|Jeff Hall (#47296194)|
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"Freedom is not Free"|
I am honored to create memorials for our WW2, Korean, and Vietnam war dead.
The Cost of Freedom
American War and Military Operations
WW2 US Army Battle Deaths: 291,557
WW2 US Marine Corps Battle Deaths: 19,733
US Navy Battle Deaths: 36,950
Korean War US Army Battle Casualties: 29,856
Korean War US Marine Corps Battle Casualties: 4,509
Korean War US Navy Battle Casualties: 657
Korean War US Air Force Battle Casualties: 4,509
Vietnam War US Army Battle Casualties: 38,224
Vietnam War US Marine Corps Battle Casualties: 14,844
Vietnam War US Navy Battle Casualties: 2,566
Vietnam War US Air Force Battle Casualties: 2,586
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz:
"They fought together as brothers in arms; they died together and now they sleep side by side...To them, we have a solemn obligation — the obligation to ensure that their sacrifice will help make this a better and safer world in which to live."
In 2013 I completed a five year project traveling to Hawaii annually from the mainland to photograph headstones for all of our WW2 dead at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu. I have added over 10,000 photos to memorials at the cemetery. Prior to 2008, few of the memorials had headstone photos.
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|RICH SHIVS||Contact Me|
Please contact me here in regards to a grave. Thank You
|Kim Dixon||Utah - Weber County Servicemen|
My name is Kim Dixon and I established a Facebook page called Weber County's Greatest Generation as a way to remember and honor the servicemen and women from Weber County.
I recently began documenting all of those who died during the war. So many times I have found your pictures on findagrave.
I have been working on identifying all of the servicemen and women from Weber County for several years and I have gathered a lot of photos myself but it is a really snowy year here in Utah.
I hope you don't mind but I have been using your photos (crediting you of course!) when I am posting.
Please let me know if this is not okay with you. I am blown away by your story and why you do what you do. I can totally understand. I am driven by a similar desire to make sure the stories of Weber County are not forgotten.
Please let me know and I will honor your wishes.
Thanks so much for all you have done.
|L. Holt||Corp Fred S Walker|
I have added a letter that might be of interest to you. My mother's cousin, Ken Branson was the navigator on the flight that was lost off the coast of Labrador on April 9, 1944. Corp Walker was a member of that crew of 10.
Added by L. Holt on Jan 29, 2016 8:03 PM
|familyfinder||Pvt Glenn Northcutt|
Earlier this month I had been searching for Cousin Glenn's burial location. I circled back to his page tonight and was thrilled to see his war record, cemetery location and photo of his grave marker. Thanks from the family. Glenn was my grandmother's nephew. My 2nd cousin.
|Tony||Capt James House|
Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
Added by Tony on Jan 24, 2016 5:11 PM
|TWC||Charles Preston White|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photo of Charlie's marker. You may have noticed the page link to his cenotaph in Oxford, Mississippi. Charlie was my father's first cousin and they spent a great deal of time together as boys. Daddy never got over Charlie's death.
I think the photo you posted was printed with his death announcement in the Oxford Eagle newspaper.
Thank you also for all the work you have done to honor those who died in our country's service.
Thana White Cottrell
Added by TWC on Jan 16, 2016 8:59 AM
|Jim Plummer||RE: Thank you|
Your Welcome Jeff,
|David Damico||Frank Yorio|
Your page shows Yorio died in France. He was actually killed near Echternach, Germany on 12 Feb 45
|Jess E. Bromley||george edward bromley|
Could you add a note to his memorial that his brother Jimmie Bromley also died in the attack on their ship the USS Arizona
Thank you very much
|Deborah S||RE: Thank you|
You are most welcome. I'm always especially happy to add memorials and headstone photos for veterans.
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