Stephanie Montgomery of Atlanta, Georgia, lies on the ground while visiting her brother's grave, Army Staff Sgt. Thaddeus Montgomery, 29, in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on May 28, 2012. Sgt. Montgomery died January 20 at Korengal Outpost, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

The Living and the Dead 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.

My name is Melissa Jarboe, Im the widow of SSG Jamie Jarboe, who was shot in the Zhari District of Afghanistan on April 10, 2011. We were able to spend 11 more months in seven different hospitals as husband & wife, he endured 120 surgeries & surgical procedures, he died 19 times before he took his final breath on March 21, 2012, one of his final wishes was simple.. "Take care of my soldiers" he whispered a few days before he died.

To those who sacrifice their whole world...Thank You.

U.S. Marine Cpl. Miroslav Kazimir stands up with the help of his wife Marcela while visiting a grave at the National Cemetery on Memorial Day on May 28, 2012 in Arlington, Virginia. He had come to visit the grave of Marine Sgt. Sean Callahan who died in an IED attack in Afghanistan in April, 2011, the same attack that severely damaged both of Zazimir’s legs. He is currently undergoing long-term therapy at the military hospital in Bethesda, MD.

Sgt Dan Kryst kisses his brother’s boots during a memorial service for Capt. Kevin M. Kryst who was killed on December 18 conducting combat operations in Al Anbar province of Iraq, on January 12, 2007 at Camp Pendleton, California.

In a year of celebrating Memories at Disney Parks, some just have a way of stopping your heart. Disney’s PhotoPass photographers recently captured this photo at the daily Flag Retreat ceremony at Magic Kingdom Park, of wounded veteran and two-time Purple Heart recipient, Army Sgt. Cesar Sanchez from Miami, Fla. Although still recovering from his injuries overseas, Sgt. Sanchez insisted on leaving his electric wheelchair to walk the flag down Main Street, U.S.A., saying “If it’s for the color...

U.S. Marines with Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment (2/1), Regimental Combat Team 1, and Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers cross a makeshift bridge during Operation Godfather in Durzay, Afghanistan, Jan. 14, 2011.

USMC Sgt Christopher Jacobs last words to his wife were, "Sweet Dreams and I Love You Guys”. Never forget the cost of freedom. God Bless the Marines the Serve this Great Country and leave behind families that will continue to serve ... God Bless Military Wives!

“The No. 1 question I get is if I knew today what was going to happen, would I do it again?” Coleman said. “It’s important for people to know that I’d do it again to keep America safe from terrorists." Share with all of America this true American Patriot. We salute you SGT Coleman and wish you a strong recovery :) This is a true Heroine!

Heartwarming Photo of Wife Carrying Double-Amputee Marine Husband Goes Viral - Jesse, 28, lost both of his legs in Afghanistan in 2009 after stepping on an IED, which was all caught on video by a fellow marine wearing a helmet camera. The footage was even used in a documentary about Jesse called "Coming Home." 08/27/13

Capt. Dana Lyon's lies next to her husband's, Capt. David Lyon) coffin during transport back to the states from Afghanistan. The Air Force named the service's newest pre-positioning vessel after Capt. David Lyon, who died Dec. 27, 2013, in Kabul, Afghanistan, when a vehicle-born improvised explosive device was detonated near his convoy. (Courtesy photo)

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U.S. Army Ranger Cpl. Josh Hargis was lying on a hospital bed in Afghanistan, hooked up to a breathing tube with his right hand heavily bandaged when he was awarded a Purple Heart for his valor in the battlefield.None of that, however, stopped Hargis, 24, from following military protocol and lifting his bandaged hand to salute the Ranger Regimental Commander who pinned the Purple Heart to his red, white and blue blanket.

U.S. Marine Surprises His Brother During University of Illinois Basketball Practice

A U.S. Army medic of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff medevac checks an injured Afghan National Army soldier suffering from a gunshot wound, as he is transported in by helicopter in Logar province, eastern Afghanistan, May 16, 2012. (Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)

Retired 1st Marine Division Gunnery Sgt. Tom Mazzarella, of Norwich, pays his respects to the American flag during a Flag Day ceremony at Davis Park in Danielson. Mazzarella served 23 years in the Marine Corps through World War II and Korea. He passed away on July 30, 2012 at the age of 91.


Boots for each fallen hero during the Afhganistan/Iraq war

#USMC #military #veterans This was posted as "Helping Terrorism around the world" but in my opinion going over to Afghanistan is Terrorism and anyone in Afghanistan probably sees it like that as well. - Post Jobs and Become a Sponsor at