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Military Families Community is a place for military families with webpages to join together and meet others. *Note* The Military Families Community is open to active duty, retirees, spouses, children or anyone who has a loved one in the military armed forces. Also those who aren't military but have pages dedicated to POW/MIA's are welcome too! If you don't want to join right now...feel free to surf the community and visit some wonderful sites!

Help Wounded Soldiers! Support our Troops Directory at Noanie.com
Directory of over 50 sites that help support our troops plus information on how to help wounded soldiers. Noanie.com

Magnets With A Message
We Feature Yellow Ribbon Magnets, Magnetic, Patriotic Ribbons, Support Our Troops Ribbons, MIA/POW Ribbons, God Bless America Ribbons, and more.

Randolph Suber POW-MIA
Sgt Randolph Suber and S/SGT.Ronald E.Ray were were members of a six man{;}recon team operating in Laos.Assigned{;}to Command and Control North,MACV-SOG.{;}They were the only Americans in the six{;}man ...

Hesser Family Home Page
Family information.

My Salute To All Veterans
dedicated to all veterans . from the past to the veterans now and to the ones still to come . and to all pow/mias . Bcommunity them home now

Remember
A memorial to my father, SP4 Charles (Jerry) Stanley, who died in Saigon, Vietnam, in 1968.

World War II Memoriam
It is time to honor those who gave so much in World War II. Support this important, first-ever, NATIONAL commemoration.

Rodney Griffin POW-MIA
Rodney Griffin USA was listed as MIA in{;}Cambodia 1970. Rodney is from my home{;}town in Missouri and a brother Viet Nam{;}Vet.

Bunny's Doll Haven
Hi, I am a military wife, and this is how I fill the time, while I am away from my DH. I love to make dolls, please visit my site I have all kinds of stuff, not just dolls :)

Khe Sanh Memories 1967
My personal memories of Khe Sanh Combat{;}Base,Viet Nam 1967.

Philip Curran Memorial
A memorial to a good friend and fellow Marine who was killed in Vietnam in 1967{;}18 days before his 21st birthday.Philip{;}was the smallest Marine on record,only{;}4 foot,11 inches tall,120 lbs.

A Tribute & A Prayer
This section of my website is a loving tribute to my 2 adopted POW/MIA's from the Vietnam War. You'll find a tribute to each one of them, articles, a message board, great links relating to vets and more. ...

Lone Star Meldrum
A site dedicated to the people in my life especially my husband who was an Air Force "Flyboy" when I met him and I made him a Texas Cowboy as soon as I could!

The Hansler Bray Family
Hansler Bray Marines USMC Iraqi Freedom

Tribute to Col. Robert A. Scherr
This site is dedicated to Col. Robert A. Scherr with links to duty station page and photo gallery. Other links to POW/MIAs and USMC Sites

A Tribute to All Veterans and POW/MIAs
This site is dedicated to all Veterans, POW/MIAs

Col. Robert A. Scherr's Duty Stations
This site is dedicated to Col. Robert A. Scherr, USMC, with links to his Duty Stations, and Photo Gallery

Col. Scherr's Picture Gallery
This site is dedicated to Col. Robert A. Scherr. It show a Pictorial History of his career with links to his main page and his Duty Stations

Capt. John Consolvo, USMC
This site is dedicated to Capt. John W. Consolvo, USMC, POW/MIA LOSS: 07 MAY 1972

Capt. Leonard M. Lee, USN, POW/MIA
This site is dedicated to Capt. Leonard M. Lee, USN, POW/MIA. Loss:27 DEC 1967{;}Recovered: 14 JULY 1999, ID:27 JULY 2000

A National Tribute to American Veterans
A remberance page for all military families and intersted parties.

Vets
A page for all who gave all for their country and links to pow/mia's.

The Cozy Cottage
Stop by and visit us at The Cozy Cottage. We are a military family living in Georgia.

May We Never Forget...A POW/MIA Tribute
A tribute to American POW/MIAs, with links to my adopted POW/MIAs' pages, and to my letters page, where I post letters I have written to government officials on behalf of my adopted POW/MIAs.

The Charleton's
It is a website I created while we were stationed in Germany to help keep in touch with family and friends stateside.





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