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DVIDS - News - Acts of Valor: Ramrods responding to fallen heroes in Zabul province, Afghanistan
On Dec. 17, 2013, an American UH-60 Black Hawk crashed in Zabul province, killing six service members and severely injuring one other. The Department of Defense later acknowledged that the aircraft was brought down by enemy forces. That night, the 2nd Battalion 2nd Infantry Regiment of 3rd Brigade 1st Infantry Division Combined Task Force Duke reacted swiftly and secured the crash site of the fallen heroes.

Fallen Heroes to Be Honored After Memorial Day Service Cancellations NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
With many large-scaled services for Memorial Day cancelled this year, organizers say there are still ways to honor fallen heroes.

Fallen heroes honored through Monterey County highway signs - KION
Signs displaying the names of our nation's heroes will soon be placed on highways around Monterey County. 

The inaugural SSG Aaron Butler Memorial Purple Heart Run to remember fallen heroes
Army SSG. Aaron Butler was killed in action when his special forces unit was hit in Afghanistan on August 16, 2017, Aaron's commander wants to make sure that people don't forget the sacrifice of all the heroes who have given their lives in defense of our country.

14th King's Lynn Scout Group remembers fallen Heroes - 14th Kings Lynn Scout Group
Scouts, Cubs and Beavers from 14th King's Lynn Scout Groupcame together this Remembrance Sunday to remember fallen Heroes and find out about the importance of this solemn occasion. During a service at the memorial in North Wootton the Scouts were joined by Chris Steele, a veteran who served as a Combat Medic with the British

Veterans Day: Former Navy SEAL Chris Ring swimming Mississippi River for fallen heroes' families - CBS News
He is on his way to become the first American to swim the entire river, but says the families' memories made it possible

Barack Obama Praises 'Fallen Heroes,' Touts End of Mideast Wars
US President Barack Obama paid a Memorial Day tribute to America's "fallen heroes" Monday, stressing the heavy burden of perennial wars and underscoring his decision to pull troops from Afghanistan and Iraq.

For Fallen Heroes
The Medal of Honor is the U.S.s highest military honor, awarded for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty. On Aug. 26, Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter became one of only 79 living recipients of the award during a whirlwind day that began at the White House and ended at American Legion Post 24 in Alexandria. Its an honor and privilege to have a Medal of Honor recipient at our Post, said Commander Jim Glassman at a private dinner welcoming Carter, his family and members of his unit to the historic Old Town American Legion building. We not only welcome Sgt. Carter but also his fellow soldiers whose bravery during the Battle of Kamdesh kept the outpost from being overtaken.