What does Memorial Day mean to you?
U.S. Army Capt. Aaron Kletzing first felt the lumps while serving a 15-month combat tour in Iraq.
Soon after taking Exit 41 off Interstate 85 just south of Atlanta, I saw the harsh reality of nearly 12 years at war in Afghanistan.
As soon as Master Sgt. Jennifer Loredo went into labor, she wondered if her husband, Staff Sgt. Eddie Loredo, would make it to the hospital on time.
U.S. Air Force Col. Robert Valin was an airline pilot on Sept. 11, 2001.
After Cpl. Jake Hill stepped on an improvised explosive device during a chaotic battle in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province, the young Marine radioed his squad leader.
Just before leaving for Afghanistan in November, Sgt. Aaron Wittman pointed toward a majestic, tree-lined walkway at Georgia’s Fort Stewart.
Thad Forester always knew his brother as Mark, even after he joined the U.S. Air Force. Pilots flying dangerous missions in Afghanistan, however, knew the 29-year-old Air Force combat controller as “JAG 28.”
Mike Moyer will never forget the night of Mar. 3, 2007.