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Our sites honor the memory of those from our U.S. Armed Forces killed in action (KIA), including body not recovered (BNR), and died of wounds (DOW); we also include died while captured (DWC) related content. Though Memorial Day is every day, its first official observance was ordered by General Logan in his General Order Number 11 for May 30, 1868. We also welcome Memorial Day-themed sites.
 

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   Kentucky is My Home! Fallen Soldiers Preview Go
Honoring Soldiers who died so we can be free. Email me to post yours! This is a genealogy site and genealogy information must be provided so others may contact you.
   T-Minus Memorial Day Countdown Clock Preview Go
Do you celebrate Memorial Day with a parade, picnic or barbeque? No matter how you celebrate, now can you count down the time until this patriotic holiday.
   Word Search Puzzles Preview Go
Word search puzzles here are free for personal use. Make your own word list or find an existing theme. Choose the puzzle's size and shape, or change its font. Print from online, play your word game, and have fun.


   Valkyrie and Valhalla Preview Go
It's the USA KIA/DOW Family Foudation's eBay store! Quality items honor America's killed in action. Proceeds benefit families of killed in action.
   I have been to the Wall Preview Go
"I have been to the Wall" is a poem dedicated to my personal "Unknown Soldier," a young man who did not return from Vietnam with the rest of us. His name is etched somewhere on that black granite wall.






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