A young woman lies on the grave of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Noah Pier on Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery on May 31 in Arlington, Va. Pier was killed February 12 in Marja, Afghanistan. Heroes, Photos Gallery, Afghanistan, Veterans Day, Young Women, My Heart, Memories 11/9, Military Photos, Memories Day
10 Afghanistan - 3 October 2008 On Oct. 3, 2008, U.S. Marine Corporal Joel McWharter, squad leader, 2d Platoon, Company F, 2/7, conducts a security patrol through the local area of Musa Qal’eh, Afghanistan. Second Battalion, Seventh Marine Regiment, based out of Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., is a reinforced light infantry battalion deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (Official U.S. Marine Corps image by Cpl Cory A. Tepfenhart)
Marine Lance Cpl. Brandon Long, who was injured losing both legs while serving in Afghanistan, mourns at Arlington National Cemetery as American flags are placed in front of each headstone in preparation for Memorial Day, in Arlington, Virginia, on Thursday, May 26, 2011.
Afghanistan (2,000 of our Troops have lost their lives in Obama's Afghanistan.)-Don't be FOOLED by his NO BOOTS ON THE GROUND rhetoric. (Ask yourself HOW MANY PROMISES has he BROKEN?) Now Kerry made deal w/Afgan Pres. for 10 yrs of troops (75,000 of our young men).
Shaking hands by U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), via Flickr A U.S. Marine stops to shake hands with a young girl while on patrol in Marjah, Afghanistan
Wyatt McCain,8,from Alaska,looks at his father's grave@ National Cemetery on Memorial Day 2012, Arlington,Va.His dad, ArmySFC J. McCain,was killed by a bomb in Afghanistan 11-11.Wyatt came w/his mother&3 sisters to take part in a TAPS"Good Grief Camp".5 hundred military children,many of whom had a parent killed in the Afghan wars,attended the annual camp in Arlington,VA camp helped them learn coping skills relationships so they know they are not alone in their grief.
Modern Medicine and War - William "Kyle" Carpenter lost most of his jaw and an eye when he fell on a grenade to shield a fellow Marine from the blast. His body shattered, one lung collapsed, the Marine lance corporal was nearly given up for dead after that 2010 Afghanistan firefight. Then he spent 2½ years in a hospital as doctors worked to rebuild his body
Zayne Bartol, 4, couldn't understand why other graves didn't have as many flowers as his great-grandfather's. That's why he decided to put 150 single roses on empty headstones on Memorial Day at the Fort Meade National Cemetery near Sturgis. Awwwwww