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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.
 
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Support US Troops With Until They All Come Home Bracelet

NOVI, MI

In an earlier era, tying a ribbon around the old oak tree -- as the lyrics of a 1970s pop-tune suggested -- was a way to remember U.S. troops off at war.  But a Michigan man has another idea. He'd like to see people demonstrate their support for our troops at war in Iraq by wearing a bracelet around their wrists engraved with "Until They All Come Home", and he has begun offering the bracelets on a Web site in hopes of achieving that goal.

The site, offers colored aluminum, stainless steel or leather bracelets or dog tags which are engraved, "Until They All Come Home, Operation Iraqi Freedom". The bracelets are personalized with the date ordered or with a "worn since" date to indicate the wearer's dedication to the completion of U.S. troops' mission in Iraq and their safereturn home. Bracelets are also engraved with the wearer's initials, making it uniquely their own.

"We currently have over 150,000 troops fighting in Iraq, and sadly, we are engraving many Memorial Bracelets to honor the thousands of brave soldiers lost thus far during the war against terrorism", said Rob Tacy, the site's founder.  "We wanted to offer a bracelet that honors those still fighting for the freedoms we enjoy and helps people keep them in their hearts and minds until they all return home safely."

Until They All Come Home Bracelets are available in small, medium, large and extra large sizes and range in price from $14.99 - $18.99, depending on the material and type of engraving chosen. Two dollars from each bracelet sold will be donated to a charity that supports the families of fallen and wounded U.S. soldiers.

Catherine Knight Linsley of Tallahassee, FL has worn two of the bracelets since May 1. "I have two soldiers in Iraq that I have "adopted", and I wanted something to show everyone that the soldiers there are thought about, prayed for and wished a quick and safe return home," said Linsley. "My guys do not know about the bracelets yet, but my plan is to wear them 24/7 until they come home, just like I did with my older Vietnam War bracelets."

Linsely is among many bracelet owners who have posted their stories about their bracelets on the site's blog page. To read other stories from people who wear Memorial Bracelets, visit their blog at
http://memorialbracelet.blogspot.com/.

 
 
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