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January 17, 2022

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August 10, 2018
May you find peace in whatever comes after
May 28, 2018
A good friend of mine, who made a life out of service to her country, gave me a KIA memorial bracelet in 2011. I've worn it continuously since that day and I treasure it as a reminder of the sacrifice others have made on my behalf. It helps me to be thankful for the days I have, especially the most difficult days."SGT Bradley S Crose, USA Ranger. 1/75 1ST BN. Died in service to all of us on March 4, 2002 in Afghanistan."I have never met or talked to SGT Crose or his family, but I hope they understand that he is not forgotten.Thank you.http://arits.org/biographies/267-sgt-bradley-crose
July 4, 2017
I was born during the death of him and 6 others I am going in to the special forces and you have my deepest condolences for your lost hero - Seaman apprentice John D Holmes
August 27, 2016
I wear Bradley's memory braclet every hour of the day. I am not a veteran myself, but I am a son of a 30 year Air Force veteran.
I became familiar of Bradelys passing while reading books like Roberts Ridge and a friend offered me his braclet after running a military re-enactment of that day's events. I have only removed it twice during recent surgeries. I feel great pride and honor to do so.
I am writing today after reading a news article on a review of the events of that day in which the Air Force is considering awarding John Chapman for the MOH.
I am so deep fully grateful for men such as these - We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.
Thank you
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