Joeseph_DwyerJoseph Dwyer – In memory of Pfc Joseph Dwyer who served his country with honor in Iraq. He returned home with PTSD, which unfortunately caused him to take his own life in 2008. This website helps gain support for his family and educate the public on PTSD. He was true American hero.


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Jordan_HaerterLCpl Jordan C. Haerter – a rifleman in the United States Marine Corps, was killed in action in Iraq at the age of 19. Jordan was standing guard at an entry control point when a large truck accelerated towards him. When the truck failed to stop Jordan and fellow marine Cpl Yale, without hesitation or concern for their own lives, stopped the truck with gunfire. The explosion took the lives of Jordan and Cpl Yale. Their actions saved the lives of over 30 marines. Jordan and Cpl Yale were awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism.

In Jordan’s Honor Website – In Jordan’s Honor Ltd. is a non profit corporation founded by Jordan’s mother, JoAnn Lyles to honor her son and keep his memory alive. It provides scholarships, supports deployed troops, advocates for veterans, and provides support for families of the fallen.

Jordan’s Initiative Website – Jordan’s Initiative is a memorial foundation established to honor the memory and heroism of Jordan. It was founded by Christian Haerter, Jordan’s dad and his partner Michelle Severance. It’s goal is to provide direct support and aid to members of our armed services and their families in times of need.

Jordan C. Haerter Website – This website, lovingly designed and maintained by Jordan’s cousin Jessica, serves as a virtual memorial and tribute to Jordan’s life and valor.

James_McNaughtonJames D. McNaughton – A tribute to Sgt James D McNaughton, the first NYC cop to give his life for his country as a soldier in the line of duty while serving in Iraq. Knowing they had children, Jimmy volunteered over other soldiers for a dangerous mission. While in a tower training an Iraqi officer, James, 27, was struck by sniper fire. A true American hero.


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