HeartsApart.org provides our soon-to-be deployed servicemen and women with pictures of their spouses and children. The photographs are printed on waterproof and durable bi-folded cards, which fit securely in their uniform pocket.
Yossef Gutfreund, an Israeli wrestling referee at the 1972 Munich Olympics, fought off the Islamic terrorists long enough for a team mate to escape. Yossef, with 10 other Jewish team mates, was later murdered.
Lt. Charles Bailey, Sr., one of seven brothers who distinguished themselves in WWI and Korea. Click link for all brothers' stories. Charles was the first black aviator from Florida to become a Tuskegee Airman. He is credited with shooting down two Focke-Wulf-190 German fighter planes in “Josephine,” a P-40 Warhawk named for his mother, and later in “My Buddy,” a P-51 Mustang named for his dad.