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November 11, 2005
Thank God for James and all the other brave men and women in uniform willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Our debt of gratitude knows no limit.
October 19, 2005
It seems like just yesterday... "Jamers", Marty and I were in that overgrown creek bed behind our house making our own "ARMY MOVIE". The two of them dressed head to toe in olive drab & jungle camo, and me armed w/ the video camera. As we made our way down the block through the creek bed which to us had become the jungles of Vietnam. Amazing after 17 years the "ARMY MOVIE" still exists. HOW it was never erased or recordered over we'll never know. But I know now WHY it never happened. This childs play video has now become something priceless and carries with it so much more than was ever intended by two 8 year old little boys and their 12 year old director.
September 09, 2005
June 24, 2005
Thank you for your selfless sacrifice for the freedom of others. I am humbled and profoundly grateful for your service. May God bless your family and bring them peace and comfort at this time.
June 16, 2005
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Gary Moore, Ms. Darlene Moore, and Melissa,

May I offer my condolences to you all upon the passing of your American hero son and brother, James, in Iraq in late January.

Please know that other Americans share in your loss and are concerned. It is my prayer that God may continue to grant you all an extra measure of peace, comfort, and strength during this difficult time.

May James' legacy of bravery and devotion to our country and its safety be a source of pride to your family, an inspiration to his peers, and forever remembered by a grateful nation!

Sincerely, with deepest sympathy,
May 17, 2005
James moore was my true marine. when i learned of his death my heart felt like it broke into a billion piece and noone could ever but it back except him.
I LOVE YOU JAMES
May 17, 2005
JAMES AND I WERE TOGETHER FOR ABOUT 8 MONTHS. I LOVED HIM SO VERY MUCH. AND I MISS HIM SO VERY MUCH. HE IS MY TURE MARINE
March 26, 2005
Hi my name is Karen. I never met James in person,but I talked with him all the time on the phone. Friends of mine were stationed in Hawaii with him. It is funny but I actually met him on yahoo messenger(Marinebygod24), but we later found out that some guys I knew from school were stationed with him. I have a brother in the military so I decided to go into the military rooms to give the guys and girls a little support, and there he was. We started chatting and then one day he called me. He called me from Iraq one time in early January to tell me that when he got home he was coming to Ga to see me, I told him that I could not wait. I did not here from him for a while then I was at school and got on the CNN website and my last name is Miller so out of habit I went staight to the M's. I cried all the way home. He was such a great friend. My heart bleeds for the family and loved ones that knew James. I think of him all the time and could not wait for the visit that I am still waiting for when I get to heaven to see him. Although, I never physically seen or touched James, he touched my heart though our conversations. My family and I send our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Cpl James L. Moore. James, Semper Fi and OOHRAH!!!! LOVE U!
February 27, 2005
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of James. I did not know him personally, however I feel as if I lost part my extended family. My daughter's fiancee, Lcpl. Fred Maciel was on the chopper with James. Times like these make us so profoundly sad...yet so profoundly proud. We lost so much on January 26, 2005 and I know that the emptiness will be with us for a long time to come. However please take comfort in knowing that your family is in our prayers everyday. Our loved ones are heros and I personally find solice in knowing that they are in a better place. May God bless your family and may you find peace in knowing that someday you will be reunited with James.

With much love and saddness,

Pat Hommel
February 04, 2005
With loving thoughts and prayers.
John, Mary Ann and Sara Wheeland
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