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Memorial Day

Blessings to all our Fallen Soldiers families and their friends

As we take a moment to remember all our U.S. Soldiers who willingly decided to protect this great country and give their family and generations to follow, a home & country to live in peace & protected from the foreign selfish and cruel rulers that hold others souls and lives with a pen a gun and their need to claim all that our G_d has given to all freely. We honor you.

To all the mothers and fathers that have lost their children to protect us we honor you and pray for peace and rest in your hearts.

To all friends and loved ones that have lost their companions in service to this great country we pray blessings upon you & ask you spread the word of what it means to you, to have had known someone so great in your life that they laid their life unselfishly at the feet of G_d.

Let Memorial Day's significance be taught to our children as they should not only pass its meaning to their friends but understand their home and their bed are places of safety because our fallen men and women that served in our military.

Tonight before we close our eyes to start a new tomorrow, look up to the sky and say thank you to all our soldiers.

Blessings to all.
 

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Free resources for military records online

Take a minute to learn more about the members of your family who served. The National Archives offers many amazing resources to learn about our armed forces.

The Archives' site allows you to request a family member's service records. You can use its Web form or download and print the necessary documents. These are usually used to request veterans' benefits, but are a fantastic way to memorialize a veteran in your family.

The records facility did experience a massive fire a few decades ago - it lost thousands of records. So it might take a while to piece together the documents you want.

It also could be a little difficult to find the exact documents you need. Luckily, the site gives you useful tips and walkthroughs on how to search.

Medals are a symbol of pride and honor in our military. Sadly, these can be lost or begin to show their age over time. The National Archives will send you new medals to commemorate your loved one's service.

For veterans themselves and next-of-kin, medals are issued at no charge. Army and Air Force veterans can request medals online, but Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard veterans will need to mail the request to the Archives.


Order service records online: Veterans' Service Records
Replacement medals: Replace Veterans' Medals, Awards, and Decorations
Military Research: Online Veterans and Military Documents


*The source of this information was obtained from: The Kim Komando Show
 
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