The following scene is an excerpt from “Brothers Forever: The Enduring Bond between a Marine and a Navy SEAL that Transcended their Ultimate Sacrifice,” which I co-authored with retired U.S. Marine Col. Tom Manion, who lost his only son in Iraq.
On May 27, 2010, then-U.S. Army Maj. Jaimie Leonard wrote a stirring piece about the meaning of Memorial Day for her hometown newspaper.
Kevin Sisson will never forget the day he challenged his son, future U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Justin Sisson, on a baseball field in Overland Park, Kan.
Before leaving for his ninth combat deployment since 9/11, Master Sgt. Robert Horrigan, who had been planning to retire from the U.S. Army, told his commanding officer that “if you’re going, I’m going with you.”
As twin brothers, Robert and John Horrigan did everything together.
Sara Beth Bedgood was only 13 years old on Sept. 11, 2001.
The following is an excerpt from “Brothers Forever,” which I co-authored with retired U.S. Marine Col. Tom Manion.
When Saddam Hussein was captured by American forces, U.S. Army Master Sgt. Michael McNulty was there.