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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.
I am on active duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. I wear a Memorial Bracelet as a reminder of what we are fighting for and to remember the victims of that tragic day in September.
I got a chance to continue on Earth, to watch my child grow up, love my husband and to hug my friends. I need to remember those who didn't and take advantage of more moments in my life.
Bracelets designed to show US troops in Iraq that Americans have changed

There have been many comparisons drawn between the war in Iraq and the Vietnam war;  both have been unpopular wars, both President Johnson and Bush suffered from low approval ratings, and it took the Democrats controlling congress to declare an end to U.S. involvement and bring our troops home.

Now that President Obama has set the date of August 2010 for U.S. troops to be out of Iraq, Americans shouldn't make the same mistake we did when the troops returned from Vietnam.  Unfortunately, when troops returned from Vietnam, they were spit upon and humiliated for the role they played in the war.  Even though we are feeling the effects of a poor economy, lets show our troops that when they return, Americans have learned from our past mistakes and welcome them home with the honor they deserve by wearing Until They All Come Home bracelets.

I had a Vietnam POW bracelet, and I can remember watching the TV broadcast of the soldiers coming off the planes during Operation Homecoming in 1973 hoping that the soldier who's name was on my bracelet, would be the next guy to exit, said Rob Tacy, President of Memorial Bracelets.  I propose we do something similar for the returning troops from Iraq and wear bracelets engraved with the name of an active-duty soldier or Until They All Come Home.

Until They All Come Home bracelets are available online at www.untiltheyallcomehome.com.  They are available in colored aluminum, stainless steel and leather.  Dog tags are available in aluminum, stainless steel and brass.  The bracelets and dog tags can either be engraved with the supportive message, Until They All Come Home, Operation Iraqi Freedom, or Until They All Come Home and the name of the Active Duty Soldier the purchaser wishes to add.  All bracelets and dog tags are also engraved with the wearers initials and a worn since date to show how long the wearer has been supporting the return of U.S. troops from Iraq.

Until They All Come Home bracelets and dog tags are priced from $13.99 to $18.99 and can be customized with an icon for an additional $2.50 each.  Two dollars from the sale of every piece of engraved jewelry is donated to non-profit organizations that support the families of soldiers lost or wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan.

About Memorial Bracelets

With the launch in October of 2001 of www.memorialbraclets.com, the idea of wearing a bracelet to support a cause was revitalized by Memorial Bracelets.  By donating $2.00 of every bracelet or dog tag purchased, Memorial Bracelets has donated over $78,000 to charities supporting the families of victims of terrorism, those of Vietnam POWs and MIAs, and U.S. soldiers wounded or fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Bracelets and dog tags can also be purchased for soldiers imprisoned, missing or killed in action during the Vietnam war at www.powbracelets.com.

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