
Lucedale, MS
Sunday, September 07, 2003 at 20:25:23
Hi, I am a descendant of James Madison Burns: who recieved the Medal of Honor for his gallantry at the Battle of New Market. I am impressed with your site and the portrait you have of him has made my search for information much easier. Keep up the good work!
C/2LT Andrew Burns  Email: knight_jfc-at-msn-dot-com  Homepage:
Harrisonburg, VA
Sunday, September 07, 2003 at 04:16:31
I enjoyed my visit to your Hall of Heroes website; and, I salute you for remembering Our Heroes.  We had one Medal of Honor recipient in the 26th Marine Regiment during the Vietnam War: S/Sgt Karl Taylor, USMC of India Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment (India 3/26) for his actions on 08 December 1968 during Operation Meade River. Please, visit our no cost 26th Marines' Buddy Locator Registry website at  Semper Fidelis  Loyde P. Snake Arender (Kilo 3/26) and (Bravo 1/26)  26th Marine Regiment - Vietnam War
Email: kaybran-at-webtv-dot-net  I Corps Area 1966 - 1970  USMC - USN  South Vietnam
Friday, September 05, 2003 at 11:39:50
Today is a sad day in America with the passing of Gen. Ray Davis.  He was a MOH recipient from the Korean War.  He was a friend to all veterans and their cause.  He will be missed. God bless you General.  Semper Fi. 
dale punch  Email: dpunch-at-charer-dot-net  Homepage:  Lincolnton, NC
Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 20:51:53
I am very glad that we have men and women willing to risk their own lives to save other people's. I am also glad that we have people that would risk their own lives just to help save our country and help keep it a safe place for us to live.
Tara Beeler  Email: tommygirl_447-at-hotmail-dot-com   Big Spring, TX
Tuesday, September 02, 2003 at 17:03:04
Wow!! What an outstanding site!
My dad was a US Marine officer in the pacific in WWII, and he was the first one to tell me about the Nisei soldiers in WWII.  His first experience with them was while he was on division duty on Maui when some fights broke out between the marines of the 4th division and some recently returned members of the 100th and 442nd.  The fights were pretty bad, and the marines had to get a quick education on who those  doggies  were.  Although my dad never had very good feelings toward Japan as a result of his wartime experiences, he had tremendous respect and admiration for the Nisei and especially of their role in WWII.  He told me that the Japanese were a very tough and formidable enemy.   We were just really lucky to have those guys (the Nisei) on our side.
WHEN IS HOLLYWOOD GOING TO TELL THIS STORY? They have made movies about just about everything else.  Maybe the real story of the 442nd and the other Japanese-Americans in WWII is too hard to believe.
Richard Valentine  Email: VenturAmerica-at-aol-dot-com  Bridgeton, NJ
Monday, September 01, 2003 at 00:45:55
My name is Christie Flores and I'm interested in obtaining information regarding my father Eduardo Garcia from Killeen TX   who recently passed away this last July 2003 in Killeen TX. He received the Silver Medal in Viet Nam And the family is not aware what the medal was for, so if some one would kind enough to enlighten our family on what this prestigious medal was for we would for ever grateful. Thank you-----Christine Flores.
Christine Flores  Email: rudyandchris-at-msn-dot-com  Albuuerque, NM
Sunday, August 31, 2003 at 19:16:37
This is a wonderful site. I am very grateful to those of my father's generation who paid the ransom for the freedom we enjoy. I am proud to have sworn the same oath.
C.Bowen, North Dakota
Saturday, August 30, 2003 at 01:29:29
Long over-due, and a wonderful tribute...Gary R. Martin
Gary R. Martin  Email: poppagriz-at-ida-dot-net   Rigby, IDAHO
Friday, August 29, 2003 at 12:15:30
found the site while searching for information on the Navy cousin recieved itfor service on Guam..he was killed there and I wanted info for the family genealogy album, but could not locate anything...if anyone can help me out, I would appreciate it. His name was Cpl, Ralph Moore and he was a Marine, killed July 29,1944 on Guam. I cannot find any other site that is of help to me,,,,so I am trying everything I can to locate info on the Navy Cross and how to get his information into a heros  site. I also have a cousin who recieved the Medal of Honor for VietNam and his father was awarded the Purple Heart. Thanks Katie
Kaye JOnas  Email: ktjonas-at-msn-dot-com  Tucson, AZ
Thursday, August 28, 2003 at 12:39:20
I just want to know if my grandmother's brother, Roger Durden, is buried in France.  He was a soldier in WW11 and was missing in action.  Later on, we heard that he was buried in France.  My grandmother died without ever knowing where he was or even if he was still alive during that time.  He was a resident of Ga.
 June (Sparks) Graves  Email: silvernickelpublishing-at-alltel-dotnet  Milledgeville, GA
Monday, August 25, 2003 at 16:04:47
Found your page while looking for information about Peter C Lemon, Mr Lemon spoke at a recent convention, I have the opportunity to meet him and have him autograph his book for My wife and I (both AF veterans) and for my daughter (current AF member).  What an honor to be in the presence of Mr Lemon, thanks for all of you work on this site, I have forwarded to a number of retirees.
 Dave Winward  Email: davew32-at-hotmail-dot-com  Warner Robins, GA
Monday, August 25, 2003 at 09:50:38
Thank you very much for this site we do understand that this takes time and effort.  And I am very proud of my brother in law Sgt Clifford Sims, and we Thank God for all the men that risk their live and go away to keep this country free.
John Underwood  Email: johnagape-at-gtnet-dot-com  Port St. Joe, FL
Monday, August 18, 2003 at 23:12:43
The world is filled with so much hate and discontent. I need a place like this to remind me from time to time about the people who really care and give their all, asking nothing in return. Keep up the great work with these great sites, and never stop believing, even when those around you falter.
My heartfelt thanks for your inspiration.
Name: John C. Morgan - Florida
Friday, August 15, 2003 at 16:52:15
Your website is fantastic. A lot of informations sources. I enormously admire your patriotism, and you can be proud of your country. GOD BLESS AMERICA
didier MASSON   Email: didier.masson55-at-free-dot-fr
32 avenue des clairs chźnes   City:  ETAIN 55400, FRANCE
Friday, August 15, 2003 at 10:46:09
Just to say thanks for all who fought and died in world war 11.  What a shame that kids of today learn so little in school who fought and died for us.
Wade Tucker   Email: ww2tucker-at-yahoo-dot-com  Birmingham, AL
Thursday, August 14, 2003 at 14:34:34
A Hero has Honour and Glory which is bestowed by a higher power on those who sacrifice themselves or a part of themselves in saving there fellow man, regardless of friend or foe and without consideration of reward.
David Rogers  Email: drogers_wxm-at-hotmail-dot-com  Wrexham, UK
Wednesday, August 13, 2003 at 11:50:43
A friend of mine told me he found me on here.  Nice.  Keep up the good work.
 phillip shortman  Email: phillipshortman-at-yahoo-dot-com  Hays, MT
Monday, August 11, 2003 at 12:21:00
SFC Dan F. Miller  Email: MNGHT7269-at-AOL-dot-COM  Fort Hood, TX
Sunday, August 10, 2003 at 20:10:16
I just found this and i will do all that i can to help out. I also would like for everyone to try to help everyone out also.
Gary   Email: mcbjm21-at-inw-dot-net   Galva, ILL
Saturday, August 09, 2003 at 14:39:30
What a fantastic memorial to these (HERO'S). Every one in America should read these. This weeks sermon was on who's your hero? Your site added to what it means to bear the cross for others as our Lord did.
Semper Fi!
Ps. Ron Fairbairn  Marine: 1967-1971  Email: rnddispl1-at-earthlink-dot-net   Las Vegas, NV
Saturday, August 02, 2003 at 20:38:17
Alons to the men who have not made it home.--- it has been taken me some time for me to say anything.
Sgt. E5 James A. Anderson  Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, August 02, 2003 at 18:55:09
Hi. I have just found your web site. I am delighted with it. i will go through the whole one. Keep well
Angie  Email:  City: Wroc³aw, POLAND
Friday, August 01, 2003 at 12:08:36
As a Federal Employee of the VA medical Center in Waco Texas, I can say it is an honor to have personally met several of the CMH holders, and assure them and all that the employees of the VA stand ready to help them, and their veteran brothers and sisters, in any way possible.  God Bless you all and thank you for your service to our country and our freedom
Alan Kahn  Email: speedbag-at-hot-dot-rr-dot-com  Waco, TX
Monday, July 28, 2003 at 17:20:15
PLEASE HELP US FIND information concerning our Grandfather: Wiliam Paul Ryan, born in 1878, and we believe he was a pony soldier in the "Spanish American War about 1898".
Any information would be most greatly appreciated.
May God-bless us all !!
 M.Waters  Email: mwaters-at-ccil-dot-org  West Chester, PA
Sunday, July 27, 2003 at 20:42:44
It put a lot of sadness and respect for all the soldiers who fought and died in all the wars-deep in my heart. Being a vet to I  share a common bond with the men I served with. Ihope you add  a whole lot more.       
DAVID BOLES  Email: Boles415a-at-b-dot-com  High Point, NC
Saturday, July 26, 2003 at 19:05:53
Great web site-
I am the scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 609 in Aptos, California (Santa Cruz). Our troop leaves for summer camp tomorrow. I had been looking for stories of courage and leadership that I could read at campfire. I ran into your website. Thank you for the great stories. I selected a couple to take with me.
Ron Deller  Email: rdeller-at-pacbell-dot-net  Aptos, CA
Saturday, July 26, 2003 at 13:11:18
I love this site. It is a real tribute to the men and women of our country who have sacrificed so much so that we can all live in freedom. We should say a pray of thanks every day for these selfless individuals. Thank you for your wonderful tribute to our heroes. God Bless. 
Lisa Moore, Southwest Military Museum  Email: MLJCACTUS-at-aol-dot-com  San Angelo, TX
Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 21:33:35
Thank you for this site which allows me to post remembrance of my first cousin, "Quentin R. Nordin," awarded the Purple Heart in October 1944 after Leyte Gulf. He was aboard the USS Suwannee CVE27 which was struck by a Japanese Kamikaze plane. The damage took place Oct 25-26, 1944. Quentin was listed MIA. His name is on a plaque in the Philippines.  There is nothing here in the United States to honor his memory and recognize the sacrifice he made. I hope this will help keep alive the memory of those Navy men who paid the ultimate price aboard the USS Suwannee CVE27 in WW2.
Rita Nordin-Regan  Phillipsburg, NJ
Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 16:57:01
I am looking for anyone that served/knows anyone that served on the USS ESSEX during the Korean War.  My Dad (John Robert Carruth) was on the Ship during this period.  Please email me so that I can give my Dad the surprise on his life on his 72nd B'day.
Thanks to all you Vets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Audrey Carruth   Email: audreyc-at-tombigbee-dot-net  Vernon, AL
Monday, July 21, 2003 at 00:07:49
VERY INFORMATIVE...a true tribute to the brave men and woman of armed a former paratroop Captain in the 11th airborne divison Im am proud to have served and can most appreciate the deeds of my fellow service the dead...may they rest in the living...we have an obligation to advance the cause of all who serve...past...present...future.
Jerry D Freeble  
Saturday, July 19, 2003 at 17:46:28
For the past two years, the VARO, Portland, Or. has celebrated National Medal of Honor recognition day on March 25th.  This year, Col. and Mrs. Joe Jackson drove from their home in Washington to spend the day with the employees of the VA as well as federal employees from other agencies in the building.  Although that's been 4 months ago - employees are still talking about the day they spent with Joe and his wife.  I think Joe may have gotten writers cramps from the many photos and citations he signed.  I want to send a personal thanks to the Jackson's for sharing with us their stories and of themselves.  We hope you can return in the future.
Chuck Countryman   Email: cscount7859-at-aol-dot-com  Portland, OR
We enjoyed our visit very much.  Being an veteran myself, I can truely understand the effort and work that has gone into the making of your website.  You have done an excellent job !!  In appreciation we have listed your site under favorite selections on our own home page.   Thank You so very much for sharing your beautiful website with us. 
Floyd and Nancy  Email: bluetown1998-at-yahoo-dot-com  
Homepage:  Waukesha, WI
Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 15:21:31
I went to the D-Day Memorial in New Orleans yesterday, I think everyone in America should go and see what these great men did for our country.
Lorace W. Sykes  Email: sykeslw-at-bellsouth-dot-net  Vancleave, MS
Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 10:30:08
Absolutely a fantastic site, and you should take great pride in a job well done! Everyone should be required to visit this site. This is what we are all about. Individual soldiers, sailors and airmen doing extraordinary feats of heroism, to preserve our ideals of freedom. Great job!!!!
David Nimmo  Email: davnimm1956-at-hotmail-dot-com  Poynette, WI
Saturday, July 12, 2003 at 13:52:18
Hi my name is Danielle, i am the granddaughter of Eugene Franklin Miller. He is trying to find a nurse that was in the 67th evacuation hospital in 1967 by the name of Capitan Wochowski( i am not sure that the name is spelled right). If you know anything about it or how I could get that information please e-mail me at I appreciate any information that you could give to me. thank you in advance for anything and everything.  sincerely,
Danielle Miller  Loganville, GA
Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 19:43:58
Thank you for remembering the nisei soldiers of WWII.  Their story has always amazed me.  I enjoyed reading your book, and will be sure to share it.  I am currently stationed with the 100th Battalion 442nd Infantry (Army Reserves) and we take a lot of pride in the history of our unit.  Thank you for preserving it.
Keiv F. Dumlao  Email: kenpokeiv-at-hawaii-dot-rr-dot-com  Pearl City, HI
Tuesday, July 08, 2003 at 19:05:33
I went to P.I.S.C. Nov '66 Plt 226 DIs were Gy Jones, Ssgt Cabberra, Graduated Feb. '67.   Also VMGR-152 Fuetema, Japan '67 '68,  Marine barracks Wahiawa/Kunia Hawaii, '69 '70  H&MS-27 '68 '69 H&MS-20,'73 '75 Love to hear from anyone from those time frames and friends also...  Semper Fi all brothers and Sister marines .
Joseph M. Ingream  Email: chanel-at-epic-dot-net  Tower City, PA
Tuesday, July 08, 2003 at 15:23:32
Just found site, I like what I saw so far and will be back at a later time when I have more time to visit. Thanks for all they did for me and family!!
Pete Best  Email: lostandfound8-at-msn-dot-com  Orange City, FL
Sunday, July 06, 2003 at 21:23:06
I am 63 today and have never served in the Armed Forces of our country, but I have the greatest respect and appreciation for those who did and admiration for those special patriots awarded the Medal of Honor and other symbols of bravery and selfless dedication in defending our great Republic and way of life. I salute you.
Steve  Seattle, WA
Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 18:23:36
Hello, My father was Shigeo Suemori, a member of the 442nd, Go For broke. I would like to talk to friends and people who knew him.  He lived on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Please contact me at or mail me at 4470 Sunset blvd. Hollywood, California 90027. I would love to hear from you and if you could help me find his friends that would be a help too.
 Thank you,  Email:  Hollywood, CA
Friday, July 04, 2003 at 01:21:15
Thank you so very much for the "Home of Heroes" web page.  It is truly wonderful!  I have spent hours reading page after page and know this will become one of my favorites.
Linda Butler-Johnson  Email: twohorses1-at-att-dot-net  Wadmalaw Island, SC
Thursday, July 03, 2003 at 00:25:42
I enjoyed looking at your site. Thanks for having the blue star flag. It means the world to us. My dad is now overseas and I am proud of him, but I do miss him. May God watch over him and the rest of our men and women.
Lisa   Email: Mauikidz-at-aol-dot-com  Charleston, SC
Tuesday, July 01, 2003 at 22:08:50
I was born in 1937 and so remember very little of the war other than fear.  In 1968 I first learned about internment camps for Japanese citizens when moving to Lovington, NM.  There I discovered the most amazing fruit and vegetable farm and was told  it was owned by a Japanese family.  Puzzled, I inquired how they came to be there.  I was told there once was an internment camp  in our county and they had been transported from California and virtually imprisoned.  Surprisingly they fell in love with the high plains and chose to stay and make their home in this friendly and beautiful area.  I was proud to be their neighbor and they were a treasured part of our community.  It was hard to believe these events had occurred and I had never been told.  How very sorry I am this took place in the country I love.  I pray that in the future this sort of injustice will never again take place.  God bless these dear loyal people and God bless and forgive America.
Marilyn Loveall   Tulsa, OK
Sunday, June 29, 2003 at 22:31:35
Pamela Jackson (SOWELL)  Email: MSPJ67-at-aol-dot-com  Chandler, OK
Sunday, June 29, 2003 at 06:32:41
I can't wait to get Dad's information so that I may share his daring and love of country with all of you. He is a double purple heart recipient. I am very proud of him and he would love to correspond with any in the army at that time with him. He got other very serious medals but I will have to clarify these with him. He was in the Normandy Invasion (Omaha Beach) and the Battle of the Bulge. Possibly tomorrow night more accurate information. Thanks and this is a truly outstanding web sight. Thank you, Susie
Susie Bridell  Email: BUFBRIDELL-at-aol-dot-com  Ore City, TX
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 01:01:55
My POW bracelet listed Capt. Charles A. Jackson, captured 6-24-72.  I know he returned home 2-12-73...can anyone help me locate him or get my message to him.  I'd like to give him the bracelet that I wore as a commitment to him and his fellow prisoners.  Thank you! Toni
Toni Emmons  Email: tje-at-1s-dot-net  Amarillo, TX
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 21:48:50
Thank you for having this site for our soldiers and troops, our men and women fighting for us! God Bless You and again, Thank you for this site.
 Sherri Owens Wynne  Email: sowynne-at-earthlink-dot-net  Sarepta, LA
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 21:48:06
THOMAS M. PADEN  Email: oldsarge60-at-hotmail-dot-com   JOHNSON CITY, NY
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 15:56:50
A wonderful web site you have created.  Thank you!  Thank you!  Welcome Home to all vets!
Sloop  A 2/7, 1st Air Cav  67-68 
Sloop  Email: Tigersloopy2-at-webtv-dot-net  Homepage:
Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 09:29:10
Thank you for making this site possible. It touches the hearts of the many families of  living and deceased vets. I would like to dedicate this entry to the memory of my father, Sgt. Richard Linkler who died in the line of duty and to thank Dr. John E. Freed and his beautiful wife, Stacy Alexander, for their loving concern and generous donations through the years.
Rick Linkler, Jr.  New York, NY
Saturday, June 21, 2003 at 08:17:33
Thank you for your wonderful web site and thanks to all who helped to make me free.  Looking for photos or anyone that may have known My Uncle - Sgt Samuel Clay Davis (Sammy) Tank Commander 35th Inf 737th Tank Battalion Company B - Distinguished Service Cross GO59 - KIA Hill 122 St. Lo July 17, 1944 - Thank you and Godspeed
Dixie Haynes  Email: timanddix-at-aol-dot-com  Whittier, NC
Friday, June 20, 2003 at 14:08:31
You guys are great! and whatever you do...always come home safe!
Nicki Courson  Email: ncourson747-at-hotmail-dot-com  North Fort Myers, FL
Thursday, June 19, 2003 at 13:19:25
Thank you for making a lasting tribute to our veterans and soldiers now passed.  My Uncle (MSgt. USA, Retired) served with the 442 and was a recipient of the the Bronze Star.  He has since passed a few years ago in Tucson, AZ where my father (Colonel USA, Retired) another WWII vet is now residing with my mother.  My father took part in the liberation of some of the death camps and served as court officer in the proceeding war trials.
My Uncle (Colonel USA, Retired) is a veteran of Korea (Tank Commander) and now resides in Hawaii along with another Uncle (Colonel USA, Retired) who served several tours in Vietnam (Special Forces).
It means a lot to me that these brave souls not be forgotten.  There was a movie (new release) made about the 442.  It was supposed to have been completed but has yet to be released.  It would be good to know when this will come to the big screen.
Name: A, Holck
Monday, June 16, 2003 at 02:32:42
My name is Ulysses McDowell Jr.  I am a retired MSgt of Marines and I want to thank all servicemen and women - past, present, and future, for their sacrifice and duty.  I also wish to thank their families.  I know from personal experience, that "you (families) were always on their minds, you were always on their minds.  God Bless You and God Bless America. Semper Fi!
Ulysses McDowell Jr. MSgt, USMC Retired  Email: Urarity-at-aol-dot-com Charlotte, NC
Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 14:03:30
Hi!  I would like to thank all the brave men and women of our Armed Services for protecting our country and fighting for our freedom.  You are a great inspiration to young people everywhere.  I pray that God will guide and protect you as you continue to keep us free.
Leslie Short (Wife of Gulf War Veteran)  Email: sunshine131073-at-yahoo-dot-com
Rittman, OH
Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 13:40:59
My dad is Samuel H. Gay he served in World War II.  He was one of the few survivors of the Rapido river.  He won a Bronze star and a Purple heart and I would like to just say how proud of him and how brave of a man he must have been. He went on to serve as a crash fireman for Civil Service he retired as Assistant Fire Chief, not only that he has always been a great man to his daughters all 5 of us. So this tribute is to say thank you daddy and Happy Father's Day.
Pennie  Cox  Email: coxpennie-at-hotmail-dot-com   Atlanta, GA
Sunday, June 08, 2003 at 10:28:21
Vincent DeSantis   Email: vin947-at-yahoo-dot-com   Staten Island, NY
Sunday, June 08, 2003 at 10:06:35
Appreciate your site. I sign in memory of Major V.C. Fields, Jr. AO 00727474, USAAC. KIA 02 Feb. 1944, Anzio, Italy. Awarded DSC.
I am veteran of Korea and Vietnam, U.S. Army.
Chaplain James T. Akers   Email: akersjt-at-madtel-dot-net   Madison, KS
Friday, June 06, 2003 at 22:44:47
Thanks to all you guys that made this project possible.  
Walter L Downham
Email: w9alt-at-tds-dot-net  Logansport, Ind.
Friday, June 06, 2003 at 21:58:32
Anyone out there from Jasco that l.C.V.P. from Pres Jackson landed on Iwo on 19th ? Boat wrecked and I visited Iwo for a couple days. Did the Jasco team make it? I was lucky and made it home, twice in the Pacific, forgot about it for 56 years - but you know grandkids! Thank ALL you guys and gals. Bill
Bill Newbauer   Email:  Ft. Wayne, IN
Wednesday, June 04, 2003 at 13:55:07
Hi  my dad srevice on US, Casablanca in WW 2 & His Name was Clyde Reber he not no
herous,  but I thank he is to me,   I thank u do a great job about the Herous of the USA ,
     If any one see this or any picture of the men  please let me know I like to read bout the
Hostory    drop me email
God bless the our troop Men and Women                 Thank u have a great day
Clyde Reber Jr  Email: Bluemoon-at-seidata-dot-com   North Vernon, IN
Sunday, June 01, 2003 at 13:51:02
My Dad served with the 442nd and never talked about it. He was 1rst LT Eugene Doyon.
He passed 11 years ago, and I am truly greatful for this site!
Thank you
Thomas Doyon  Email: tom-at-askcoop-dot-com   So. Plfd, NJ
Friday, May 30, 2003 at 16:46:09
Hello friends,
My name is Matthew Grant and I am a co-founder of an organization (along with retired Marine General Ray Davis-MOH Korea, Retired Navy pilot Captain Thomas Hudner-MOH Korea) That wants to bring the accurate account of Historical combat events to America's High School Students. We want to stress the importance of the many veteran sacrifices as a way to create an appreciation for American society. We want to give students a feeling for history through the stories of those who created it (the veterans). 
We also want to overcome the vast misconceptions the academic community has fostered concerning the military for nearly 50 years. 
To do this, we need your help. We need all of the available veterans to join our organization (FREE), and spread the word. We need educational resources and funding. Please help us tell your story in YOUR voice. Please visit our website (, and review our mission, beliefs, and all of the other information about our organization. Will you please help us? 
 Thank you, 
 Matthew Grant     706-714-9199  Athens, GA
Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 19:19:34
I found your site while researching our counties 10 MOH recipients for the Ohio Bi-Centennial.Thank you Vets and especially Ret. Maj.Marvin Coffee - pilot of the B-17 Coffee Grinder for what you have sacrificed!  To cherish our history is to honor those who have given us a proud heritage ! Thanks Derek
Derek Coffee  Email: derekcoffee-at-hotmail-dot-com  Salem, OH
Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 21:10:19
I have enjoyed reading about the great journey my father had taken many years ago with his fellow soldiers.  My father is now gone, but his memory lives on in the eyes of my young son.
Colette V. Okawaki   Email: cokawaki-at-aerofund-dot-com  Campbell, CA
Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 22:13:09
What a wonderful website this is.  I wish that one day a site like this would never be needed.  I pray for and hope for peace so that the young people did not have to save others, who at this moment seem to be ridiculing us.  How sad this is for the troops and us Americans back home.  But, every service person has our mind thinking of them to return safely to their families. 
Good Luck.
 Lil   Email: langelo361-at-comcast-dot-net  Clinton Twp., MI
Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 13:26:57
I visit the virtual wall everyday.  Especially meaningful on Memorial Day.
From there I found the link to your goodisgood page.  Such a great story of friendship.  I have placed a link to your page hoping that it helps with contributions to such a wonderful website.  Clark (Father PhanRang '68; son USNA '04.
Clark   Email: admin-at-napcnt-dot-org   Homepage:  Rockwall, TX
Monday, May 26, 2003 at 00:20:14
I am the grandson of Hans Johnsen USN MOH recipient during the Spanish American War and learned of your site through the recent Denver Post article. 
As an MOH side note of Johnsen family history to honor my Grandfather's act of heroism and his consequent award of the MOH my Grandmother named my father:
Bernadou (last name of the Captain of the) Winslow ( my middle name and the ship my grandfather served on in the war) 
I have the same name as does my son.
My grandmother continued the tradition by naming my Uncle Avernach Worth Bagley (Ensign on the Winslow who my grandfather's best friend and was KIA at the time my grandfather was performing his heroic actions which saved the Winslow) 
Bernadou Winslow Johnsen II  Email: Komondor45-at-aol-dot-com  Thornton, CO
Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 22:08:04
I came to this site in search of a citation explaining the specifics of how my friend MOH Michael J. Novosel came to earn America's highest military honor. I was in awe with the number of heroes that stand in the same rank as he. I was proud to learn that several MOH recipients were Floridians just like myself. It really doesn't matter where you were born or raised or even what service you served in the heart of a hero beats within and expands beyond all boundaries when the time comes to do that deed. God himself placed that man on earth to perform that action of ultimate sacrifice, most met him soon after to hear  him say "Well done my son, well done", while some went home to be with God some continued to march toward the future because his creator had more for him to do on this earth. Maybe to inspire others to care for their fellow man or to keep the torch shining brightly so in this dark world others could follow and remember that there is great goodness in each of us waiting for us to display it. Medal of Honor recipient or mother of children we all have a responsibility to set a good example and live by high morals and a strong code of ethic. Thank you for developing such a positive place and promoting the value of teaching our little ones that service and sacrifice are worth more than salary and self indulgence. >>>--The--Tender--Warrior---->  
Staff Sergeant Walter K. Crews   Email: crewscontrol-at-yahoo-dot-com  Fort Rucker, AL
Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 14:50:00
Sandy Adams    Kingsport, TN
Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 09:30:05
I would like to say Hello to MOH recipient Melvin Biddle (WW2). I am from his home town and am always pleased to see him at patiotic events. I believe we should always honor and remember men like him...they are our countries truest national treasures. I would be thrilled to get the chance to meet him and say thank you for your service!!
Greg Tompkins   Email: beachbum63-at-webtv-dot-net  Anderson, IN
Saturday, May 24, 2003 at 20:37:08
I have been looking everywhere for information on James Lenry MIlls. And this wedsite is the only one that really covers him. He is related to me, and this information on this web site has helped me do history reports and English. Thanks!!
Whitney  Email: whitgirl859-at-netscape-dot-net  Lakeland, FL
Friday, May 23, 2003 at 21:58:17
I was searching for heroes for my daughter. Pretty simple - I found this site, which is not what I was looking for. This site is truly a treasure! I will re-visit. I will!
 Sheri Floyd  Email: sherif-at-cfpciowa-dot-org  Des Moines, IA
Thursday, May 22, 2003 at 09:51:28
DARLENE AGUILARD TOLAR  Email: JADE21875-at-AOL-dot-COM  Kennesaw, GA
Monday, May 19, 2003 at 16:34:53
Col.Donlon, I just finished your book Beyond Nam Dong. It was great. Thank you for defending our great nation. It must have been difficult times. You are truly one in a million. I salute you. TSGT.David Aycock USAF Ret
David Aycock  Email: Lizand david1-at-cs-dot-com  Bonaire, GA
Sunday, May 18, 2003 at 18:03:26
Beautiful sight for our heros....thanks....and God Bless
Rene J. Harp   Email: renejh1-at-juno-dot-com  Maple Shade, NJ
Friday, May 16, 2003 at 08:59:39
I really enjoyed getting the chance to hear and meet Sergeant Sammy Davis speak.  He was very kind, informative, inspirational.  I think everyone can learn a lot from him, and I appreciate his efforts and those of others like him to share their experiences to try to positively influence America's youth. 
Lacy M.   Email: lacy042000-at-yahoo-dot-com  Indiana
Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 21:29:42
Served with H Co 75th Rangers in Viet Nam (late'69-mid'72) Found this site while trying to answer my six year old boy, who questioned "..what was your war like daddy...."
 Thanks for some help in answering his innocent question
William D. Kiel  Email: wdkiel-at-aol-dot-com  Mishawaka, IN
Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 12:35:55
What a great site.... Thankyou.  Semper Fi..
Bob Miller  Email: rhm-at-idcnet-dot-com  Fort Atkinson, WI
Monday, May 12, 2003 at 17:28:53
Interested in 40th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment ,K company specifically Sgt. John Benson Caldwell
Jack D. Caldwell  Email: jdlacaldwell-at-msn-dot-com  Pittsboro, IN
Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 14:27:11
I recently had the honor of being on a flight with Gary L Littrell CMOH.  It's great to see a guestbook dedicated to heroes like Gary.  Keep up the good work!
Bob Key  Email: bobkey-at-prodigy-dot-net  Overland Park, KS
Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 10:52:32
LEN ASEWICZ  Email: asewiczkc-at-att-dot-net  Phillipsburg, NJ
Friday, May 09, 2003 at 16:00:12
My mother was an OR nurse during WWII, and served on Anzio Beach with the 2nd Auxiliary Surgical Group. At one time during the shelling and bombardment of Anzio, a piece of shrapnel tore through her tent and missed her by inches.  She carried that piece of shrapnel in her purse until the day she died, and I now have the honor of carrying it with me.
 She was able to keep in touch with some of her fellow nurses in the 2nd Aux, and that bond was priceless. They all shared the horror of Anzio, and were forever changed by it.  Even many years after Anzio, they remained close friends and got together whenever they could.
 I would love to hear from other nurses from the 2nd Aux,and/or from someone who knew my mother:  Frances (Fran) Lockeman.
 Lynn Smith  Email: tucklynn-at-comcast-dot-net  Lancaster, PA
Friday, May 09, 2003 at 15:52:07
I was born Nov. 22, 1940. My heartfelt thanks to all the Americans who fought and died to preserve freedom for me, my children and my grandchildren.
James Bowerman  Email: HoosierJim120-at-wmconnect-dot-com
Homepage:  Mishawaka, IN
I enjoyed doing research on my Husband uncle Bryant Womack. There were pictures of him we had never seen.  Thank You!!!
Marie Womack  Email: fredmariewomack-at-brightok-dot-net  Sulphur, OK  (USA)
Sunday, May 04, 2003 at 00:13:09
Congratulations on having the best site on the net. I am a descendent of Medal Of Honor recipient Samuel Slavens, a member of Andrews' Raiders during the Civil War.
Larry Slavens  Email: slavens001-at-aol-dot-com  Cross Lanes, WV  (USA)
Friday, May 02, 2003 at 23:42:18
Hello, I'm Vanessa 15 years old and I'm searching for my dad, all information that I have are in my homepage, please take a minute and read it, maybe you can help me.
Vanessa  Email: hope_f_germany-at-yahoo-dot-de  (GERMANY)
Friday, May 02, 2003 at 04:54:43
I think this site is GREAT and should be used more to tell the youth what their forefathers have done to protect their freedom(s).
Roger C Van Dalsem  Email: rogercvandalsem-at-cox-dot-net  Tulsa, OK (USA)
Friday, May 02, 2003 at 00:28:55
I served in the U.S. Army from April 1962 thru 1965; never did go to Vietnam....I had a lot of cousins and friends that did go....most of them came home, some received medals. Two friends received the Silver Star (Gerald K. Bryant & Rayford Cole) My cousin Charles D. McNeal received a purple can I find out what they did to receive the medals??
Jerry Wayne McNeal  Email:  Center Point, LA  (USA)
Wednesday, April 30, 2003 at 15:17:53
Can never say enough-Thank you to all the Military & their families!
Amos Stevens  Email: amosstevens2000-at-yahoo-dot-com  Phoenix, AZ (USA)
Thursday, April 24, 2003 at 20:26:51
Hey I just wanted to say that my cousin Nick spiewak is in the Marines and when he leaves I want to wish him the best of luck
Rob Spiewak  Email: rob4life25-at-yahoo-dot-com  Glendale Heights, IL  (USA)
Thursday, April 17, 2003 at 21:37:51
I was told about this web site. By Noel Benavidez. Noel told me likes going to this site. I can see why. I am very impressed with it. Keep up the good work. Oh by the way. I am the son of  Macario Garcia CMH from WWII.
Robert Garcia  Email: kandygrc-at-juno-dot-com  Stafford, TX  (USA)
Thursday, April 17, 2003 at 14:04:44
While searching for the MOH citation of my father's fox hole buddy, Yukio Okustu, I found your web site. What a fitting conclusion to my recent visit to the 442 RCT's 60th reunion! Thank you, Mr. Sterner for your devotion to those brave heroes who have kept this the land truly the land of the free, and a beacon to the world!!
Paul Mimura  Email: PMimura-at-smurfit-dot-com  Chicago, IL  (USA)
Wednesday, April 16, 2003 at 16:55:26
What a tribute, as an Army Veteran during peace time, I followed my father, and his father into service.  Thank you for honoring our nations heroes.
Rodney D. Robbins  Email: counselor007-at-attbi-dot-com  Dundee, OR (USA)
Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at 23:54:11
Discovered my MOH ancestor in old family bible.  Was curious to know who Capt. Robert McDonald was and my research led me to the Indian Wars where I found him.  Have wonderful letters written by him describing his experiences in the New Mexico and Montana Territories in the 1800s.  Will be sending you photo of his gravestone in Hayward, CA. this evening.
 Have a close cousin, a West Pointer, who served in the Pacific Theatre during WWII.

 Love your site!
 Marilyn Everts Critari, Alice, TX  (USA)
Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at 17:52:10
Very well done history.  Thank you for keeping this up.
E. C. Woodruff  Email: ecspook-at-juno-dot-com  Midland, TX  (USA)
Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at 15:05:56
Thank you to all the men and women serving for our country right now. I think that we all appreciate it. I am praying for everyone of them, and I think everyone out there should be too. We all pray for your safe return..
Kristen  Email: misty7654-at-cheerful-dot-com  Buffalo, NY  (USA)
Sunday, April 13, 2003 at 17:29:44
Thank you for this website I miss my father terribly and this website brought alot of great memories.   My son is Iraq somewhere right now and I am as proud of him as I always have been of my father.  My father served two tours in Korea and 2 tours in Vietnam. He was the recipient of 3 Bronze Stars.  His name is John F. Linehan (Jack).  If anyone knew him I would love to hear from them. God Bless America
Jean M. Butts (Linehan)  Email: jeanneb-at-fuse-dot-net  Cincinnati, OH (USA)
Sunday, April 13, 2003 at 15:05:38
What a great site!!!!
Ron White  Email: ronald_d_white-at-yahoo-dot-com  West Valley City, UT (USA)
Tuesday, April 08, 2003 at 23:02:27
Thank you for providing a site to keep our spirits high and share American pride with other patriots...   
We remain strong... WE ARE AMERICANS!     GOD BLESS the USA!
Judy O'Keefe  Email: djocops86-at-earthlink-dot-net  Fort Collins, CO (USA)
Tuesday, April 08, 2003 at 16:25:46
This site helped me so much on my report for US History

Melissa Thompson  Email:Honeybee82955160-at-aol-dot-com  Upper Maralbro, MD (USA)
Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 17:08:04
31m20 Radio Relay Operator.1967 to 1969..Was with the 36th Sig Bt. ( D co ).Was at Ahn Khe,Phan Thiet Hue,BMT AND Cam Rahn Bay.Looking for Oscar Moreno,Chuck Yates,lT Coper and others of the unit.
Jame O Smith  Email: ARMYsigCOR-at-webtv-dot-net  Indiana (USA)
Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 10:15:49
I just found this website while searching for information about about the "bronze star" award. My brother-in-law (who passed away on March 25, 2003) married my sister when I was only 4 years old, so to me he was like a brother. Anyway, I know he received a bronze star in the Vietnam war, he was in the Army and I know he served in the war and was stationed in Japan and Australia. My sister married him in 1970 and he never really talked about the war, but he was very young when he enlisted and I think he just kept everything inside him, because he never told anyone what he got the bronze star for. Is there any way we can find out how it achieved this medal? His two daughters are very interested, so they can share the story with their children when they are old enough to understand. His name was Charles Shelby Wagner and he was from Texas. Any help you can give will be appreciated. Thank You For Any Help You Can Give.
L. Saenz  Email:Michaelnlori-at-ev1-dot-net  Beaumont, TX  (USA)
Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 01:51:15
During my 4 years in the Marines, I had the honor of serving under 2 CMH recipients, then Lt.Col James Livingston, and later, Sgt.Maj.Steve Kellogg.  Many Marines, and an entire country owe these men and their fellow recipients a great debt of gratitude for their service and sacrifice.  May God bless them and grant them peace throughout their days. Semper Fi!
Jim Kratzer  Email:jwkratzer1-at-neo-dot-rr-dot-com   Doylestown, OH  (USA)
Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 01:38:11
What an incredible website!  Thank you! I had tears in my eyes as I read the stories of the brave heroes who made our country free.
Colleen McDonald Mohr
:col72100-at-aol-dot-com  Chattanooga, TN  (USA)
Saturday, April 05, 2003 at 10:52:21
I think it is great that there is such a site on the web that pays tribute to our national heroes.  Thanks to everyone who maintains and visits this site.
Gabrielle Stinson  Wise, VA  (USA)
Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 19:55:51
WOW!!! This is GREAT.. I have a son that is a marine. He is stationed at Camp Lejuene in North Carolina. He has been enlisted since Aug.1,2000. He is currently in Iraq. He has been away since Aug.27,2002. He left on a ship & was to be back home over 2 weeks ago. But, I am PROUD of him for all he has done for our country. GOD BLESS THE USA!!! GOD BLESS OUR TROOPS!!!
Wendy Noland  Email:wlnoland-at-duo_county-dot-com  Jamestown, KY (USA)
Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 16:19:46
I just want to say that I support our Troops of all branches.
Becky  Email:lightyellow1975-at-yahoo-dot-com  Waukegan, IL  (USA)
Tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 23:38:56
congratulations, it's a great site. I especially like how you compare a 'fake' hero with a real unknown hero. There are more heroes in the world than most people are aware of and they do not all look like Rambo. It's great you put them in the picture.
Best regards!!
Davy  Croket  Email:davy.croket-at-pandora-dot-be  Sint-Amands, BELGIUM
Tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 05:54:54
Thank you for starting this great site.  I am a vet of Korea and Vietnam. It is great to read the "thank yous", especially at this time when the forces that be have decided to raise the stock market with another war. Grandson in Afghanistan now. Son in Thailand when I was in Vietnam with 20 years service to keep him out of there. Grandson now in Afghanistan.  Thanks again, the old "Chief Mack", had all your ammo at Americal and Long Binh, 68-69.
Bill McDonald  Email:chaplain-at-ponyexpress-dot-net  Savannah, MO (USA)
Monday, March 31, 2003 at 21:38:39
Soldiers  protect   America  and  I  respect  that, and people should respect the army  because the army people are risking  there lives to save our country. THANK YOU  ARMY!
Shawnte  Email:bratz_9-at-yahoo-dot-com  Fairbanks, AK  (USA)
Monday, March 31, 2003 at 15:28:25
Thanks for providing this great information.
Heather & Mark Annon  Colorado Springs, CO  (USA)
Saturday, March 29, 2003 at 20:47:16
I am the nephew of JAMES HARPER MCDONALD, CMS, USN (1900-1973), recipient of the Medal of Honor in 1939 for his actions as Chief of Diving Operations, US Navy Salvage Service, in the first underwater rescue of submariners aboard the USS Squalus. I am proud to display Mac's medal, and am researching a display for the County library for Veterans Day in November
Charles E. Goings 3rd  Email:CGOINGSIII-at-sc-dot-rr-dot-com  Little River, SC  (USA)
Saturday, March 29, 2003 at 18:53:42
My father is Don Mckinney. He served in WWII in the 108th Infantry
regement,40th Infantry Divisin F Company,2nd Battalion. I am very proud of him and he is very proud to have served his country. He is a Bronze star recipient.  I am in hopes that I may possible surprise him by hearing from some of his old Army buddies. He talks about them so often. Thank you all for my freedom.
Judy Mckinney Kirschbaum  Email:jujok-at-cox-dot-net  Glendale, AZ  (USA)
Friday, March 28, 2003 at 22:20:21
There could be no greater sense of pride felt by a father than that felt when his son volunteers to join the Army for the expressed purpose of defending his country.
God Bless our troops and keep them safe.
John Gillam  Email:jgillm-at-earthlink-dotnet  Silverton, OR  (USA)
Friday, March 28, 2003 at 11:03:05
For those of you who knew and remember Atlantic side zonian, George Daniel, CHS 1980, today he deployed to the Middle East to serve his country. Please pray for his safe return!!!!
Randolph Center, VT  (USA)
Friday, March 28, 2003 at 09:47:53
This is a very impressive site.
Bob Doyle  Email:doyle-at-macomb-dot-com  Macomb, IL  (USA)
Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 22:13:26
This is a great web site. My heart goes out to all the men and women who served in the services. Without them we would be nothing. God Bless America and God Bless Them.
Melissa  Email:mkgrady-at-hbcoop-dot-com  Frostproof, FL  (USA)
Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 09:33:06
I listened to a radio show today and heard a guest they had named Sam Davis and he read a piece he called THE PROMISE it touched my heart and i would like to thank him for dedication to his country and all he done for all Americans.
jason lott  Email:wetwilly409-at-aol-dot-com  Belle Glade, FL  (USA)
Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 20:48:24
My father works with Medal of Honor recipients, and after the talking to but a few of them, the only thing that I can really say is "Thank You, for everything that you ve done.  God Bless
Michael C. Countryman  Email:nailboss16d2000-at-yahoo-dot-com  Lebanon, IL  (USA)
Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 20:29:05
What a wonderful web site.  I heard about it from my local radio station in Orlando, Fl  104.1 real radio.  I have two sons who are serving in the Army.  Kris 25 and Brandon 19.  I am extremely proud of the both of them for serving their country.  My blessings go out to all of our troops and their familes.  May God bless them all and bring them back home to all the waiting arms!!!!     GOD BLESS AMERICA
Karen Adams  Email:keccc-at-aol-dot-com  Kissimmee, FL  (USA)
Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 14:25:43
Come home safe, God Bless our Angels of War!!!
Darshana  Email:Dshoni-at-aol-dotcom  Pasadena, CA (USA)
Monday, March 24, 2003 at 01:38:35
Thank you for this site. I refer to it often!!!
Wendi Scott  Email:wendiscott-at-ev1-dot-net  Texas
Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 14:21:39
I enjoyed looking at your site. Thanks for having the blue star flag. It means the world to us. My little brother is now overseas and I am proud of him, but I do miss him. May God watch over him and the rest of our men and women.
Cassandra Scholvin  Email:shadow63-at-ptd-dot-net  Coal Township, PA (USA)
Saturday, March 22, 2003 at 09:58:40
This is a great site.  Thank you Mr. Sterner for all of the work that you have done so that our hero's are honored as they should be.
Jim Lopez  Denver, Colorado  (USA)
Saturday, March 22, 2003 at 03:25:56
BETTY  Email:betty1225-at-yahoo-dot-com  Maryland (USA)
Friday, March 21, 2003 at 20:59:30
Thursday, March 20, 2003 at 01:15:46
thank you for your work here. I am a former soldier, my son is in Afghanistan with the 505 attached to the 82nd! I am very proud! yet very scared this war was supposed to have happened in 1980 when i was 18, and more heroes died trying to extract our people from Iran but such is life, please continue your beautiful work may GOD bless our men and women. keep the faith
mariano hernandez  Email:marianojrhdez-at-aol-dot-com  Miami, FL  (USA)
Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 23:49:42
I am the grandson of a retired Green Beret And just wondering if anyone has information on SSgt. Steven Nicoloff. Write if have any information at:
Dennis M. Nicoloff Jr.
1717 Sheppard St.
Waco, Tx. 76711
Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 16:15:43
Greetings on March 19, 2003 the Day the swallows return to Capistrano and also St. Joseph's Day. This is an excellent web site which shows superior leadership by the originators of same.
I was at Sampson AFB from May 17-31, 1954. We weren't in a Flight, we were simply given two weeks processing and orientation and a chance to apply for a tech school. I ended up at the Air Police School at Parks AFB ( another basic training site) and stayed for several years as an instructor. Best Wishes to all. I hope to be able to drop in to the reunion in early Sept. Richard W Bourbon, LTC, USAFR
Richard W. Bourbon  Email:richard_b19046-at-Yahoo-dot-Com  Jenkintown, PA (USA)
Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 08:26:53
Loved your website.   As a homework assignment in my 8th grade Language Arts class I had to search for interesting websites that contained WWII information.  This was the best!!
Matthew Abbott  Email:cabbott-at-floyd-dot-edu   Silver Creek, GA  (USA)
Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 17:17:39
I am very proud to be from Pueblo, Colorado the Home of Hero's and also a graduate of Central High School the class of 2002 which is also know to be the School of Hero's. I was able to take a small part of the Centrals recognition ceremony, two Medal of Honor recipients graduated long ago from Central. I'll always respect and honor any man who served or died for our country.
Alexandra Montez  Email:jadeajm-at-holly.colostate-dot-edu  Pueblo, CO (USA)
Monday, March 17, 2003 at 22:16:22
ANGELO VITALONE SR. Email:vitalonesr-at-aol-dot-com  Glendora, NJ (USA)
Sunday, March 16, 2003 at 19:59:27
what a wonderful site thank you so much
kathy bearce  Email:kbearce-at-mchsi-dot-com  Elkton, KY (USA)
Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 21:37:29
What a nice site.  Just had a minute, but was very impressed.  How great this site is.  My son is in the Marines, stationed at Camp Pendelton, CA.  He was on the Mt. Vernon in 2002 and returned home Dec 2002.  He is scheduled to go back out August 03 on another ship.  My thoughts and prayers are will all our troops everywhere.  We must all pray for their safe return.  I can't wait to explore your site more.
Debi Cavanaugh  Email:cavhouse6460-at-msn-dot-com  Rochester Hills, MI  (USA)
Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 11:00:29
My maternal grandfather, Joseph F. Knight, won his Medal of Honor in the Indian Wars on 1 January,1891. I have his handwritten account of the action, as well as correspondence regarding the loss of the original medal by a superior officer and the subsequent replacement, other related papers, and a photo of the Medal and his gravesite.
 LC Adams  Email:lcancb-at-yahoo-dot-com  Crested Butte, CO  (USA)
Friday, March 14, 2003 at 12:07:38
This is a good web site i just wish you had more info on civilian life after WWI.  That is my research topic for my social studies class. Well keep up the good job.
anonymous  Houston, TX (USA)
Friday, March 14, 2003 at 10:35:09
I read the article in the Denver Post (12 Mar 2003). I served in the Army from Sep 1976 to Aug 1980.  I can recognize the medal.  while stationed at Fort Sill in 1977 I was on the honor guard at the internment of a recipient.  I was one of the pallbearers and assisted in the folding of the flag at the graveside. I have met several recipients and talked to one at a Veteran's memorial dedication in Springfield Mo.  My uncle, Tom Carson was head of the local V.A. hospital. The Denver Post made one error that I noticed. None of the recipients called themselves "winners" of the medal.  It is not a prize.  Be of good cheer.
Vincent Costanzi  Email:costanzi-at-peakpeak-dot-com  Fort Collins, CO  (USA)
Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 12:52:25
Great site, sent to me my another Korean War Veteran Geo. Anderson of Colo. Who was member of my platoon during the Korean war. Thank You from Item Company 31st Infantry Regiment Chosin Res., Veterans I will that the time to pass your site onto other veterans.....
Charles M. Bielecki  Email:cmb31stinf-at-aol-dot-com
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 20:23:41
to our best! a thank you for stepping up to the plate.
ozzie Starck  Email:sage1167-at-att-dot-net  Aurora, CO (USA)
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 17:25:07
I saw the article in the Denver Post today. Came right back to work and jumped on the site. It is a real good one. I am from Pueblo, was drafted June 26, 1969, and ended up in Viet Nam. Served in the Tropic Lighting (25th Inf Div, HHB) at Cu Chi, then stood down up to Duc Pho (via Chu Lai), then to Da Nang and finally at Fire Base Rawhide (Hill 65). Viet Nam veterans need to be treated with a lot more respect than we've gotten.
(SP5) Rick Allen  Email:rallen-at-totacc-dot-com  Centennial, CO (USA)
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 16:22:54
Thank you for your efforts in memorializing all these great American heroes!!  I have had the great privilege to know some of them and I can think of no better tribute than yours. I am a member of an organization which is searching for projects that we may support financially.  If someone would please contact me we can discuss ways  we could help support your website.  
Jack McKinney, CMSgt, USAF, Ret.  Email:thejlm1729-at-cs-dot-com  Colorado Springs, CO (USA)
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 14:52:00
Just read about your site in the Denver Post.  This is an excellent source of information, and also, for a great Navy story, visit  A few years ago I met one of the survivors, Mr. Paul Murphy, and this is a very powerful story.  God bless our Troops.  Ken Keller, USN 1982-1988 
ken keller  Email:kendkeller-at-hotmail-dot-com  Homepage:  Broomfield, CO (USA)
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 13:30:48
Thank You for doing what our government should have done years a go. Recognizing those who have protected our freedoms without asking "What's in it for me?" Keep up the fine work.
 Robert  H . "Bob" Banker  Email:Rubyent-at-aol-dot-com  Cheyenne, WY  (USA)
Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 11:43:19
Great web site- thanks for honoring our men and woman, its because of them that I"m able to write this. To me, there all Heroes. God bless America
mark shea  USA Retired  Email:sheamarkny-at-hot mail-dot-com  Ft. Leonard Wood, MO (USA)
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 21:53:17
Being raised in a military family (USAF) all things honoring our great country is a special love of mine. I just today found that Medal of Honor Hero, John H. Callahan is related to my great grandfather by marriage. Jacob Clay Skelton and John H. Callahan are both the sons of Nancy R. Miller Callahan. I am honored to have even the slightest of connections.
 Marva Bright Hanley  Email:JJHCRH-at-AOL-dot-COM  Orange, CA (USA)
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 18:29:17
To those who have gone before; thank you for setting the standard.  To those who currently serve; thank you for being there.  To those who will serve in the future; remember your heritage.  Strength and Honor.
Robert E. Hoffman, Capt./ Infantry  RVN 1966-67; 1969-70  Greenwater, WA (USA)
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 01:10:45
Patricia C. Olmstead, SGM
El Paso, TX (USA)
Monday, March 10, 2003 at 22:48:56
A pleasure to be privileged to sign this book
LeRoy Paulin  Email:leelynnpaulin-at-aol-dot-com  Grafton, WI (USA)
Monday, March 10, 2003 at 17:39:36
I was surprised to find a namesake with the Medal of Honor Herbert E Schonland.  Remarkable array of American heroes.
Brig Gen DF Schonland-Fourie, South African Army  Email:dffourie-at-mweb-dot-co-dot-za
Pretoria, Gauteng, (South Africa)
Monday, March 10, 2003 at 11:13:59
Just read an article written by Catherine Boudrow from Dayton about the history of the Blue and Gold Star Flags. It was a very interesting article. I can remember them being used in World War Two. I did not know about this web page until reading her article. It is very informative and more people should know of it.
Beulah Bloomfield  Email:Bloom3123-at-aol-dot-com  Springfield, OH (USA)
Sunday, March 09, 2003 at 10:09:42
What a wonderful site, befitting the memories of all who served to protect our freedom, god bless all.
Glynn Cooper  Email:glynn.c-at-virgin-dot-net  Derby, Derbys (UK)
Saturday, March 08, 2003 at 15:41:46
Found this site by accident but had to stay.  I'm glad I did because it was very educational.  I plan to pass it along to my shipmates and hold a "moment of silence" for the brave sailors and soldiers. Thank you!
Jacques Velez-Balay, HS1, USCG/AD  Email:jvelezbalay-at-cgctampa.uscg-dot-mil  Chesapeake, VA (USA)
Friday, March 07, 2003 at 18:38:56
It is such a privilege to have our country represented by fine young men and women who have answered the call for freedom and justice.  My prayers are with you that God's guiding hand will be upon those who make decisions effecting our freedom and the privilege we have being Americans.
 Thank you for your dedicated service to your/our country.
 Kay Johnston Email:dankayjo-at-owt-dot-com  Richland, WA (USA)
Thursday, March 06, 2003 at 16:02:51
I am the daughter of Eldred Lee Jones ,SFC US Army WW11. I do not know the exact year, but he got a Bronze Star.
Karen Lee (Jones) Bryant  Email:mawhee1-at-yahoo-dot-com  Paden, WV (USA)
Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 14:07:06
I think it is a great site to visit and it has all the info we needed in our classroom
Mrs. Abbaraxus' Class Tucson, AZ (USA)
Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 10:37:05
may god bless u vets and thank you for my freedom
john granville  Email:judojohn30-at-hotmail-dot-com  Selma, OR (USA)
Tuesday, March 04, 2003 at 19:29:41
This site helped me with my speech so such, keep the good work up. Thanks Alot!!
Daniel Barber  Email:FunnyMan152-at-hotmail-dot-com  Mukwonago, WI (USA)
Sunday, March 02, 2003 at 18:10:51
It's inspiring and interesting to read of the part McGoverns in American history, many fighting bravely for their country. From my research it appears many McGoverns emigrated to America, among other counteries, and played a significant part in those counteries. Something to be proud of.
 I enjoyed your site, learning more about America than I had previously known. Thank you.
Kieran McGovern  Email:kieranmc-at-btopenworld-dot-com  Colchester, Essex (UK)
Sunday, March 02, 2003 at 14:23:14
This is an extremely interesting site. I have read many many citations for the MOH and they are stories of incredible courage and fortitude. A country should be proud of its veterans, and I encourage that in my own, I have read all the citations of our Victoria Cross winners.  Good luck to all and keep up the good work..
Brian Seward North Vancouver, BC (Canada)
Saturday, March 01, 2003 at 14:37:10
Great site, keep up the great work. Semper Fi
Billy Lee Brown  Email: rawhid-at-tds-dot-net  Parsons, TN  (USA)
Friday, February 28, 2003 at 18:02:33
Looking for people I served with in RVN 103rd Eng Co. {cs} 67/69 longbien,phu-loy, bien-hoa air base Hope to hear from you. God Bless and keep you all Welcome Home..
Walter G. Packala  Email:waltster-at-frontier-dot-net  Aurira, MN (USA)
Friday, February 28, 2003 at 08:38:08
To all the troops that are fighting for our country: God Bless You and come home safe.
USMC Kyle Rager:  I love you baby and I will see you when you come home to me. ALWAYS & FOREVER YOUR BABY, REJEANI

Rejeani Roberts  Email:rejeani_roberts-at-hotmail-dot-com  Durant, OK (USA)
Friday, February 28, 2003 at 03:08:51
I'm back again for information to use in my book-in-progress about American military heroes...which I hope to finish in three months.  Thanks again for providing such a valuable site to America.  It's a great service.  My bestselling historical novels, always with heroes, can be found in our public libraries--free for your reading enjoyment.  The major ones are listed on my website: robertskimin-dot-com 
robert skimin  Email:rskimin-at-aol-dot-com  Homepage: www.robertskimin-dot-com  El Paso, TX (USA)
Friday, February 28, 2003 at 02:01:24
I was looking for a site where I could find names of the Silver Star recipients. My oldest brother was awarded the Silver and Bronze stars for service at Anzio in World War II. This is how I found this Web Site.
Leaneul A Parrotte  Email:leaneul-at-hotmail-dot-com  Plattsburgh, NY (USA)
Thursday, February 27, 2003 at 00:06:28
Your web site is awesome.  I enjoyed the visit back to WWll. I have a collection of WWll memorabilia and it includes an authentic "Mother's Flag", but of course, it is faded. My brother was a B-29 Bomber during the war and he was in the "Army-Air Corp"
I was especially impressed with the information on the Sullivans, as I have a scrapbook with a picture of her. All these items are in the Pulaski County Courthouse Museum and I give tours and really enjoy telling the history of that war. Thank you again for a wonderful web-site.
Margaret A. Scott  Email:mscott1108-at-earthlink-dot-net  Waynesville, MO (USA)
Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 22:08:23
I am very impressed with your site with direct links for writing to our government officials.
 I am the President of the American Legion Auxiliary, George A. Campbell Post #101 in Woburn, MA 01801.  We have just had a dedication breakfast for all the service men and women who are involved in the current war on terrorism.  Each family was given a Blue Star Banner to honor each member of their family.  A couple of families had four stars which gave me chills.  It is such an honor to be a part of the American Legion and participate in all their veterans services.
Diane E. LeBlanc  Email:dleblanc-at-medical-transcription-dot-com  Woburn, MA  (USA)
Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 15:13:14
I found your site because I was stealing money from honest people on ebay and the parent of the 10-year-old boy that I stole $45.00 hard earned dollars from invested a day to make me feel sorry for stealing from children.
 Dccacomp  Email:dccacomp-at-maine.rr-dot-com  State: ME  (USA)
Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 13:24:00
Would like to talk with fellow warriors from blackknights around quangtri or dongha province 1969 to 1970 Not many want to talk about those days I was in c troop 3/5 charlie co. Great page..More complete than any others.
Gene Blakely  Email:ril/csx-at-aol-dot-com  Oneonta, AL  (USA)
Monday, February 24, 2003 at 20:17:50
Your website is awesome. I spend hours on it and always go back to it. It should be required in all our schools. Too many young people have no idea of the sacrifices made by those who have gone before them. I have passed this on to many on my address list. Keep up the good work. I am  WW11 veteran of the UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINES. Erwin H. Michael
Erwin H. Michael  Email:honey-at-icss-dot-net  Belleville, IL (USA)
Monday, February 24, 2003 at 17:30:06


Hi my name is Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of K.C Thompson. The one who runs the big red one tent at kokomo. I'm 13 years old and I've seen and known you ever since I was a year old. I would like to tell you thanks, for what you have done for our country. My dad says hi. I like your page, and I hope to write to you again. and I hope to see you in kokomo.  I'll be at the big red one tent or around. GOD BLESS AMERICA, AND YOU. later little bit
lil-bit-11  Email:lil-bit-11-at-webtv-dot-net   Middletown, OH  (USA)
Monday, February 24, 2003 at 16:25:13
Heroes are very important. I will always love them. THANK YOU
Christopher  Email:topherbelljr-at-yahoo-dot-com  Orlando, FL  (USA)
Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 13:17:45
My thanks and compliments go out to you.  Helluva' job. I had family in the camps, including my Dad. Nice to see this stuff is not forgotten.
Leighton N. Honda  Email:lhonda-at-acad.suffolk-dot-edu  Boston, MA  (USA)
Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 02:16:05
Douglas Adams said: It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem. For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much - the wheel, New York, wars and so on - whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man - for precisely the same reasons.
Douglas Said  ITALY
Friday, February 21, 2003
As a retiree of the U.S. Army (1978-1998) I would like to say thank you to all who served before me and those who continue to serve today. I would feel proud and honored to serve again. I truly believe that this site along with several films and books should be required in our schools. There are too many people who don't understand why we have the freedom that we do. Thank you all for your sacrifice and bravery. Essayons
Michael Satterfield  Email:satterfm-at-yahoo-dot-com  Waynesville, MO  (USA)
Friday, February 21, 2003 at 06:59:28
I really like your web site. I think its good that you make a web page about heroes of our world. Love it.
chasity    Email: nascar_angel_48-at-yahoo-dot-com  North Carolina (USA)
Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 18:36:40
I consider it an honor to sign this guestbook. God Bless-Good Luck to all
our Veterans.
Acorn-Infantry Division--E.T.O.

Jim Hennessey  Email:ND-JimHennessey-at-webtv-dot-net  Bayonne, NJ (USA)
Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 14:38:48
My respect and admiration for all Medal of Honor recipients is based upon my short term in the USMC. To do the right thing at the right time for the right reason is what each MOH person did for our country. God Bless The United States Of America
Daniel Patrick Daly  San Francisco, CA  (USA)
Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 14:02:30
Great stuff. God bless our armed forces.
They are all heros.
Earl Dunn    Email:Dunnfarm-at-webtv-dot-net  Atkinson, NC  (USA)
Tuesday, February 18, 2003 at 21:33:17
Thanks US servicemen; please visit my website where I express my gratitude   http://europethnksusa.homestead-dot-com/
R. Ridel  Email:pjoverseasgroep-at-hotmail-dot-com  LI, Netherlands
Tuesday, February 18, 2003 at 15:25:27
To all who served and those who gave their all - God Bless!  This is a great site that honors great men and women!
Michael R. Gottschall (Major-USAF Retired)  Bellevue, NE  (USA)
Tuesday, February 18, 2003 at 08:05:20
CHRIS AUSTIN  Email:claustin-at-planetc-dot-com  Newport, TN  (USA)
Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 20:50:01
I find this site to be very inspirational as my father served in three wars. Naturally this site holds my interest and am proud to say that my father is a proud American and is now a US Army Veteran. 
Clif Garrett  Email:clif9199-at-quixnet-dot-net  San Antonio, TX (USA)
Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 14:56:55
Tonight I had the singular privilege of meeting a genuine American hero. I was blessed with the honor of being able to shake the hand of Sgt. Walter D. Ehlers at the California Rifle and Pistol Association banquet in Irvine, CA. Words cannot express the awesome and humbling experience it was to simply rub up next to a truly great man and thank him for his service to our country and to civilization
Don Rosen  Email:dlr4gl-at-yahoo-dot-com  Claremont, CA  (USA)
Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 01:45:18
This web site has helped me with school  assignments. Thank You.
Chelsea   Abilene, TX (USA)
Thursday, February 13, 2003 at 09:45:51
LORI LUJAN  Email:TONILO3-at-MSN-dot-com  Denver, CO (USA)
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 12:53:17
I am Judith Marie Baldwin.  Charles Baldwin is my great grandfather.  He served in the Navy during the Civil War and was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.  He was an ordinary man, was courageous in war and lived life as a hard working family man after the war working for a living during hard times.  I am proud of him, as I am my grandfather Randolph Baldwin and my father Joseph K. Baldwin, who were all ordinary men working for a living and taking care of their family.   
Judith Marie Baldwin  Email:Pezjude-at-cs-dot-com  Indian Head, MD (USA)
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 12:44:08
Joyce & William Preston  Baltimore, MD (USA)
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 07:59:21
"I will support and defend so help me God" As my Marine son gets deployed in 2 days, I am glad I was able to get this field pocket size book filled with words of encouragement to him. If you would like to get one to send to your son or daughter, I am listing the web site address. God is in control, and this former Marine trusts God to bring her son home safely. Be encouraged and keep looking up!
Tamara Edens  Email:Info-at-SoHelpMeGod.Org  Homepage: Info-at-SoHelpMeGod.Org
Columbia, SC (USA)
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 00:47:38
I came across this site when visiting a friend's site.
It makes you feel sad in a way but proud to say these guys are true heros (not fake tv heros).  More of this needs to be shown to our kids in schools. Thanks, Rick Leal
RICK LEAL  Email:RICKLEAL-at-SATX.RR-dot-com  San Antonio, TX  (USA)
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 00:08:34
Alan Phillip Walker  Email:aw.stockport-at-ntlworld-dot-com  Stockport, Cheshire (England)
Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at 01:53:13
God Bless you for such a wonderful site.   
Marine mom, Marine aunt, former USAF, daughter of Viet Nam KIA...
Catherine Boudrow  Email:catherine_boudrow_2510-at-msn-dot-com  
Homepage: http://groups.msn-dot-com/29PalmsSupport/homepage     Dayton, OH (USA
Monday, February 10, 2003 at 17:27:48
My dad Frank served with Company A 381st Engineer Combat Squadron in the Rhineland. His discharge papers state that he saw action in the battles of GO33&40 and WD45 Rhineland Central Europe.  His SN# is 35 915 796. He enlisted on Oct 4th 1943 and was discharged Feb.17th 1946.  His papers state that he earned the Amer.Thr.Ser.Med, Victory medal and EAME THR SER MED w/2bronze stars.  If there is anyone out there that knew my dad or knows about the battles or about the medals please email me at rprevere-at-adelphia-dot-net Thanks a lot.  RICH
Monday, February 10, 2003 at 15:48:52
Awesome site.  As a military family (mother in WW II, husband 22 years in National Guard, and son just deployed with his National Guard unit, I am impressed with the patriotism your site inspires.  God bless all our men and women during this crisis and a special prayer for our leaders who need God's guidance like never before.
Dorothy Wahl   Columbus, KS (USA)
Monday, February 10, 2003 at 10:15:44
My son is being deployed next week to some unknown place.  My prayers are with all sons and daughters fighting this war...
 Julie Cauley  Email:julkins64-at-juno-dot-com  Mcewen, TN  (USA)
Sunday, February 09, 2003 at 18:08:12
Floyd E. Stamper  Email:chrysimp51-at-yahoo-dot-com  Sardinia, OH  (USA)
Sunday, February 09, 2003 at 01:01:56
I am a Fire Fighter, Volunteer.... I have faced the 'Dragon'. I lost my Grandpa to soon... He instilled in me the belief that to give of ones self to save the lives of others is the thing that all GOOD men have to do, because it is there duty. To God Country and Man. His Name 'is' Allyn R. Erickson he served in Normandy he also served in the European Campaign as a waist gunner on a B17 and, I am sure things he would not talk of. I do miss him so........... To be a volunteer was his right, I know he did not wait to be drafted. I thank my Grandpa Al for fighting for his grandson ....This is on the Square Signed... A Traveling Man
Stephen L Rowlett  Email:sandysteve-at-cox-internet  Rogers, Arkansas (USA)
Friday, February 07, 2003 at 22:27:12
I stumbled across this site while surfing the web.  I stayed on and read some of the biographies of these great men.  While reading a few, I was emotionally moved by their courage, and I will continue to visit the site.  I have never had the honor to serve in our armed forces, but I sense a past-life connection with our American soldiers.  God bless our troops, and thank you!
Timothy Soran   Email:TSoranus-at-utah-inter-dot-net  Homepage: http://groups.msn-dot-com/magistersoranus
Salt Lake City, UT  (USA)
Wednesday, February 05, 2003 at 14:32:52
This site is sooooo cool. I even can use some of the facts in my english homework. Thanks guys it's very helpful.:)
svetlana  Email:sveta_20-at-excite-dot-com
Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 21:40:00
hi im sorry that this happened to u guys at these wars sorry
megan kearney  Burnsville, MN  (USA)
Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 17:10:34
I'm an Italian boy that only want to tell the American friends how much my Country is proud to be an ally of the U.S.A.
Everybody must remember the heroes that have given their lives for freedom and you are doing a great job! I salute you
Marco de Ghislanzoni    Email:ciccio96-at-hotmail-dot-com  Sannazzaro, ITALY
Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 15:14:42
I want to offer my deepest gratitude for those who have risked everything in defense of our great way of life. Thank You.
Gilbert Cisco Lopez  Email:gil-at-careeracademy-dot-com  Homepage: http://www.careeracademy-dot-com
Quincy, MA (USA)
Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 13:09:50
This is an amazing site to see and one that can bring tears to the beautiful sould of a patriot.  Our town is really feeling that now with alot of boys going into the service.  God Bless the USA our home of dreams!
Ashley  Email:bechard_ashley05-at-hotmail-dot-com  Beloit, KS  (USA)
Saturday, February 01, 2003 at 18:06:43
I agree that this is a great way to give tribute to those paid the ultimate sacrifice for our Republic! ex-USAF Cold War Veteran (1980-1986)
Kevin L. Jones  Email:klj853-at-cox-dot-net  Avondale, AZ (USA)
Friday, January 31, 2003 at 16:56:18
I am William L Kendall, designer of the Medal of Honor flag that was just recently signed into law by President Bush on 23 October 2002.  It was a project that I thought would never come true but it did happen.  I only hope that all living recipients of the Medal of Honor will now be presented with this flag. They are very special men of honor among us.
William L Kendall  Email:wkendall-at-netins-dot-net  Jefferson, IA (USA)
Thursday, January 30, 2003 at 08:26:17

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Very inspiring, and heart felt. I got choked up with a lump in my throat. I will be surfing this site from time to time and am sending it to my friends.  Great job.
Arnie Martin  Email:CMINTERIOR-at-TELESTREAM-dot-com  Sherwood, OR  (USA)
Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 15:59:28
Is there a public domain that allows one to check on a person who proclaims to be an ex Green Beret, officer and Viet Nam Vet. I have an acquaintance whom I suspect is a complete fake and tarnishes the reputation of the people who really did contribute during the Viet Nam Crises. If he is real, fine. If he his a fake, I think he should be called on it.
Thanks for your help.
Bill Myers  Email:bmyers-at-fergusonbeauregard-dot-com  Hide-A-Way Lake, TX (USA)
Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 14:02:37
RICKEY TALMADGE  Email:RICKEY3577-at-AOL-dot-com Shreveport, LA (USA)
Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 06:16:34
I just found this website in the American Legion magazine and have only started to explore it. What I've seen is GREAT!! VERY well done and a wonderful tribute to some of the men and women who are the reason we enjoy freedom today.                                            
Robert Swanson  Email:nodes-at-eot-dot-com  Akeley, MN (USA)
Tuesday, January 28, 2003 at 17:29:40
Truly a great site.  B CO. 1/20 11th.inf DUC PHO,LZ LIZ
(Sgt) Alva Curtis  Email:agcurtis-at-prodigy-dot-net  Jackson, MI (USA)
Monday, January 27, 2003 at 18:52:09
Great website keep up the good articles I liked the one on John Finn he is a friend of mine
Jack Stecker  Email:chiefboats 77-at-aol-dot-com  Wilmington, CA  (USA)
Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 10:19:53
Searching for information, other than his MOH Citation and the Ohio Roster, on the above naval hero. His wife, children, where he lived after the war. I believe he left Ohio
Herb Parkinson  Email:tashby61-at-wmconnect-dot-com  Buffalo, OH  (USA)
Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 19:31:19
Great site, keep up the good work
Rich Dobbyn  A/2c 6200 th APron APO74 {Clark AFB}San Francisco Calf.
Rich Dobbyn  Email:pbobbyn-at-netzero-dot-com  New Boston, NH  (USA)
Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 15:08:26
Thank you for such a beautiful website.  I am the mother of a 22 year old son, who is now serving the Army.  He has been deployed today.  This is something that I never thought would have to worry about, as did many other mothers.  I pray every day and night that he is brought back safe.  I will be flying the Mothers flag with PRIDE.
Jane Sullivan  Email:humanseine-at-netzero-dot-com  Festus, MO  (USA)
Monday, January 20, 2003 at 17:36:28
U.S.Army 1969-1975 Vietnam 1970-1972 God bless our troops heading over seas.
Edward S. Grager  Email:eddy51-at-pennswoods-dot-net  Tipton, PA  (USA)
Monday, January 20, 2003 at 00:55:09
Great site!!! It is very helpful to my research.
William Parker  Email:madmaxus-at-yahoo-dot-com  Euless, TX  (USA)
Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 22:50:18
Adding Medal of Honor Recipient gravesite photos is a great idea.
My passion is to research and photograph MOHR's gravesites and knowing ahead of time what you are looking for is a real time saver, particularly in very old cemeteries. Through 2002 I have visited over 1900 sites.
Don Morfe  Email:JMorfe6328-at-aol-dot-com  Baltimore, MD  (USA)
Thursday, January 16, 2003 at 22:40:17
Just a great site!! What a tremendous tool for those who are rearching American Heroes! Just found it today but I'll be searching again and again.
Herb Parkinson   Email:TAshby-at-wmconnect-dot-com  Buffalo, OH  (USA)
Wednesday, January 15, 2003 at 14:43:21
Today's teenage generation seems to have few role models.  Hopefully, this Web site will help fix that oversight and inspire more people to consider joining the military.
Douglas A. Gunn, TSgt, USAF  Email:ssgtgunn-at-concentric-dot-net  Travis AFB, CA  (USA)
Wednesday, January 15, 2003 at 12:44:10
USMC 1966 - 1970; Vietnam 1966 - 1967
Michael F. Levanduski  Email:mlevanduski3-at-cox-dot-net  Montgomery, AL  (USA)
Wednesday, January 15, 2003 at 09:18:43
JUDY MARSHALL  Email:wjmarshall46-at-hotmail-dot-com  Indianapolis, IN  (USA)
Monday, January 13, 2003 at 15:46:21
My father was a veteran of the Italian campaign, serving in a combat engineer unit that maintained roads and airfields.  I learned stories of the 442nd from him, and from the reading I have done since.  As a high school history teacher, I admire the work and effort you have put into creating and maintaining this website.  One of my students is doing a National History Day exhibit on the 442nd and will find this page very useful.
 Thank you again. Go for Broke!

 R.E. Potter, Jr.   Email:potter51-at-eelanet-dot-com  Wilmington, DE (USA)
Monday, January 13, 2003 at 09:46:40
Fine site---A very thoughtful way to honor our heroes---I am a Dayton, Oh resident, and served in Europe in WW II
Stan Curl  Email:Clock19-at-Webtv-dot-net  Dayton, OH  (USA)
Sunday, January 12, 2003 at 00:01:37
I am a jr. high student and when the movie "Pearl Harbor" came out on video, I was inspired. I want to join the navy and become a nurse. I was wondering if you have something I could look up on the names of the unsung heroes. Thank you.
Stephanie Wooley    Liberty, IN (USA)
Saturday, January 11, 2003 at 21:28:15
My grandfather was in ww1 but I have nothing about him I would like to know more about him and where he was in that war. His name was Ottway taylor and he was from Ohio county ky
Steve Neal  Email:doubletime666-at-msn-dot-com  Owensboro, KY (USA)
Friday, January 10, 2003 at 02:06:35
A very fine site - congratulations! Frank James Morgan was at Pearl Harbor and there is a tribute to him at http://www.CaroleEstrup-dot-com/frankjamesmorgan.html  
Jansen Estrup  Email:janestrup-at-yahoo-dot-com  Homepage: www.CaroleEstrup-dot-com  CA (USA)
Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 14:08:25
Great site you have to Honor all of our Brave! Keep up the good work. God Bless all who serve!
Robert A Garcia  Email:moleface10-at-aol-dot-com  Rio Rancho, NM  (USA)
Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 00:16:28
This is a very good page!!~  I loved it!~
Ralph Stidham  Big Stone Gap, VA  (USA)
Monday, January 06, 2003 at 15:08:30
My name is Erin and I am currently a high school student enrolled in a Vietnam War history elective.  Recently, I have been assigned a research project that looks into the American soldier's experience in post-Vietnam War America.  
    The information I seek deals specifically with the soldier's story following the war.  I am interested in interviewing via-email any Vietnam veteran regarding this topic. 
    Although this project is mandated, I find this topic to be extremely interesting. I am looking forward to understanding a part of American history I find so important. 
    Any information would be helpful.  Thank-you. 

Erin                Email:airee925-at-hotmail-dot-com  - New York (USA)
Monday, January 06, 2003 at 08:44:21

I think this is a very interesting website and congratulate the men who won this award. At one time, I was in the same outfit as Carlos Ogden when he first entered the service. Co. D, 110th Inf. 28th Div.. I often wondered what happened to him. Thanks again for this site.
John D. Knappenberger  Email:JDKSAK0967-at-AOL-dot-com  Orlando, FL  (USA)
Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 19:17:01
My uncle served in the war through Dec. 4, 1942 October 20,1945 he was a cannoneer in the army his name is Jasper Ellis Nelson he died almost two years ago. Also my brother served in Vietnam he also has past away. I have deep most respect for our people who fought for our country and others. We as civilians do not know the struggles and horrors they had to endure. God Bless all of our service people who died and those who survive.
Dolores Williams  Email:dolores-at-yadtel-dot-net   Boonville, NC  (USA)
Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 17:08:24
Thanks to everyone for all they have given to protect our rights.  As a female paramedic I know that our freedom is there.  Keep up all the hard work and remember that you are in all of our prayers.  Thanks again.
Jeni   Email:littlejeni1-at-yahoo-dot-com
Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 15:37:59
Thank you for the recognition bestowed on our Veterans. Your site is both inspirational and educational and should be required reading in Public Schools. Keep up the great work!
Rolando s. Lopez   Email:lsrrl-at-stx.rr-dot-com   Homepage: www.incdef-dot-com  Laredo, TX (USA)
Saturday, January 04, 2003 at 20:30:50
I served as Tank Commander in Tank Company, 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division.  My crew and I manned a Marine roadblock the first night we arrive at Hagaru-ri.  I recall hearing several shots from a carbine, during the night.  Later on a Marine apologized to his platoon leader for using more than one bullet to make  kill.  I offered the use of my bow gun, a 30-caliber machine gun, to the marine for use during the night.  Next morning the bow gun was returned, but none of 10 boxes of 30-cal. ammo was returned.  We chauffeured several Marines to Hungnam on the back of my tank. Being good Marines they scrounged all the rations we were carrying.  
     Later on, during another campaign, we were laid up ad and Army Ordnance Depot to have the clutch replaced in the tank.  The ordnance people were in no hurry since the believed out tank was added security.  One afternoon a Marine walked into our tent asking "Where is the crew of 'Terry My Boy'?"  We raised our hands to acknowledge our connection to the tank.  He walked over to us and handed me a bottle of Seagram's VO.  He said it was small thanks for the ride we gave him from Hagaru to the coast.
Edward L. Parsons  Email:elparsons-at-att-dot-net  (USA)
Saturday, January 04, 2003 at 15:08:02
God Bless all of You for your strength and courage to go on. We love you and keep safe and be your self, the way God intended it to be.  Always in our hearts.
Sarah   Email:trini234u2nv-at-aol-dot-com  Warminster, PA  (USA)
Friday, January 03, 2003 at 07:55:18
This is awesome.  Thank you for all of your work in having this presentation.  I am new to this site and am excited to have access to it.  And thank you to all the service men and women who have given themselves to our great country.
Terry Gleason  Email:gleas6-at-juno-dot-com  Albany, OR  (USA)
Friday, January 03, 2003 at 02:35:29
I have been blessed to be in the company of such brave men and women.  Thank you for the opportunity to lengthen my prayers.
 Sue Bisher  Email:sabisher-at-excite-dot-com  Kingsland, TX (USA)
Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 19:25:06
Served USMC 1966-1968 Platoon 315 MCRD San Diego A co 5th tanks 3rd Platoon  Dong Ha Viet Nam attached to 3rd tanks then Security Batt Barstow Ca
Russell Greathouse  Email:greatlakesbenefits-at-juno-dot-com  Stow, OH (USA)
Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 21:41:42
All the Presidential Inaugural Addresses are great! It was just want I was looking for.
Steven Orbach    Holmdel, NJ  (USA)
Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 13:41:32
I am 63 today and have never served in the Armed Forces of our country, but I have the greatest respect and appreciation for those who did and admiration for those special patriots awarded the Medal of Honor and other symbols of bravery and selfless dedication in defending our great Republic and way of life. I salute you.
C. R. Dick Saulsbury  Email:dick_saulsbury-at-si-tx-dot-com  Odessa, TX (USA)
Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 10:51:03
I proudly served 21 years in the Army. This site is great and does a wonderful job in telling the stories of our Medal Of Honor winners. I will recommend it to all my friends to tour. Thank you for you hard work and dedication.
Thomas G. Loper   Email:tloper-at-oz-online-dot-net  Junction City, KS  (USA)
Monday, December 30, 2002 at 14:10:11
Enjoyed your guest book . God Bless You All !
Eugene E.  ( Gene ) Kreutzman    T/Sgt    U.S.A.F. Ret. Email:genekreutzman-at-juno-dot-com
Acworth, GA  (USA)
Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 14:35:38
Merry Christmas from the Kitchen Table Gang!   We hope your Christmas season is full of cheer, and that 2003 is your very best year!  God Bless!  
Charles Taliaferro
Homepage:  Lemoore (NAS), CA  (USA)
Wednesday, December 25, 2002 at 11:59:27
I'm looking for William M (Mitch) Bradley. He served in Korea, stationed in the navy in San Diego, ca in 1953. Good friend and a hero. Any info would be greatly appreciated tnx..
Raymond Durant  Email: duranraymond-at-hotmail-dot-com  Anchorage, AK (USA)
Wednesday, December 25, 2002 at 03:13:52
I think this is a very honorable web site. The visit was by searching for information about my father. Marine Pvt Petro Melzoni. Who fought in the Pacific. He was a Navy Cross winner. He passed away July 7 2000. I did not see any info on Navy Cross, but it was great to view all the other information. Great Job.
Phyllis Maples  Email:pjmaples-at-hotmail-dot-com  Wabash, IN (USA)
Saturday, December 21, 2002 at 17:59:34
I am looking for anyone that served in the456th anti Arty (Automatic Weapons) Battalion with Manuel Perry.  Manny was killed on September 5, 1944 and is buried in  Epinal, France.  Thank You
Sally Nelson  Email:candymis-at-hotmail-dot-com  Mansfield, MA (USA)
Friday, December 20, 2002 at 11:48:32

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