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A Special Note
We are profoundly saddened by the lives lost and wish to express our deepest sympathies to the families of terrorism victims and the heroes lost protecting us from terrorists. It is our intent by engraving the names of these victims and heroes on Memorial Bracelets and tags to allow others to honor their memory and to keep them in their thoughts and prayers.

If you wish not to have your family member’s name listed, please contact us and we will remove it. If you are an immediate family member and would like to receive a discount, please contact us when you place your order describing your relationship to the victim.
 
Why Wear
I wanted a bracelet because I wore a POW bracelet for years for my Vietnam soldier, he was MIA after the return. I checked on him occasionally via the net and learned recently that he is felt to have died in a plane crash that was witnessed.
 
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Pfc TIMOTHY R. WILLIAMS USMC COLUMBUS, OH 20 21 Apr 68 Add
 
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PFC ANTON C. MYLESUSACHICAGO, IL2028 May 70Add
SP4 JAMES W. MYLESUSABOSSIER CITY, LA2104 Jun 71Add
PFC PHILLIP M. MYLESUSAMINDEN, LA2027 Jul 67Add
S/Sgt ROBERT R. MYLESUSAFTERRE HAUTE, IN2925 Jul 66Add
1Lt CARL W. MYLLYMAKI IIIUSMCWESTERLY, RI2502 Oct 68Add
Sgt THOMAS W. MYNESUSAFRAPHINE, VA2830 Dec 69Add
SGT ALVA N. MYRICK IIUSALITTLETON, CO2416 Jun 67Add
HN GEORGE F. MYRICKUSNLOS ANGELES, CA2217 Mar 68Add
PFC WILLIE J. MYRICKUSACLEVELAND, OH2001 May 67Add
PFC RICHARD J. MYSKYWEIZUSAFOREST HILLS, NY2116 May 68Add
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