Thank you. For your service and for being a great big brother. You are a real life super hero. I love you Big brother.
My Father in law who served in Vietnam for the United States Army. A great man who I am so glad to have in my life and always puts others before himself.
My Dad. Shot down twice in Vietnam, MIA, and the most awesome man I have ever known. If I could be half the man he is I would have a great life
Thank you so much for your service in the Marine Corp from your brother-in-law Bill. We lost you at the way too young age of 18 in Khe Sanh, Vietnam. You will not be forgotten.
Joseph Thomas Ulibarri
Joseph Thomas Ulibarri was proud to have served in the Army as a Master Sergeant, 2nd Division 38th Infantry Regiment Company H. He was a heavy machine gunner throughout World War II and the European Theatre. He was a recipient of the Purple Heart with 3 clusters, the Bronze Star, The Rock of Marne, European-African-MiddleEastern Theatre Service Medal, American Defense Service, 3 Overseas Bars, 4Discharge Emblems, Distiguished Service Badge, and many many more. While in the Army he fought at Hill 92, Battle of Normandy, Battle for Brest, and The Battle of The Buldge. His military campaigns included, Rhineland, Normandy, Northern France, and Ardennes. THANK YOU for your service, courage and sacrifice Grandpa. Miss you and love you! ❤️🇺🇸
Stsgt Air Force served Korea and Vietnam A wonderful man father and served our country and God loved all we miss you
Lived to 80 a loss to us but, always in our hearts
Allen and Deborah
Sgt. Arthur Engler
Seargent Arthur Engler, 95 yr. old native of Boise,ID served in the 79 th infantry in World War II. Arthur landed on Omaha Beach during the Normandy invasion and fought through France and into Germany til the war’s end. His family honors him.
My Dad. Served in U.S. Army, W.W. II. Colorado native. Rests in Ft. Logan National Cemetary. As a U.S. Navy veteran , I love you and thank you for serving the BEST NATION in the history of the world and being the BEST FATHER ever!!
Mervyn M. Martin – Pearl Harbor Survivor
My dad died 4 years ago at the age of 92. He was in the Navy serving on the Submarine Base at Pearl Harbor when it was bombed on Dec. 7, 1941. He was our hero and we still miss him terribly. Love you, Dad!
Howard R Lobato
Thank you dad for your service. You served four tours in Vietnam. Three purple hearts one silver star & two bronze stars. You re greatly missed. 1949-1996.
My friend and mate who boarded every ship with me in the Gulf and in life. Thanks brother!
SGT Louis David Garcia
My dad was a proud American and was going to be on a honor flight this September but unfortunately the lord took him home instead. Happy Birthday dad and thank you for your service I miss you everyday.
So proud of our son, Matthew, serving in the Marines and now home continuing his education to get his degree in civil engineering. Semper Fi!
Army, Air Force,Navy, Marines, Coast Guard
* Salute *
Who gives me the right to write what I write
Who answers a country in need
Who are the ones that keep watch overnight
Who are these soldiers indeed
Who jumps at the chance to defend how we live
Who’s first to charge into the fray
Who gives their all until no more to give
Who’s risking their life for a way
Who cares for those that return without limb
Who wins when the budget reverts
Who’s bills go unpaid when benefits trim
Who’s getting what congress diverts
Who marches on while it could be the end
Who’s families sustain them with love
Who throws themselves in the way for a friend
Who’s God watches them from above
Jerry Carico United States Army
You are truly an Army of one. You have not only been my Big brother but you are also my HERO. Thank you for you service.
SPC Lance Heaps
Thank you for putting it on the line in OIF 09-10! Let it also be said the only thing you love more than the Broncos is this country.
My father in law passed away last July at 98, A real world war 2 hero landed at Utah beach and fought 525 days in combat, Not many ww2 vets left. a true American hero that fought for our freedom.
SGM Jose Rico Gasca USMC Ret.
To all those who know him as Joe or Rico I want to give a shout out to someone I look up to in War or in Peace This man will get it done! “Semper Fi” Sincerely, SP4 Rick Rothmeyer USA
USMC Blue Angel Captain Jeff Kuss
USMC Blue Angel Captain Jeff Kuss passed June 2nd, 2016 in a flight training accident. From Durango, CO. Left behind his Wife Christina and two children Calvin, 4, and Sloane, 1. Thank you for your service to our country and sacrificing your life to prevent your jet from crashing into …
Srgt. Daryl Johnson
Thank you for being a role model and an Uncle! Thank you for serving our country!
Mariah Shaner, Brianna Holding, Amber Reichert
I would like to tell My 3 daughters – & their men …Thank you for all that you do to keep this country safe. You are my strength & endurance . So proud to be your momma… I love you … Stay safe , strong & Proud
My father served 20 years in the Air Force and served in the Vietnam War. He has been gone 20 years this year, but never forgotten. Love you Dad!!!!!!
Colonel Benjamin McMullen
Would like to take this time to honor my brother who just retired from the Air Force after 30yrs. You rock big brother!
HT1 (SW/AW) Nicholas Humbert
Nicholas, thank you so much for your service!! We love you!! Go Navy!
Specialist Matthew Trio
I love you so much….we are halfway through this deployment. I am so very proud of you and everything that you do for our family and this country.
All Military Personnel
Each and every one of you are so valuable, not only to your service, citizen’s but to your FAMILY AND FRIENDS. Thank you for all your time, service, commitment and selflessness.
Thank you so much for serving our country. God bless and I love you babe!
MAA2 Jerome Garcia
Thank you for your service to this great country! This Navy Mom is always proud of your accomplishments in the US Navy. You have given me so much happiness. Stay safe know that we are praying for you and fellow shipmates as you get ready for your deployment.