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May 27, 2013 - 34 went

Flags at Arlington National Cemetery

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Added by Nathan M.
on May 27, 2013.


  • Crystal V.

    This is the young man and his mother whom I met on my first trip to section 60. He story inspired me to start the FB page in honor of all the young men and women who have fallen.

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  • Debra M.

    very cool :) and Nathan found it..

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  • Nathan M.

    I spoke with her for a while today, such a chilling story, he was her only son and his dream was to be infantry. She wasn't home the day he died so they found her in the hotel she was staying at in Wyoming to deliver the news...

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  • Crystal V.

    I didn't know about how she received the news. I know it was his dream and that he felt every able bodied person should serve his/her country. He also wanted to come back and go to school in CA with dreams of being the next Jet Li as he was very much into martial arts. He and his fellow soldiers made kung fu videos while over in Afghanistan. Such a heart wrenching story and one that reigns true for so many. That is why I started the FB page May We Never Forget to give family and friends a place to tell who their loved one was. They were so much more than just soldiers and I want to make sure people don't forget that.

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  • A former member

    Very touching. It's horrid how many people have died for their country over all the years. It's good to honor them.

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