U.S. CASUALTIES AS OF 05/24/10: 4,393
THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN CAN BE VIEWED BY CLICKING ON THE
APPROPRIATE YEAR FROM THE LIST BELOW.

fathers and grandfathers. They gave up everything for
their country... for us. All we can do is remember.”
-
Ronald Regan, 40th President of the United States

Each of them gave so much yet we do so very little to
honor their sacrifice. You don't have to be for or
against the war in Iraq, or any other location on this
great earth to be in support of our troops. One fact
remains certain, ignoring our troops will not make the
war go away. It will only make life more difficult for
those who serve and their families who care for them.

Like it or not, if you are an American citizen, the
freedom you so enjoy today was bought and paid for
by the actions of those who served and with the lives
of those who died in the service of our great nation.
Always be mindful that your freedom is not a right, it is
a privilege, a gift for you to enjoy.

One of the greatest tributes we can give these heroes
is to proudly display the American Flag in our homes.
Please thank them by flying a flag today.

The purpose of the display is to honor our fallen service men and women who have given their lives in
service to our country in Iraq. Each flag on display represents one fallen soldier.