Army Lieutenant Colonel Constance S. Rosser is a disabled veteran who served our country as a part of the US Army Public Health Command for just over 14 ½ years. During her mobilization in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, she broke her right lower leg, sustained bilateral hearing loss, nerve damage and a traumatic brain … Read More
Army Specialist Max S. Poyer is a disabled veteran who served our country as a member of the Army Reserve for just over 13 years. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2007, six weeks after his daughter was born. When he returned a year later, something was very, very wrong. Spc. Poyer was admitted to … Read More
Army Staff Sergeant Eric S. Holman, 39, was assigned to the 192nd Ordnance Battalion, 52nd Ordnance Group, 20th Support Command, Fort Bragg, NC. He was killed in the Ghanzi province, Afghanistan of wounds caused by an improvised explosive device. SSgt. Holman’s family resides in Pennsylvania and his son is a Folds of Honor Children’s Fund Scholarship recipient.
Army 1st Sergeant Michael S. Curry Jr., 37, was assigned to the 1 st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment (Airborne), 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team in Vicenza, Italy. He was killed July, 2007 in the Sarobi District, Afghanistan, from wounds sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. 1st Sgt. Curry’s family resides in … Read More
Army Sergeant First Class Darrell R. McNealy, 40, was previously assigned to the 4th Battalion, 58th Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphrey, ROK. He died during a training exercise while attending Warrant Officer Candidate School. SFC McNealy’s family resides in Connecticut and his son is a Folds of Honor Children’s Fund Scholarship Recipient.
Air Force Captain Kreg A. Palko is a disabled veteran who resides in Rhode Island. He attended the Air Force Academy where he was a star running back for the Fighting Falcons. During his active duty service, Captain Palko was a T-43 Airlift Pilot as well as a C-141 Instructor Pilot. However, the man his … Read More