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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 now wear my Memorial Bracelet beside the Vietnam POW bracelet I've had since 1972. Quite frankly, I'm able to safely sit at my computer and e-mail you because of the gentlemen whose names I have on my bracelets. Wearing these bracelets is the least I can do.
 
My original POW/MIA bracelet was purchased in or around 1972 when I was in high school and was also for Captain Dean P. St Pierre. Like many folks, I actively protested the Vietnam War, but I also fiercely supported our military men and women and continue to do so today.
 
Iraqi Freedom (KIA) Killed in Action Bracelets and Dog Tags
To free the Iraqi people from a dictator who was feared to have weapons of mass destruction, on March 20, 2003 the United States military entered Iraqi, disarmed the regime and began helping the Iraqi people to form their own government.  Named Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) by the US Military, this action is also known as the Iraq War. 

On August 31, 2010, U. S. President Barack Obama announced the end of this combat mission in Iraqi and the beginning of a new mission called Operation New Dawn.  During the seven and a half years of Operation Iraqi Freedom, 4,427 American service members have died in Iraq, of which 3,502 of them were killed in action (KIA), and 34,265 have been wounded or injured.  Below are Iraq War soldiers listed as (KIA) Killed in Action.


 KIA Bracelets and Dog Tags Engraved with
RANK, NAME, STATE, BRANCH OF SERVICE
        EVENT, DATE OF EVENT, STATUS
In the Following Format:
Memorial Bracelets Iraqi Freedom KIA Bracelet Layout

Iraqi Freedom Stainless Steel KIA Memorial Dog Tag

Red Aluminum Iraqi Freedom Memorial Paracord Bracelet

Stainless Steel with Black Letters Gulf War Killed in Action Memorial Bracelet

Stainless Steel KIA Dog Tag with Laser Engraved Person's Name in Black Letters ($20.99) with Optional Marines Icon ($2.75) Shown
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Red Aluminum Paracord KIA Bracelet with Recessed Engraved Person's Name ($16.99) and Optional Air Force Icon ($2.75) Shown
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Stainless Steel Cuff KIA Bracelet with Laser Engraved Person's Name in Black Letters ($20.99) Shown
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LCPL BUDD M. COTE USMC MARANA, AZ 21 11 Dec 06 Add
 
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SPC EUGENE A. UHL IIIARMYAMHERST, WI2115 Nov 03Add
LCPL DREW M. UHLESUSMCDUQUOIN, IL2015 Sep 04Add
PFC BRIAN S. ULBRICHARMYCHAPMANVILLE, WV2305 Jun 05Add
SGT JOSEPH E. ULLOAARMYNEW YORK, NY2309 Aug 08Add
SGT GEORGE M. ULLOA JR.USMCAUSTIN, TX2303 Aug 06Add
LCPL ROBERT D. ULMERUSMCLANDISVILLE, PA2205 Jun 09Add
1LT COLBY J. UMBRELLARMYDOYLESTOWN, PA2603 May 07Add
SPC DANIEL P. UNGERARMYEXETER, CA1925 May 04Add
SGT GREGORY D. UNRUHARMYDICKINSON, TX2819 Mar 08Add
SPC ROBERT O. UNRUHARMYTUCSON, AZ2525 Sep 04Add
SPC CLINTON R. UPCHURCHARMYGARDEN CITY, KS3107 Jan 06Add
PFC WILFREDO F. URBINAARMYBALDWIN, NY2929 Nov 04Add
SGT IOSIWO URUOARMYAGANA HEIGHTS, GU2724 May 07Add
1SG ERNEST E. UTTARMYHAMMOND, IL3827 Jun 04Add
SGT MICHAEL A. UVANNIARMYROME, NY2701 Oct 04Add
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