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Service Banner Comments

Comments By Our Service Banner Recipients

It has been NROTC’s distinct honor and pleasure to freely provide Service Banners to military families in recognition of the sacrifices they make at home, while their loved-ones serve their patriotic tour of duty.

May 07, 2011 – Jacksonville, North Carolina

Thank you so much for your dedication and generosity. It’s organizations such as yourself that let military families across
the nations know they are loved and supported by so many. To those who have given some, and some who have given all! God
Bless. My husband is currently deployed to Afghanistan and I believe hanging this banner upon his return would be a wonderful gift.


April 21, 2011 – Michigan City, Indiana

Thank you for giving family members a way of showing our support for our family members that are out there sacrificing their
own lives to keep our freedom.


April 07, 2011 – New Lenox, Illinois

Thank you for taking the time to remember. I honor our soldier by being husband, wife, mother, father, and sometimes plumber and spider killer.
Displaying the blue star tells our community that I will either be late to soccer practice or baseball practice because I can’t do
both, why my 2 year old calls the computer “Daddy”, and why I cry when colors are presented at the parade. Until they ALL come home
Thank you again


March 27, 2011 – Chariton, Iowa

I am so thankful that there are support systems and sites for our families. It means alot to them and us family members.


March 19, 2011 – CALIFORNIA, Missouri

We are so proud of our son and would proudly display our banner. He lost a friend in 2006 that was in the Marine Corp nd was killed by
an ied. He was only 19 at the time and this further fueled his desire to serve. My dad retired from the Marine Corp, my brother was a
Marine, and my sister was a medic in the Navy so my son grew up around the military. This is an awesome thing you are doing. Thank you
so much.


March 15, 2011 – Dover, Delaware

This is such an amazing idea. Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity!!! I can’t wait to proudly display my flag.


March 15, 2011 – Milton, Florida

I just want to thank you for this flag. It will be hung with pride here in base housing.


March 08, 2011 – Lake Almanor, California

This Is Great… Thank you


January 25, 2011 – Council Bluffs, Iowa

Thank you for honoring our troops. My son is proud to serve in the US Military.


January 23, 2011 – Newton, Iowa

Thank you for the free banner! My husband will love that I have one up for him.


January 10, 2011 – Palmetto, Florida

My son is on the USS New York! LPD 21 made from twin towers. I would proudly display this banner in my front garden for all to
see! – Thank you


December 31, 2010 – Bowdoin, Maine

Thank you very much for your commitment to our troops and their families.


Nov 09 2009 – New Market, Tennessee

This is an absolute great thing that you are doing. We are so proud of our Armed forces.


Nov 04 2009 – Seminole, Florida

Thank you for providing this to the families. I am very proud of my soldiers and want to proudly display the blue star banner in
my front window. They are serving together in Iraq.


Oct 29 2009 – Boise, Idaho

It is so kind of you to issue us the banners for free! So amazing. Thank you for helping us to recognize our soldiers service
for freedom!


Oct 28 2009 – Bakersfield, California

I would like to thank everyone that is supporting our troops that are fighting for our freedom… May every member of the military
branches return home safe..HOOAH!!


Oct 28 2009 – League City, Texas

I would like to thank all of those who are serving our country and for all those who pray for our service men.


Oct 28 2009 – Clinton, Connecticut

I am a very Proud Army MOM, and if there is Any way I can show my pride in my Son and this Country, I will display it any way I
can, with as may ways that I can!! Thank you so much for offering this to families! PAM OF JOHN IN IRAG


Oct 24 2009 – Wilmington, North Carolina

I want to thank you in advance for giving us this banner. It is something that our daughter can look at and say my daddy is doing
something amazing for this country. I am greatly appreciative of what you are doing and continue to do for many many military families.


Oct 22 2009 – Rockford, Michigan

I cannot tell you how much this means to me, and to our entire family. We are so proud of our Daughter, and we feel this a
wonderful way to honor her while she is serving her country.Thank you again from the bottom of my heart!


October 19, 2010 – Abilene, Kansas

Thank you for what you are doing.


Oct 19 2009 – Wichita Falls, Texas

Thank you for honoring my family as my husband is deployed again for the 3rd time in 4 years.


Oct 18 2009 – Wellington, Ohio

Thank you so much for this service. I will gladly hang with pride.


Oct 15 2009 – Elma, Washington

I’ve been looking all over for a Blue Star Flag since he deployed 6 weeks ago. Thank you for what you are doing for parents like
me. We appreciate your support of our troops in this way! ~Proud Army Mom


October 07 2009 – Leominster, Massachusetts

My daughter is being deployed to Iraq on November 19th, 2009. We wish to display the service flag for every day that she is in
harm’s way, and give it to her upon her return home. Thank you so much for what you do for our military families. These are the types
of little things that allow us to maintain the hope, pride and courage with which we offer up our children to help defend this
wonderful country we all call “home”.


October 04 2009 – Miami, Florida

Plain and simple…THANK YOU!


October 03 2009 – Kent, Ohio

Thank you so much – we have 3 sons in the military and have been looking for a banner to fly!


October 02 2009 – Knoxville, Tennessee

I am leading a group of 16 8th grade boys (including our son) who are ministering to my husband and 20 other soldiers serving in
Iraq. We will display this every time we meet to write letter, care packages, etc. as a visual reminder of their sacrifice.


October 02 2009 – Port Lavaca, Texas

Thank you for providing this service. We currently have a son deployed to Afghanistan and a father deployed to Iraq. We greatly
appreciate it!


September 30 2009 – Pleasant City, Ohio

I would appreciate this Banner and it will be an honor to display it as I honor my son who I am very proud of.


September 28 2009 – Norwich, Ohio

Thank you for offering this service.


September 28, 2009 – Miami, Florida

All my prayers go out to all our soldiers and their families. Thank you so much for this blessing banner.


September 25 2009 – Feeding Hills, Massachusetts

So much is done for the spouses and children of the soldiers (and rightfully so!), it nice to have someone recognize the Moms too.
I am very proud of my son.


September 25 2009 – Mount Vernon, Ohio

I am a military daughter,niece,grandaughter & sister-in-law, I just want to thank all our men & women who are serving and who
have served & who also have lost their lives for this country. God bless all of our troops and their families because without you
all we wouldnt have what we do today.


September 23 2009 – Newcomerstown, Ohio

Thank you for every thing you are doing.


September 17 2009 – Thousand Oaks, California

Thank you so much for Honoring our soliders. This is a wonderful service!


September 17 2009 – Clermont, Indiana

I found out about this wonderful thing you are doing through my armymoms group. I am very grateful to for doing this for us.
I love my country and I love my son even more and I’m very proud of him and I will be proud to display this in my front window at
home.


September 16 2009 – Port Orchard, Washington

Thank you so much. Will be displayed proudly.


September 16 2009 O’Fallon, Missouri

Recently my son was put on active duty status for deployment to Iraq. In support of my son we would be grateful to receive the
Blue Star Banner to display in his honor. We applaud your organizations support and tireless efforts for all our U.S. Military
Soldiers. Thank you, it is comforting to know we are not alone.


September 14 2009 – New Braunfels, Texas

I truly appreciate the moral support of so many people. God Bless Our Troops!


September 12 2009 – Geneseo, Illinois

What a great service you are doing for the families of deployed soldiers! Thank you and God bless!


September 08 2009 – Mission Hills, Kansas

I am very proud of my brother’s and sister’s service to our country


September 4, 2009 – Shelbyville, Indiana

Thank you for what you stand for and what you do!!! Thank you from a proud army wife and a Soldiers Angel


August 27, 2009 – Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Thank you for this wonderful service, I am proud of my husband and this is a great way to show him. Thank you!


August 27, 2009 – Walkersville, Maryland

Thank you very much!


August 27 2009 – Santa Rosa, California

Thank you all for all you do. You’re very much appreciated.


August 24, 2009 – Poulsbo, Washington

My husband is a Vietnam Vet and having his son in a war zone is hard on him. We are so proud of our son, and want to show that
pride to everyone. God bless you, our proud service members and their families.


August 20 2009 – Bend, Oregon

I just want to say thank you honey for your service to our country. You have worked so hard to get where you are at. I also want
to thank you for our beautiful baby boy. We miss you and love you.


August 18 2009 – Fremont, California

Having seen these flags before and now having a reason to hang one up myself, I believe they are a gentle reminder to keep the
troops who have sacrificed much in our prayers. Being so far removed from the front lines, it is important to continue the tradition
of the flags in order to remember those who are fighting wars in their respective areas.


August 14, 2009 – Lincoln, Alabama

Thank you so very much for the support of our military heroes!


August 13, 2009 – Swanton, Ohio

I want to Thank You for providing these Banners. It is so important that these men and women are recognized whether through
thought or words. I love the fact that I can show my support, and just how proud I am of my husband. He is currently serving
overseas so any way that I am able to show support I do! Thank You Again.


August 13, 2009 – Newport, Tennessee

Mom and Dad we are proud of you both


August 05, 2009 – Vermillion, South Dakota

I would like to thank you for this service you are providing. It is a great consolation to family members to know there is a way
for us to show our pride in our Service Member, and to let the world know that our men and women care for our country enough to take
pride and fight for it. So thank you again for allowing me to do this as well.


August 05, 2009 – Mineral City, Ohio

What a blessing you are to many. My son is serving in the Air Force and will leave for Afghanistan soon and I truly appreciate
what you are doing. Thank you so much, as my heart aches it is so wonderful to know others are behind him and his family left behind.
I will send him,knowing he is in Gods hands and will count the days until he can return home and give me the hug I have longed for.
God Bless all of you for your kindness and efforts. A military mom.


August 03, 2009 – Oregon, Illinois

My beloved was killed by an IED in Kot, Afghanistan. I want to make sure he is honored properly.


July 26, 2009 – Glenshaw, Pennsylvania

This is such a generous and thoughtful gesture in honoring our service men and women. Our son is leaving for his first tour to
Iraq, and we sincerely appreciate all of your thoughts and prayers for him and all soldiers. We will proudly display the banner in
our home. Thank you so much!


July 25, 2009 – Fort Valley, Georgia

I would like my husband to know how proud of him I am for serving and protecting the United States of America to ensure our
freedom from terrorists. HOOAH!!!


July 24, 2009 – Leonard, Texas

Thank you so much for sending us a Blue Star Banner so we can show everyone that our youngest daughter has made freedoms call. As
difficult as it is not having her at home anymore and keep expecting to hear her or to see her walk into the room, it’s comforting to
know someone else is thinking about her, God bless you for your thoughts and prayers.


July 19, 2009 – Urbana, Iowa

Thank you for the support for the families! This is our second deployment to Iraq, and I appreciate being able to show support
for my husband.


July, 13 2009 – Laredo, Texas

It is with great honor and pride that this banner will be displayed at my home in honor of my youngest brother who is on his
third tour of duty in Iraq. All the male members of my family have served in the military. My brother will be honored to know that
we have this banner displayed at my home. Your thoughts and prayers are appreciated for his safe return. His spouse, is also a
proud member of the U.S. Army Reserve. She has also served one tour of duty at Iraq. Please keep her and her two little boys in
your prayers.


July 13, 2009 – Fridley, Minnesota

Thank you, NROTC, for honoring our nation’s service men and women and their families! We will proudly display the Blue Star
Service Banner you are providing for us.


July, 07 2009 – Tampa, Florida

My brother Tommy was my HERO! Long before he was a Soldier…when he was just my “Big Bro-ham” (nick name). We also called him
“The Ultimate GI Joe” because he was. He was killed in Iraq on 05 Nov 05(on our Grandmother’s B-day!)Buried in Arlington National
Cemetery on 15 Nov 05, only 2 days before he would have turned 45yr old on 17 Nov 05. My grandmother was an Officer’s wife, my
grandfather was also a Lt Col. in the Army now retired. My uncle, an Army Ranger…let’s just say our family has long time and deep
rooted Military roots. I think of him every day, I know that is said all the time but I HONESTLY do! Something triggers a memory of him in my everyday life
it seems…and he is there with me. I am so HONORED, and so PROUD to know he was MY Brother!! He gave the Ultimate Sacrifice, for
all…for ME!


July 6, 2009 – Beaverton, Oregon

While I served our country as a Marine officer years ago without regret and with pride, I never intended for my son to follow in
my boots. Ultimately, I could not help but notice the familiar unflinching fire and desire in his eyes which held my attention
to become a United States Marine leader. Incidentally this was the same passion my father once had which led him to serve in
United States Army during WWII. I love my son and I wish him well during these dangerous times.


February 20, 2009 – Spartanburg, South Carolina

I believe what you are doing is a wonderful thing, too many people forget there is even a war going on, to too many of us it’s in
our heads and hearts everyday.


February 19, 2009 – Buchanan, New York

Thank you for providing the blue star banner to so many families. We will proudly display this flag while our son serves in Iraq.


January 31, 2009 – Blanchard, Pennsylvania

Please keep Activated National Guard, Charger Company 2-112 Infantry Regiment in your thoughts and prayers that they complete
their tour of duty and that they ALL come home soon!


January 18, 2009 – Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

Thank you so very much for this wonderful gesture. Our Son is returning to Iraq on his second tour. We hope and pray that this
ends soon and everyone comes home. I only hope that people remember and support our troops and their families. Again Thank You and
God Bless our young men and women heroes.


January 17, 2009 – Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Thank you so much. This means alot to me.


January 15, 2009 – Killeen, Texas

Thank you guys so much for what YOU do! …HUGS!


January 15, 2009 – Olyphant, Pennsylvania

From all of us we just want to thank you for everything you do. It really means a lot to all the men and women serving our
country. GOD BLESS THE USA


December 5, 2008 – Ore City, Texas

I am the wife of a Navy Master at Arms stationed in Bahrain. THANK YOU so much!


October 6, 2008 – Cypress, Texas

Thank you sooooooooo much for all that you do for our troops. I have been very active in the Army Mom’s USA group since our son
enlisted in August, 2004. He just recently re-enlisted for three more years in the U.S. Army. Bless you !!!


October 6, 2008 – Amherst, New York

Thank you so very much… my son has been in 9 years and is in mortuary affairs. He removed the remains from the Pentagon after
9.11.01.. served 1 tour of Afghanistan and 2 in Iraq.. and did 10 missions with JPAC looking for the remains of the MIA’s… he is
currently getting ready to re-enlist again.


October 5, 2008 – Bloomington, Illinois

Thank you so much! My friend just gave me this website..how wonderful!


October 5, 2008 – Grandville, Michigan

Thank you so much! When I went to Fort Riley to the farewell ceremony they were out, now I can have one.


October 5, 2008 – Hinton, West Virginia

This is a wonderful service you are offering. Thank you.


October 5, 2008 – Talking Rock, Georgia

Thank you so much for doing this. I actually got tears just reading about your offer. It means so much that others appreciate
the sacrifices of our military as much as their families do.


October 5, 2008 – Magnolia, Texas

Thank you so very much for providing these banners for us.


October 5, 2008 – Rising Star, Texas

I was so excited to find that you supplied to blue star banners to families of troops. I have been trying to find out how to get
a blue star banner to display for over 2 years. Thank you for your assistance and for your support to the troops and families.


September 27, 2008 – Lapeer, Michigan

Thanksso much for the support of our troops and their families. As a parent of a deployed soldier, I want to let you know
that you are doing a great thing.


September 25, 2008 – Rosebud, South Dakota

My daughter was deployed to Iraq in Sept. 2008. We are Native Indians. I am a very proud mother, and that my daughter is serving
her country as other family members did.


September 18, 2008 – Brandon, Florida

Thank you for thinking of our young men and women, the sacrifices they and their families make to keep peace in our country!!


September 15, 2008 – Fairfax, Oklahoma

Thank you for making it possible for our family to have a blue star flag to honor our son’s service. He is currently serving his
second tour of duty. I sit here on our farm by my small town with most people around me not realizing that my son is in harm’s
way daily. It is stressful and sometimes I feel alone. We have wanted a banner from the very first, but could not afford to buy one.
This banner will help us display how proud we are of our son, as we are of all our service men and women. It will help me bolster my
faith to hang on once again until he comes back home. I try never to doubt that he will. Every time I see this blue star, I will
utter yet one more prayer, and never doubt that his star will be anything other than true blue. Thank you, those who serve and those
who gave, to make it possible for Michael’s father and I to have this symbol of our son’s brave service. Thank You and God bless you.


September 14, 2008 – Grand Junction, Colorado

We help with the Veteran’s Funerals with the Patriot Guard Riders in Grand Junction. So far we have attended 78 Funerals to honor
our fallen it is a good feeling when people come up to us and thank us. Less we forget.


September 4, 2008 – Wasilla, Alaska

Exercising free will, my son has chosen this honorable commitment and demonstrated his love of Country. Although, in quiet
moments, I feel fear and sadness….there is pride and there is a belief that God hears our collective prayers for our sons and
daughters serving our nation. I will proudly display my banner and pray for all to come home.


September 3, 2008 – Choctaw, Oklahoma

We thank all our men and women that put their lives in danger for us so that we may enjoy our freedom and sleep easy at night.
My son is in Iraq, we pray that God will bring him back home safe to his family and that all our men and women are brought home
safely!!!


September 3, 2008 – York, Pennsylvania

I am requesting a banner for my neighbor, whose son joined the military just a few months ago. I believe it would mean an awful
lot to him. He is so proud of his son, Ryan. Thank you for your help.


September 2, 2008 – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Thank you so much for thinking of the familes of the active duty personal.


August 28, 2008 – Cambridge, Ohio

We are so proud of our boys!! They are truly brave leaders of their generation. Their father and I want to thank them for ALL of
their daily sacrifices. We deeply appreciate all our soldiers. THANK YOU!!


August 28, 2008 – Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisianna

Thank you for offering this program. My husband will be deploying this fall for the first time for a full year and I would like
to hang the Blue Star in my kitchen window to pray for his safe return.


August 17, 2008 – Bluffton, South Carolina

I am so proud of him and so thankful that he is safe and well since his deployment to Iraq 3 weeks ago. I know that he’s in God’s
hands.


August 15, 2008 – Virginia Beach, Virginia

May God keep all our Service men and women.


July 30, 2008 – Alpharetta, Georgia

Thank you for honoring my daughter and other men and women serving our country. I will display our Blue Star Banner with pride.
Families of soldiers appreciate the support of your organization and proudly honor our soldiers.


July 28, 2008 – Kokomo, Indiana

This is the greatest thing possible for myself as a mother of a Soldier knowing that someone would donate a Blue Star Flag for
my son. I will cherish it and the person who donated! Thank you so much!


July 24, 2008 – Fayetteville, West Virginia

I JUST WANT TO SAY THANK YOU FOR ALL THE PRAYERS AND HELP AMERICA GIVES TO OUR TROOPS. THEY NEED TO
BE APPRECIATED. THOSE MEN AND WOMEN ARE FIGHTING FOR US.


July, 22, 2008 – Norfolk, Virginia

Thank you for honoring military and their families.


July, 19, 2008 – Flint, Michigan

I just want to thank you for the blue-star banner and for not forgetting our soldiers that are still in harms way.


July 19, 2008 – Caldwell, Idaho

Thank you so much. This is a form of pride my family and I can show to my husband and the many others that are away from their
homes. Thank you again!


July 12, 2008 – Longwood, Florida

This is a wonderful thing you are doing. Thank you so much for giving these banners to military family members to display proudly
in their homes.


July 7, 2008 – Petal, Mississippi

Thank you so much. What a wonderful thing that you do!!! God Bless you!


July 6, 2008 – Greensburg, Pennsylvania

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR GUYS. I WILL PROUDLY DISPLAY THE FLAG AND TAKE EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO EDUCATE OTHERS ON IT’S MEANING.


July 3, 2008 – Grand Forks, North Dakota

We sincerely appreciate your efforts to honor our servicemen. We will proudly display the “Blue Star Service Banner” recognizing
our Son and all other servicemen who are bravely serving our country so that the USA can remain the Beautiful, Free Country that it
is and forever will be. With heartfelt thanks to all participating in this wonderful program for all our brave Soldiers.


June 26, 2008 – Star, Idaho

My oldest daughter was deployed at the start of the “Global War on Terrorism” to Iraq. She is currently a Sergeant in the Army
stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. My son is on his way to Afghanistan. Thank you for providing this service.


June 12, 2008 – Ghent, New York

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR MAKING THESE BANNERS AVAILABLE TO FAMILIES OF DEPLOYED SOLDIERS. IT HELPS TO KNOW THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE
THAT CARE IN A TIME THAT IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT.


June 12, 2008 – Baltimore, MD

I just want to say thank you for standing up for and behind all our military personnel that are working to keep our country free!


May 29, 2008 – Milroy, Pennsylvania

I found this site while trying to join the blue star mothers of America. I do not have a Flag yet. My husband and I will
proudly hang it at our home. Thank you for your gift to us and God Bless you…


May 27, 2008 – Galloway, Ohio

Thank you so much for this program! I am excited to get a flag and hang it proudly in our front window.


May 27, 2008 – Round Lake, Illinois

Thanks for your help and support!


May 21, 2008 – Bulverde, Texas

Thank you so much for this special banner which we will display proudly for our son who is deployed in Iraq.


May 16, 2008 – Fredericksburg, Virginia

Thank you very much for your service to our country and honoring those serving in harms way across the world to protect the
freedoms we enjoy everyday.


May 13, 2008 – Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico

I JUST WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU. ITS NICE TO SEE THE BANNERS WITH STARS ON THERE. IT HELPS ME KNOW THAT I AM NOT ALONE. THERE ARE
OTHER PEOPLE OUT THERE GOING THROUGH OR BEEN THROUGH WHAT I DO EVERYDAY.


May 13, 2008 – Manteca, California

I think you are providing a wonderful service to our military men/women and their families, thank you for all you do.


May 9, 2008 – Lake Forest, California

Thank You to all the brave men & women that selfishly serve to protect us. I am proud to say my Son (and Daughter-in-law) are
serving in the United States Air Force. (I wish all parents could find it in their hearts to be supportive of their children’s
decision to serve)


May 8, 2008 – Waipahu, Hawaii

My husband’s unit is currently deployed and I feel so pleased to know that they have so much support and prayers. NROTC is giving
back to those who have gone on and to those that are still serving and protecting. God Bless You.


May 3, 2008 – Bossier City, Louisiana

Thank you for doing this!


May 2, 2008 – Unknown Air Force Base, United Kingdom

We are USAF stationed in the UK, not by choice mind you. My husband is getting ready to deploy for the third time and we have
never had a Blue Star Service Banner, also my mother is in the Army and she has been told she could deploy at the drop of a hat. It
is going to be very hard to have both of them down there at the same time. My children have asked me what the blue stars are for in
our neighbors windows, I told them and they asked why we did not have one, so I found your site. Thank you for your time and your
help!


April 29, 2008 – Galloway, Ohio

Thank you for offering this wonderful program!


April 29, 2008 – Eaton, Ohio

Thank you for your remembrance of the service and sacrifice of our service men. It seems some folk have put them on the back
burner so to speak, because of the lengthy time this Iraq war has gone on. Please do not forget our troops! Thank you so much..


April 22, 2008 – Mesa, Arizona

Thank you guys so much for what you are doing. It is great!!!!!!!!!!


April 20, 2008 – Valley View, Texas

I’m so glad that I was able to find your site. My son is serving in Iraq at this time and I have wanted to get a Blue Star Banner
but have been financially unable to do that. So I want to thank you in advance for everything and for making a mom that is proud of
her son, able to show it.


April 13, 2008 – Montgomery, Illinois

I would also like to thank you for your kindness. My son is in the 101st 327th ~ Army, and is currently now serving
his second tour in Iraq. On behalf of him, and myself I want you to know how much we appreciate your support for our troops.


April 12, 2008 – Wheeling, Illinois

Thank you and all who support our troops in Iraq. My son was recently deployed and his family loves and supports all military
members in the service of our country. God Bless and God speed.


April 8, 2008 – West Collingswood Heights, New Jersey

He is preparing for his 2nd tour of duty to Iraq in the next 8 weeks… I am grateful for the service you provide in support of
military families.


April 5, 2008 – North Olmsted, Ohio

I am a proud mother…..Thank you to who serve our country.


April 1, 2008 – Splendora, Texas

Thank you from the warmest place in my heart. My heart has been shattered every since my son has left for Iraq and I pray every
single day for his return and for the other sons of the mothers that I have met during these sad times. Wanda from Texas


March 27, 2008 – Devils Lake, North Dakota

Thank you so much for offering family members free service banners. I had been searching the internet to purchase one but never
did get around to it. This flag will be treated the same as our American Flag. Thank you so much for providing families these flags to
hang in their windows. No soldier shall be forgotten. Thank you again


March 22, 2008 – Fleetwood, Pennsylvania

Thanks for remembering the families left behind.


March 20, 2008 – Springville, Utah

Thank you so much for supporting our soldiers and their families. It’s comforting to know that there are people out there that
understand the sacrifice of the soldiers and their families. God Bless.


March 20, 2008 – Middleburg, Florida

I would just like to say thank you for all you do supporting our troops!


March 18, 2008 – Yelm, Washington

Thank you so much for what you guys a are doing. In a time of war like this what you are doing matters and helps. Thank you so
much.


March 13, 2008 – Indianapolis, Indiana

I have a son in Iraq, he has been there since September 2007 and should be done December 2008. It will be my honor to hang this
banner with pride in my front window. My heart longs for my son to come home safe as well as all of our soldiers. It is such a
blessing in this world to have people like you to help hold up the soldiers and their families! Thank you so much.


March 11, 2008 – Powder Springs, Georgia

Thank you for providing the Blue Star Service Banner. It is a wonderful service that you are providing for the families.


March 11, 2008 – Shawsville, Virginia

This is a most AWESOME service. We are so proud of our son and all the men and women who are willing to stand up and make a
difference. “Thank You” doesn’t begin to express the gratitude I feel regarding the support you are giving. We will proudly display
this Banner.


March 11, 2008 – Middletown, Rhode Island

Thank you for your service. I look forward to displaying my Blue Star Banner with pride.


March 11, 2008 – Sandy, Utah

Thank you so much, I have been saving up to buy a banner, now I don’t have to wait any longer!


February 26, 2008 – Lafayette, Louisiana

My husband and I have five sons. Four of them are Marines. Two are Active Duty. We could never be more proud of them than we are
today.


February 8, 2008 – Manteca, California

My husband recently deployed to Afghanistan and I think he’d like to see a picture of the flag in our window. It’s a wonderful
thing to do and I think it’s great that you are carrying on the tradition.


February 6, 2008 – Alton, Missouri

We were very touched by this very warm gesture and we would like to express our thanks and our appreciation for this support.


January 19, 2008 – Loogootee, Indiana

Thank You for what you do for our Military and their Families.


January 17, 2008 – Port Republic, Maryland

Thank you very much for this offer. My family is very grateful to you for this. It is an honor to honor service members, and
when it’s your own flesh and blood, it means even more. Thanks again.


January 16, 2008 – Mascoutah, Illinois

Thank you so much for recognizing those who serve. It helps those like us who are left behind to pray.


January 11, 2008 – Shelbyville, Indiana

I just wanted to say that I think your site is a fantastic idea. I have been looking for a blue star flag for my husband, but
having people like you, who are caring about the troops makes the honor of hanging this flag up in our home a more meaningful symbol
of our strength. I can’t seem to say thank you enough.


January 09, 2008 – Syracuse, New York

Thank you very much for allowing my family to honor our soldier as he serves our country in Afghanistan.


December 29, 2007 – Denison, Texas

My brother will be deployed in a few days for his 2nd tour in Iraq. This has been so difficult for the entire family. This site
brought tears to my eyes, thank you for recognizing our troops and their families. We are filled with pride and pray everyday for
their safe return. Thank you.


December 17, 2007 – Indianapolis, Indiana

Thank you so much for giving our military families these flags. It is nice to be able to show your pride for the military with
these flags. Thank you again!


December 15, 2007 – Fort Polk, Louisiana

My husband is currently serving a 15 month tour in Iraq. My 4 children and I will proudly display this flag in our window.
Thank you to all the donations that allow us to receive this. May God bless you.


December 08, 2007 – Manchester, Tennessee

We thank you so much for thinking of our soldiers and their families. It really moves me to know how much support that the
American people have given. We appreciate your thoughtfulness.


November, 14, 2007 – White Hall, Illinois

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFT TO ALL THE MOTHERS WAITING FOR THEIR CHILDREN TO COME HOME.


November 14, 2007- Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Thank you so much for having this program, because even though we are not with our service member fighting for freedom, we are going
through the effects just the same. Once again, Thank You.


November 14, 2007 – Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico

Thank you for providing this wonderful service.


November 12, 2007 – Army Post Office, New York, New York

THANK YOU. MY HUSBAND IS CURRENTLY SERVING IN AFGHANISTAN.


November 11, 2007 – Evans, Georgia

It is a very kind thing you are doing and it warms my heart all of the support we receive… Thank you so very much and God bless…


November 10, 2007 – Clearwater, Florida

I know that my son and all other service personnel are defending our country and rights of freedom with grace, dignity and honor.
May God bless them all and keep them safe.


November 09, 2007 – Anniston, Alabama

Thank you for your support while my daughter is overseas for her second deployment!


November 02, 2007 – Escondido, California

Thank you for supporting our families as we support our soldiers.


November 01, 2007 – Rossville, Georgia

I am so proud of my son following a tradition in our family of military service. He follows his Grandfather, Father, and two
Uncles who also served. Thanks Jimmy


October 31, 2007 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida

As I write this, I have tears in my eyes. I want to express my deepest thanks to all of you for honoring the families of our
military members. Both my sons are currently serving in Iraq. It has been a difficult time but I have had great support from friends
and family. As I often share in conversation, I am a better person and mother because of my sons.


October 31, 2007 – Ansley, Nebraska

God Bless our Soldiers!


October 26, 2007 – Saint Robert, Missouri

Thank you for providing a valuable tool that not only displays our pride for our service member, but also helps us cope with the
deployment, as a constant reminder that we are as much in the fight as they are.


October 26, 2007 – Marion, Ohio

Being able to display the flag will show how proud I am of my husband and be a reminder to all who see it of the many men and
women serving our country. Having a loved one so far from home in such a dangerous place is not easy and my heart goes out to all who
are left to wait. All military family and members are in my heart and my prayers. God Bless!


October 26, 2007 – Arkport, New York

I want to thank you guys for this. You really know how to make the wives feel involved in supporting our troops in Iraq.


October 25, 2007 – Arlington, Washington

I am so happy you are acknowledging us wives in some way.


October 22, 2007 – Holly, Michigan

I just want to thank you for your commitment of support to the families of soliders that are currently serving. As the wife of
soldier who has deployed overseas twice before, I can honestly say that the families sacrifice too! It’s a true comfort to have
organizations out there that really care about the soldiers AND their families! Thank you!


October 21, 2007 – Huntersville, North Carolina

I am very grateful for people like my brother who are willing to serve for our country.


October 18, 2007 – Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

I want to thank all of our troops. We love you all and are proud of you.


October 17, 2007 – Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Thank you so much for thinking of the family members left behind. We really do appreciate all the thoughts and prayers.


October 15, 2007 – Mound City, Missouri

Thank you for all that you do to support our troops and to honor all of those we’ve lost.


October 15, 2007 – St. Robert, Missouri

Thank You for the opportunity to receive this flag. This is a great way to show my pride for my husband. Thank You for offering
this.


October 13, 2007 – Candler, North Carolina

Thank you so much for honoring the service our troops do.


October 12, 2007 – Dixon, Missouri

This service is great. As a first time deployed army spouse, I’ve been looking for little ways to honor him in his absence and
this is perfect. My yard and home will probably look like a patriotic junk yard with all of the flags and ribbons but I’m very proud
of my husband and want to tell the world! THANK YOU!!!


October 08, 2007 – St. Robert, Missouri

Thank you so very much for this blue star banner! It will hang proudly in our window until my soldier comes home. It is his first
duty to take it down!!!


October 07, 2007 – Spokane, Washington

Thank you so much for offering free Blue Star Service Banners. You are wonderful!! My husband and little brother are serving this
county of ours and I am incredibly proud of them both. I have found myself in rough times and cannot afford one, so thank you so very
much for this! I pray that my husband and brother will make it home safe: that all of our soldiers, sailors, and airmen make it home.


October 06, 2007 – Cambridge, Ohio

Thank you for thinking of parents back home. I remember the blue star banners hanging in my grandmothers window when my uncles
were in Vietnam…I remember the tears in her eyes when I asked her what those flags meant. Thanks again!


September 30, 2007 – Houma, Louisiana

Words can not express the gratitude that I have for what you are doing for our Sons and Daughters serving their Country. I’m the
proud mother of a United States Marine serving his second tour in Iraq and also President the Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana,
Chapter #2. Our organization consist of mothers whose sons and daughters are serving our country. What you are doing is a blessing
to the families of those who serve especially our Gold Star Mothers. God Bless you and thank you for your dedication to our sons and
daughters.


September 30, 2007 – Sachse, Texas

Thanks for all you do. May our brave family members return safely.


September 26, 2007 – Reisterstown, Maryland

I am a member of the Blue Star Mothers of America, Old Line Chapter. Even though I am a member, I have not received a banner or
pin. Upon receipt of the banner, it will be an honor to hang it for our son.


September 25, 2007 – Riverton, Utah

I think this website is great. It has helped me know that there are people that support our troops and our fallen heros. My only
beloved son was killed in Baghdad, Iraq on May 6, 2007. I pray for and salute all of our troops. This is a wonderful project. My banner
will be hung with pride for my only beloved son.


September 21, 2007 – Crestwood, Kentucky

God Bless You!


September 20, 2007 – Mena, Arizona

I want to thank my children for being the proud people they are to stand up in a time of war and take the oath to protect our
freedoms that we hold so dear. All four of my children are in Iraq for 15 months at this time all in different places. I pray every
day that they come home safe to enjoy the freedoms that they fought so hard to keep. They are true American Heroes!


September 20, 2007 – Kansas CIty, Missouri

Thank you. It’s a very nice service you offer.


September 13, 2007 – Ladysmith, Wisconsin

Thank you for your kindness.


September 12, 2007 – Sergeant Bluff, Iowa

I thank you very much for this honor. God bless you for recognizing my family.


September 10, 2007 – East Lansing, Michigan

I am very thankful that you are here. It is so important to us as a family to show our support to our two sons’ for their brave
decision to join the Army. I don’t know who is more proud, Daddy (who has served for the past 22 years and is approaching retirement)
or me. Thanks again for giving us this opportunity.


August 31, 2007 – Easton, Pennsylvania

Thanks for your great site and all you do to support our troops.


Aug 28, 2007 – Beaverton, Oregon

Thank you so very much for the blue star banner. I will display it proudly in honor of my son who is currently serving in Iraq.
Thank you for all you are doing to support our trooops. God bless you and God bless all of our military around the world.


Aug 28, 2007 – Wamego, Kansas

He is currently serving in Iraq and I am very proud of him and I love him very much. Thank you for your support of our soldiers
and their families. Thank you very much!!


August 26, 2007 – Tulsa, Oklahoma

My deepest thanks for what you are doing and God bless you.


August 18, 2007 – Fort Hood, Texas

Thank you so much for supporting and caring for our troops!! It means alot to me!


August 16, 2007 – Maryville, Tennessee

I am just delighted you provide these for families of our military and I will proudly display the banner as our son has just
deployed to Iraq. Thank you ever so much.


Aug 15 2007 – Westfield, New York

This is awesome thanks


July 28, 2007 – Elberton, Georgia

We are so proud of our soldier’s service and proud to have a Blue Star Flag in our home. Thank you.


July 22, 2007 – Newcastle, Texas

For all the mothers who have seen their sons and daughters go to war, I say thank you. Let us keep our troops and their families
in our prayers.


July 16th 2007 – York, Pennsylvania

My husband died almost 4 years ago in Iraq after only being there 10 days. Thank you for this website. It’s been very informative!


July 14, 2007 – Yucaipa, California

Thank you for all of the hard work and dedication your group is providing to military personnel and their families.


July 14, 2007 – Leander, Texas

Thank you Tom for a wonderful web site and for being so generous. I received my flag and am proud to have it hanging in my front
window for all to see.


July 10, 2007 – Rochester, Minnesota

I just want to say thank you so much for all you are doing to support our military by remembering and honoring the fallen and all
the other men and women who are currently serving. It means a lot to them and their families! It’s nice to see that people care about
the sacrifices that many families are making! I appreciate what you are doing.


July 02, 2007 – Fred, Texas

Thank you for remembering our loved ones.


July 02, 2007 – Poplar Grove, Illinois

God Bless and Thank you so very much.


June 26, 2007 – Alton, Illinios

I am so thankful for this! My husband will be giving this flag to our son when he is old enough to know what it means. Our son is
15 months right now, while his dad is headed for Iraq for his second tour.


June 19, 2007 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

I am touched that you would send me the blue star banner and it is highly appreciated. God Bless you and Support Our Troops.


June 16, 2007 – Oceanside, California

Thank you so much for your support and prayers


April 29th 2007 – Cody, Wyoming

Great website and a lot of information. I have forwarded it to some folks that I hope will get some use out of all the links
on it. God Bless our troops!!!!!


April 18, 2007 – Farfax, Virginia

I am new to the website, a little overwelming but OH THANK GOD FOR YOU!!!


March 9, 2007 – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Thanks for the banner, I speak for everyone in my household when I say we’ll be proud to display it. Its great that you take the
time to send banners to these families. Little things like that make people feel appreciated.


February 18, 2007 – Honolulu, Hawaii

God bless you for this amazing site!!! and your support of our troops!!!


February 11, 2007 – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Thank you for supporting the troops and giving us an opportunity to do the same.


February 6, 2007 – Fort Hood, TX

As far as my Blue Star Banner, thank you does not seem enough. From the day I received it, it has hung on my front door behind my
storm door! I have had neighbors and delivery people ask me what it was, and with pride I told them.


February 1, 2007 – Cary, North Carolina

OUTSTANDING!


January 21, 2007 – Nashville, TN

I really enjoyed my visit. Interesting and I learned alot.


January 1, 2007 – Tomball, TX

Thank you so much for the Blue Star Service Banner. It arrived just a few days after my son returned to Iraq after being home on
leave. The timing was perfect! I truly appreciate your kindness.


December 26, 2006 – Chicago, Illinois

A few months back you sent me a blue star banner for my husband. I found out yesterday that my husband died in Iraq on Christmas
Day. Would you please send me a gold star banner? Thank you very much.


Dec 21 2006 – Portage, Pennsylvania

Awesome website, it brought me to tears


Dec. 16, 2006 – Ormond Beach, FL

I received my Blue Star Banner. Thank you and thank you for your support to all of the family members left behind. My son is
currently deployed in Baghdad and his father served in Desert Storm. As a “veteran” family member I thought my sons deployment
wouldn’t be as difficult as it is. Big difference when your child is in harms way. What wasn’t done during Vietnam or Desert Storm,
you are doing now. Supporting the family left behind. God bless you.


Dec. 16, 2006 – Carlsbad, CA

Thank you for the banner and certificate. You’re doing a good thing to let those spouses (many with kids) back here in the states
know that we are not forgotten and are appreciated.


Dec 16, 2006 – Spartanburg, SC

I am a recipient of a service star banner. I just wanted to email you and THANK YOU for the beautiful banner that I received
about a week ago. I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate what you are doing and all that you have done. My son deploys for
Afghanistan on Dec. 28th a few days after Christmas. Although we will all be together for Christmas it will still be difficult for me.
I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers and I sincerely hope that your wonderful program will continue for a very long time. With
sincere and gracious gratitude, Karen *XXXXXX, (*deleted for privacy reasons), Proud ARMY AIRBORNE MOM and BLUE STAR MOTHER


Dec 15, 2006 – Mount Morris, IL

Thank-you, Our son is in Iraq right now, this is his second tour. You have no idea what that means to me.


Dec 14 2006 – Grandview, MO

I just received my Blue Star Banner. Tears welled up when I opened the envelope and saw the banner….Does this Army mom good…


Dec 12 2006 – Las Vegas, NV

I did receive the Blue Star Flag on Friday and have it proudly displayed in my window. As a mom of a soldier I can’t tell you how
grateful I am of all the people who do so much for the troops. It’s great to know that so many people like yourself think of our
service men daily. Our State has erected a memorial, (at Red Rock Canyon) last year for our fallen soldiers and unfortunately we just
added new names this past weekend. I attended the dedication service and my son has lost three high school buddies last year and
those Gold Star parents say it’s people like yourself who are the ones who help them get through their loss. Thanks Tom for your
efforts in supporting our troops.


Dec 12 2006 – Laurel, MS

My family and I sincerely thank you and all those who support you and the work you do for our troops, nation, and fellow Americans…
please pass our thanks and appreciation on to all those who care enough to support this cause.


Dec 08, 2006 – Camas, WA

My husband and I want to THANK YOU for the Blue Star Service Banner, Blue Star Service Certificate and the heartfelt letter! We
are going to display our banner in our son’s bedroom window. Our son is a Specialist in the Army, with 1-23 Infantry, HHC – Sniper
Battalion, located at *XXX XXXXXXX(*deleted for military secrecy reasons), Iraq. He has been there since June. We truly appreciate your
organization’s support and history. Both our father’s fought in WWII (Battle of the Bulge), my brother was in the Air Force during
Vietnam and my husband’s brother was in the Navy… We are in constant worry, stress and prayer with our son being in Iraq and it
gives us comfort to know that we are not alone. Thank you again!!!


December 6th 2006 – Connecticut

Thank you for your support. Mom of 3 marines


Dec 06, 2006 – Cumberland, MD

I just wanted to say Thank-you! I went to the mailbox today and received my service banner! I cannot tell you how much this means
to my family. My brother will be retiring in January after 20 years of service. We are all very proud of his accomplishment and being
able to give him this banner as part of his retirement package is going to be one of the proudest moments of my life! God Bless our
troops and God Bless NROTC.


Oct 27, 2006 – Fostoria, OH

I love this site. I really hope you can get enough donations to get everything up and running again! I would donate myself but
I’m only 16 and I don’t have a credit card. But keep up what you are doing!!


Oct 23 2006 – Warren, MI

I support our military 100%! I have a son getting ready to head back to Afghanistan and a daughter-in-law that just got home from
Iraq. I’m thrilled that I stumbled onto your website. It’s awesome. Thank you for putting so much work into our people! God Bless You!


Oct 6 2006 – Danville, CA

Thank you for all you do.


September 27 2006 – MOUNT CALM, TX

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU ARE DOING


September 23 2006 – Ormond Beach, FL

God Bless you for offering this free banner to the family members of those in harms way. Although each and every day I am in fear
for my son’s safety, I am very proud that he has volunteered to fight the war on terrorism. Because of him and others like him
America is a safer. I will hang the banner from my home to show my pride in him and in the United States. Thank you again.


September 22 2006 – Fayetteville, NC

Thank you for the support.


September 20 2006 – Mount Morris, IL

Thank-you for the opportunity to receive this flag. This is our son’s second tour in Iraq. He has
been to Kosovo, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, and the Netherlands. Thanks again,


September 20 2006 – Fort Knox, KY

Thank you so much for this service, it is greatly appreciated.


September 19 2006 – Milwaukie, OR

That is awesome you have this site..thanks


September 14 2006 – Concord, CA

Thank you


September 11 2006 – Walnut Creek, CA

Thank you!


September 11 2006 – Las Vegas, NV

Thank you for what your doing. This is the second time around for my son who is now just 21 years old. We are very proud of him.
I belong to the so. Nevada chapter of the Blue Star Mothers. Thank you.


September 11 2006 – San Ramon, CA

Thanks so much for the opportunity to get one of these beautiful flags.


September 11 2006 – Easley, SC

My son is serving his second term in Iraq now.


September 11 2006 – Saint Gabriel, LA

My son is now serving in Iraq. I think this is a wonderful thing you are doing. Thank you


September 11 2006 – Camp Hill, AL

Thanks you so much for a wonderful service like this. It’s truly an honor to have all 3 of my sons as
well as my husband serving during these troubled times. I appreciate your site!


September 10 2006 – Westport, IN

Thank you sooooooooooo much


September 10 2006 – Vine Grove, KY

I really appreciate this. My husband left me with 2 children, one which has leukemia and has alot of
special needs. It’s been hard so far, but the support is fantastic!


September 10 2006 – Crockett, CA

Thank You!


September 10 2006 – Concord, CA

Thanks a bunch for donating these flags…I really appreciate it and all the Blue Star Moms appreciate
your support of our children. Our Hearts are on the Line.


September 10 2006 – Yukon, OK

Thank you so much. I have the silk Blue Star Flag my great-grandmother had in her window for my grandfather
during WWI and the Blue Star Flag my grandmother had in her window for my father during WWII. This means a lot to me.


September 09 2006 – Laurel, MS

Thank you for this honor of having a flag to place in our home’s window to show our love and support for
our son’s service and for our nation. Kathy *XXXXXXXXXX, mother of Mark *XXXXX, and Jeremy *XXXXXX, Proud Army MOM! (*deleted for privacy reasons)


September 09 2006 – Simpsonville, SC

Thank you so much for this honor. Our son is so proud to serve his country, and we are so proud of him and our troops. We have
raised our children to love God and their country. They are now reassuring our efforts.


September 09 2006 – Aloha, OR

Thank you very much for doing this. I am member of the Blue Star Mothers of America and will display my
banner proudly.


September 09 2006 – Mesquite, TX

Thank you so much!


September 08 2006 – Clemmons, NC

Thank you from the military family.


September 08 2006 – Jonesboro, AR

You are doing a wonderful thing.


September 8, 2006 – From Greer, South Carolina

Thank you so much. I will display it with honor. My son is currently in Iraq.


September 8, 2006 – From Lake City, Michigan


He’s currently over in Iraq and myself and his unborn child await him back home. Thank you so very much.


September 8, 2006 – From Muldoon, Texas


Thank You and God Bless!


September 8, 2006 – From Yantis, Texas


Thank you for providing this service!!! It is hard for a mom to have her boy in Iraq.


September 8, 2006 – From Towanda, Pennsylvania


Awesome way to support the families and especially the soldiers… thank you so very much


September 8, 2006 – From Taylors, South Carolina


As one of the proudest Army moms in the world, I thank you.


September 5, 2006 – From Atwater, California


He was killed in action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. Please send his only son a token showing the appreciation our country has for
his father’s death. I am the mother. My son is only 4 so I am requesting it for him. Thanks


September 2, 2006 – From Waterton, New York


Very nice service you are providing! Thank you!


August 24, 2006 – From Wade, North Carolina


It is very kind of you to do this.


August 21, 2006 – From Defuniak Springs, Florida


Both of my grandfathers and my brother served in the Armed Forces and I would love to be a part of something that helps our troops
and thier families.


August 16, 2006 – From Louisville, Kentucky

My husband just rejoined the service in January 2006. He volunteered for Operation Iraqi Freedom. I am VERY proud of him. I think
what you are doing is awesome too!!!


August 13, 2006 – From Wichita Falls, Texas

Thank you so much for your support. They need all the support they can get while serving our country. I’m so proud of all of them
for being so brave.


August 12th 2006 – Dobson, North Carolina

Thank you so much for the banner. This is a great website. You can tell alot of work has been put into it.


August 6, 2006 – From Sand Fork, West Virginia


All 3 of my sons are serving together in Iraq. I would like to thank you for caring and your support.


July 17, 2006 – From MILWAUKIE, Oregon


Thank you so much for providing these banners. Our family really appreciates the support, while my husband is serving in Afghanistan!


July 5, 2006 – From Saint Paul, Minnesota


Thank you so much for this service. I so much appreciate it. I volunteer myself for different military organizations sewing quilts,
sending packages etc. to support our men and women. Thank you again.


July 2, 2006 – From Bagram, Afghanistan

I am curently deployed with the Department of the Army at *XXXXX (*deleted for military secrecy reasons), Afghanistan. My late spouse was
the acting 3rd Infantry Division, Logistics Support Commander at Camp Liberty, Iraq at the time of her death. She was KIA by hostile
fire on the Forward Operating Base at Camp Liberty, Iraq. Thank you.


June 22, 2006 – Aberdeen, Maryland

I would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to you for your notes of concern and sympathy, the Gold Star Service Banner,
and our introduction to the Patriot Guard Riders. Yours in Christ…


June 16th 2006 – Illinois

I served in the National Guard. I had 5 members in my old unit KIA in Iraq. Let everyone know they didn’t die in vain! God bless
us all.


June 4, 2006 – From Zanesville, Ohio


I have my Great Uncle’s blue star flag from WWI and I am proud to have our son carry on the tradition.


May 22, 2006 – From Hudson, New York


We are very much behind you all the way! God Bless you all and a very big sincere Thank You!


May 1, 2006 – Westminster, Maryland

I wanted to thank you for coming to see me and my family during our terrible ordeal. We hung our Gold Star Banner immediately and
although it breaks my heart, I also find a sense of pride and honor in it. We are sorry to be a part of a growing number of Gold Star
families, but we share the pride of knowing our sons, daughters, siblings etc., died as heroes. Thank you for your support.


April 23, 2006 – From Polo, Illinois


Thank you so much. This is a great thing you are doing!!


March 29, 2006 – From Chesapeake, Virginia


THANK YOU for remembering those of us at home who are praying and waiting for a safe return! God bless you and your organization.


March 14, 2006 – Waunakee, WI

Thank you. We will proudly show our banner as our son fights this war in Iraq.


March 24, 2006 – From Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri


Thank you so much for this site!! It means so much that you are willing to give us all a free banner for our deployed loved ones!!!


Feb 23 2006 – Rosemont, PA

My son is currently stationed in Iraq. I thank you for providing this opportunity.


Feb 08 2006 – North Richland Hills, TX

Our son was recently deployed to Afganistan. Thanks so much for the service you are providing to families. God Bless!!


February 2, 2006 – From Connecticut


I think what you are doing for the troops is a wonderful thing.


January 31, 2006 – HOWELL, MI

THIS IS HIS SECOND TOUR OF DUTY TO IRAQ. I AM VERY PROUD OF HIM AND THE WORK HE IS DOING. HIS FIRST TOUR WAS 2002-2003 AS A M.P.,
NOW AS A SIGNAL, BUT HE IS THERE FOR FREEDOM.


Jan 28 2006 – Baltimore, MD

What a service to offer!! Keep up the good work. You should be commended for honoring our soliders.


Jan 26 2006 – Security, Colorado

This is a great web site that you have. I found it by mistake and it makes a military spouse feel like they are no longer alone.
Thank you and God bless to all those out there like me.


Jan 18th, 2006 – From Winchester, Idaho


Hard to imagine something so simple as a Blue Star Banner, giving so much comfort. Thank You


January 17th, 2006 – From Palm Bay, Florida

I think what you are doing is an awesome concept and a well deserved tribute to the young men and their families protecting our
country.


Jan 12 2006 – Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Thank you so very much. I am so proud of my husband and all those who serve over there and everywhere they are needed.


Jan 11 2006 – Talbott, Tennessee

I just wanted to say thank you. I’ve always wanted one.. but having moved home for deployment, they dont have them around here..
Even at Surplus stores, so thank you, a trillion times!


Jan 10 2006 – Lakewood, Colorado

I think it’s great what you guys are doing. Keep it up!


December 27th, 2005 – Randalstown, Maryland

I am glad I happened upon your site today. My brother was killed in Iraq on 7/7/04, my mother and his wife were given a gold
star flag at the funeral, I would be very honored to have one.


December 23rd, 2005 – From Kingsport, Tennessee

If there is any way that I can help bring more donations for the work you are doing or spread the word, please do not hesitate to
contact me. It would be my pleasure to do so. And again, my sincerest gratitude to you and your organization.


December 23rd, 2005 – Lenexa, Kansas

My entire family is very proud of my brother and all of his brothers and sisters in the armed service. We also appreciate the
things that your organization is doing for the troops and their families.


December 5th, 2005 – From Sterling, Ilinois

My daughter served 8yrs., active-duty, in the U.S. Navy, 1yr. in the Reserves. My son served 9yrs., active-duty, with the U.S. Air
Force. I am very proud of my children for serving and fully support our troops all over the world, as well as in the United States.
I feel there is no higher calling in this world, than to serve and protect your country, even at the cost of a life. Our military
are the finest in the world and I have the highest honor and respect for each and everyone serving or that has served. My heart
goes out to the families who lost loved ones.


November 15th, 2005 – From Tustin, California

My father, now deceased, a 1st generation immigrant was a veteran of WWII, and always told me that it was one of the highlights of
his life to serve his country. Although as a younger man I did not serve in the Armed Forces, today I have the utmost respect for
those that have and are currently serving. After the events: Oklahoma City, the Cole bombing, 9/11 and numerous embassy bombings
overseas and todays Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, I am so thankful to the young men and women who put their lives on the line
everyday for our freedoms. God Bless you and your organization for supporting them.


November 9th, 2005 – From Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania

I believe in what you are doing. You are providing a wonderful service.


October 21, 2005 – From Ohio

I am so glad that you have this website to help all soldiers. They need to know that we support them and our heart and sincere
thanks go out to each of them. My son is serving in Kosovo.


February 1, 2005 – From Chelsea, Michigan

Thank you so much – this is wonderful!


January 31, 2005 -From Garden City, Michigan

Thank you for honoring my daughter as well as all the other service members. It makes me proud to know they are companies out there
who are willing to show their support for our troops! God Bless you and yours.


January 16, 2005 – From Oswego, NY

I was a military wife for 5 years. I am a very patriotic person and I truly believe in what your website is offering. I would love
to be a part of it, even if only part time.


October 25 2004 – From New Orleans, Louisiana

I live on a Navy base with over a thousand deserving families and would like
to see a banner in every window.


Oct 25 2004 – From Virginia:

This is the first web site that I am glad I have found. Please keep up the work that you are doing.


Oct 22 2004 – From Durham, North Carolina:

I served in the U.S. Marines from June 1996 – June 2000. I’ve never heard of this program until now, and I think that
it’s a wonderful gesture to show respect for our troops and their families for the sacrifices they make.


Oct 21 2004 – From Perry, Kansas, with a son in the Marines:

Thank you for helping us as we go through the most difficult
time of our lives.





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