God Bless each and everyone of my Sister's that give up their lives to save ours.Continue to pray 
that All Wars be over...RIP to Our Loving and Awesome Sister's and Brother's!!!
LaFaith, Maryland
Posted: 30 May 2011 at 6:31 pm 
It makes me proud and breaks my heart all at the same time.
Sincerely, Enoch Mubarak
Enoch Mubarak, Chicago,IL.
Posted: 30 May 2011 at 4:08 pm 
Dear God in heaven, bless and care for these strong Women, full of courage, honor and purpose. 
They served and died for all of us here in the United States. We honor them and we will never forget them.
Roosevelt Lawrence, Jr., Detroit, Michigan
Posted: 30 May 2011 at 5:24 am 

My heart goes out to every soldier but, especially to those black women and women ofcolor. I feel 
your lost, I feel your pain. My heart felt condolences to your families from a Black woman who knows 
what you committed to. Thanks for what you did for our country and more. GOD Loves  every single one 
of you...Cherylene Burruss, Retired  1st SGT USARMY 
cherylene, Lexington.Ky.
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 7:05 pm 
May God Bless and keep the families of these brave women.  Women who gave their lives to make a 
difference for our country
Paula Jones, Fontana,  CA  92336
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 4:12 pm 
God bless all the good hearts!
Leroy Jacobs, Chicago
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 2:47 pm 
While we are mourning the loss of our friend, others are rejoicing to meet him
behind the veil. ~John 
Kathryn  J. REynolds, New York US /London UK 
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 12:25 pm 
marianne jordan, Hazel Crest, ill
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 11:57 am 
As a black female in the USAF and with a sister currently in the Army and in Afghanistan, I am so 
appreciative of this site. God Bless all of our heroes and their families. 
MSgt Venita Jackson, Rochester, NY
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 10:59 am 
It is with great sadness and sorrow that I must look upon the faces of thesecourageous women who have, 
historically, suffered greatly and in the time of need, so selflessly gave their lives for a cause they believed 
in. I am certain that wars are instigated by foolish MEN (and some women) who have so little faith in the 
power of compromise and so little concern about the lives that will be lost in the battle- on both sides of the 
battle line. Sisters, thank you for your service and sacrifice; may the LORD of the worlds be pleased with 
you and grant you the peace you so rightly deserve.
Dorothy, Houston TX,
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 10:58 am 
lord please strenth these family and keep  their children and family with u all the days of their life.
arlene brown, brooklyn nyc
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 5:52 am 
As an African American female USAF Veteran I salute you all for your willingness to pay the ultimate 
price so that all can be free...RIP my sistas;
TLW, Spring Tx
Posted: 29 May 2011 at 12:16 am 
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 11:32 pm 
We will never forget your sacrifice!
Kevin Johnson Jr., San Diego, CA
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 10:57 pm 
My heart is breaking because I feel as if I have let so many of you down. We have a responsibility to each 
other away and at home. I retired in 2008, but when I see faces like this I feel I should have done more than 
I did in 20yrs. My sisters, mothers, wives, daughters, aunts, cousins, nieces, and granddaughters your body 
may be gone, but you still live on and will never be forgotten.
Tracy G. (SSgt, USMC (Ret), Memphis, TN
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 9:45 pm 
I am so glad I happened upon this website. This is a wonderful tribute. I,too, am a former military personnel. 
I am grateful to the sacrifices these women made. My thoughts and prayers are certainly with their families, 
and will certainly save this site so I can come back to it on Memorial Day, 2011. God bless.
Val, USA
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 7:22 pm 
This VA nurse sends condolences to the families of the deceased. You are not forgotten. Thank you for 
your service and your sacrifice. Rest in peace.
Phara Paulemon, RN, Atlanta VA Medical Center
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 6:59 pm 
As a Sister in Arms, I give my condolences to the families of these great women, and I am proud to serve 
along with them in the Armed Forces.
Courtney, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 6:06 pm 
God Bless All color-blind women of color who embrace all cultures, religions, and creeds. We are one. 
My sister is a major in the US Army. I thank God everyday that she made it home safely from five 
deployments. I will never take life for granted again...Thank you my West African sister, for feeling 
such compassion...I amChristian, but I know enough about Islam to appreciate the millions of 
non-violent, loving, wonderful Muslims whom the terrorists do NOT represent. Continue to spread 
words of love. They brighten the days of many. Peace.
Nikki, Pearland, Texas
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 5:50 pm 
Praise God 4 each of u! God Bless ur families who hv tried 2 piece their lives bk together frm missing u! 
Mere words are NOT enough thanks! One day we will see you on the other side of the mountain! Love each 
& everyone of you!
B Hollinger, 
Atlanta, GA
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 5:36 pm 
My heart goes out to all your families. Words alone cannot express my gratitude for you all willing to
sacrifice your lives for our country. Your lives will not be lost in vain and your heroism will live on forever. 
~Rest in peace ladies~
Ms. Rivers, Iowa City
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 5:05 pm 



May all these Heros Rest In Peace. They have given the ultimate that a person can give for their country...their lives. May God give them the peace they deserve.

Ikalean Wilkerson, Kalamazoo, MI
Posted: 28 May 2011 at 4:24 pm



Posted: 28 May 2011 at 10:053 am


may all these ladies rest in peace.as a west african black muslim my heart is paining twice first because these soldiers my sisters blacks like me lost their lives second they lost them while fighting muslims like me.to their moms and dads please be strong.god bless you all.

Posted: 22 May 2011 at 4:03 pm



God bless each and every young African American women that gave their lives to protect and give freedom to all!

Melvina Bogan, California
Posted: 27 April 2011 at 12:28 pm



May God Bless the Souls of each one of these brave and beautiful sisters that died to protect our country. God bless their families with peace and solace. .


LaTosha, Atlanta, GA

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 at 09:43 pm



My condolences go out to the families of each one of these woman who gave their lives for there country, as a former woman soldier, rest in peace. On behalf of the Mitchell a Davis Post 182.


Leslie Rouse-Wilborn, Trenton, NJ

Posted: 28 Feb 2011 at 07:19 pm



Thanks Ladies for your loyalty,perserverance,strength and committment to serve. God Bless all of your families, friends and loved ones. You are missed.


Bunny, Philadelphia, PA

Posted: 27 Jan 2011 at 11:34 pm



My condolences to the families of these beautiful women.Many thank yous to the women that served and protected our country.May the peace of God be upon the families and may the souls of our fallen soldiers rest with Jesus.


Elle, Ohio

Posted: 06 Jan 2011 at 11:54 pm



All these beautiful women of color gave the ultimate sacrifice "Their Lifes"!!  RIP ladies, you are all in Gods hands.


TDJ, Palm Springs CA

Posted: 28 Dec 2010 at 11:16 am



I am humbled and saddened by learning that so many lovel ladies lost their lives, this is such a great loss. I found this website while searching for a link to information on Black women currently serving in the war. I wanted to find women that I could send some hair care products to.


Brenda Matilda, Arlington, VA

Posted: 24 Nov 2010 at 6:19 pm



Like so many others I came upon this site while looking for poems for black women. My husband was retired military fought in 2 wars. He passed away shortly after retirement, I know what it feels like to lose a love one because of war. I breaks my heart to see so many young women dying in this war I never realized there were so many because the news don't report on this. I am especially shocked at the number of women killed in non combat incidents and the number of investigations. Some attention needs to given to this matter why is this happening.


Mary, Texas

Posted: 15 Nov 2010 at 3:49 pm



I some how fell upon this website and I send my prayers to all the family members of the women who have served in the Armed Forces.  We are sisters no matter where we are. No words can ease your loss, but our prayers will hopefully let you know we respect them greatly. It is an honor and privilege to be able to serve, which I do proudly. There isn't a day that doesn't go by that I do not receive a thank you for my service which means so much because I know there are others that are unable to do so. I am about to go on my third deployment and they all have been different.  Without prayers, family, and friends I wouldn't be able to do what I do.  Thank you and you are in my prayers. Respectfully, SSG Q. Marie Arnold, Fort Carson, CO

Quincy Marie Arnold, Fort Carson, Colorado
Posted: 04 Nov 2010 at 9:42 pm



Reading about all of the women who gave their lives for the freedom a lot of us take for granted, made me tear up. God please bless all of their souls. Thank you, all soldiers, both with us and not for protecting us. I will pray for your safety. I came across this site because I was considering joining the army...and I still am; however I plan to do more research first, to make sure I am certain.


Robins, California
Posted: 02 Nov 2010 at 10:06 pm



RIP my fallen sisters.  I admire you for paying the ultimate price.  


Marcia Smith, US Army veteran, Lithonia, Georgia
Posted: 07 Aug 2010 at 8:09 pm



My deepest condolences goes out to their loved ones,may their souls rest in peace.


eugene montif, United Kingdom
Posted: 13 Mar 2010 at 12:14 pm



Jeannette Winters was my first cousin, whom I never had the privilege of meeting. But I thank her that she was my hero that I actually looked up to, to join the military. It was tough especially being a woman, an African American woman at that. My heart goes out to all the fallen soldiers who served their country well. Now lets bring our troops home!!!!

SPC Adams, Saint Louis MO is where my heart is but Dayton, OH is where I'm
Posted: 29 Apr 2010 at 5:04 pm



Im a 23 year old young sister joining the army and ive been strong about my decision up until I came across this post. My eyes were watering so bad I could barley finish. My prayers are with each and every one of these families. Ive lost a family member in this war and understand your pains. Im very sorry once again for your losses.


Dani Smith, Tx
Posted: 29 Mar 2010 at 10:53 am



I am currently serving in the US Army.  I send prayers and condolances to all of my fellow sisters at arms.  God Bless
MAJ Yolanda Wise- Poullard


yolanda, korea
Posted: 21 Mar 2010 at 10:32 am



I've learned sonething today during Black History Month, I did serve Us AirForce from 69 to 73 but this has truly moved me. Thank you all and I pray for your families.


Rev. Morgan Gilkey, Paris Ky.
Posted: 26 FEB 2010 at 12:26 pm



One, this is no small tribute. Two, the life of each beautiful, brave, YOUNG woman portrayed above was worth far more than any oil well or president's ego. America is unworthy of their sacrifice.


Ankhesen, Hawaii
Posted: 11 FEB 2010 at 5:06 pm



We have had many Hero's over the decades but these wonderful service woman of color did the very best they could and spoke loudly for all. "Gone To Soon" Bless them all and their love ones. Let us not forget.


kieth butler, Hawaii
Posted: 7 FEB 2010 at 8:53 pm



I want to send my condolances to all of my fellow sister's at arms. These ladies have made the ultimate scarfice in the name of freedom. God Bless SGT Wesley.


Posted: 18 JAN 2010 at 1:54 pm



Thank u ALL 4 u4 sacrifice...God bless each and everyone of u...


Mika, Michegan

Posted: 28 DEC 2009 at 10:13 am



I feel honored just to see the names and faces of these women who gave their lives on our behalf. Thank you.


Laverne, Somerset, NJ

Posted: 15 DEC 2009 at 8:30 pm



I am saddened by your lost.


Glenn, phila. pa

Posted: 13 DEC 2009 at 12:37 pm



woooow this is very sad i wanted to jion the army but im cool..god bless the souls that were ripped from this sick world and my they rest in peace forever!!!!!


nydeeah Miller, philadelphia
Posted: 11 DEC 2009 at 6:56 am



I am at a loss for words to express my sorrow over the loss of these beautiful women. May God grant closure where needed and rest, peace and restoration for all.


NWJ ,Denver, CO
Posted: 10 DEC 2009 at 7:29 pm



I want the famlies of these servicewomen to know that they have not died in vain. They have given all and we all have to honor their sacrifice.


George J. Adams , College Point, NY
Posted: 24 Nov 2009 at 7:08 pm



You may not have had a home coming here on earth but what a home coming you have had with GOD in heaven!!!! God bless your family's and baby's that where left behind for now but will soon be together soon too. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. We will meet again!!!!!


Anetra Williams, Seaside, Ca
Posted: 24 Nov 2009 at 5:54 pm



God bless the families of these brave women; and our country for the contribution of so few for so many!


Rechelle Villa, oakely ca
Posted: 24 Nov 2009 at 10:10 am



I pray that you have each found sweet rest for your souls. And may God shower His choicest blessings upon your families. GOD BLESS AMERICA!


Gwen Wright, SC
Posted: 20 Nov 2009 at 9:07 am



I tribute to all of my sister who have put there lives on the line for me. They will always be loved and miss.


Yvette Johnson, NJ
Posted: 18 Nov 2009 at 2:47 pm



My heart breaks for the families of these brave young black fallen female protectors of our country. My prayers are with each family who have suffered these losses. May God bless and protect our children.


Delores Davis, CA
Posted: 16 Nov 2009 at 7:36 pm



Thank you, for sharing this information. This is a wake-up call from me! I am devastated, to say the least. So great a sacrifice to lie on the altar of "Freedom"! My heart is deeply saddened to learn of this information. I did not realize the complexity or the enormity of our Country situation in the war. May God bless the men and women and their Families who have given their lives for all of us! My heartfelt appreciation for the sacrifice they made so that all men and women can be free. Royce Crowder, Inglewood, California


Royce Crowder, Inglewood, California
Posted: 16 Nov 2009 at 6:41 pm.



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Sincerely and Respectfully,


Kenna - Project Compassion, Manti, Utah USA
Posted: 12 Nov 2009 at 12:49 pm



God bless all the families and these beautiful ladies who paid the ultimate price for our country.


Posted: 11 Nov 2009 at 9:46 am



This is a wonderful site. You don't hear about these stories in mainstream media. I heard about 2nd Lt. Perez, but that's about it. These were beautiful, accomplished women doing something positive and sacrificial for themselves, their families/children, and their country. God bless their souls and comfort their families.


Randi523, Birmingham, AL
Posted: 7 Nov 2009 at 9:51 am



My deepest sympathy, to the families of these beautiful womens that gave their lives for this country. Know that there bravery and courage will always be remember.


Lynn, Fort Bragg, NC
Posted: 26 Oct 2009 at 7:40 pm



This is a beautiful site. Thanks to everyone who dedicated their time with putting together to heartfelt site. I know their families are proud


Adrienne, Chicago
Posted: 26 Sept 2009 at 4:29 pm



My heart hurts to see the continued results of war and the reality of being in any branch of the Military. I have been in USAF for 20+ years and I love serving my Country (proudly). This is proof of the real risk that we take when we take the Oath, to support and defend...  My prayers go up for these brave women who voluntarily signed up to serve and protect, no matter what their job was. Their great sacrifice will never be forgotten and I pray others will honor them and continually pray for their families who will never recover from their loss.  God is the Author and Finisher of our fate, HE alone can provide comfort during this time. All we can do is pray for and support their loved ones who remain. Said w/the utmost respect.

Valerie, Washington, DC
Posted: 09 Sept 2009 at 10:24 am



My deepest condolences and prayers go out to the families of these young women.As a former soldier I am blessed to be here. I have have lost many friends and comrads in these unecessary battles. They will never be forgotten.

Kamillah, Florida
Posted: 04 Sept 2009 at 9:04 pm



I tribute to all my sister who have put there lives online for us. they will always be loved and remember.


Shanna, Houston
Posted: 11 June 2009 at 4:56 pm



May the Most High Blessed their souls to rest in peace until they find their way back to their cycle of life. And Blessed their families as well


Dianne, New York
Posted: 11 June 2009 at 11:48 am



For all of those that have given yours lives for my family there will never be enough to just say thank you. My prayers are with your families. THANK YOU!

Liticia Lister, Arizona
Posted: 06 May 2009 at 2:19 pm



As a child my daughter played with Princess Samuels.  As High School Cheer Leaders they dreamed of a life in Miami, New York and California.  My daughter went off to College, Princess went into the Army.  I will always wonder should I have said something, just anything to change her mind.  We miss her something terrible.  She was and always will be so beautiful.  I am crying as I am writing this story in memory.  I do know that God has walked her into the light.  For she is safe now.  We miss her so much......

Cheryl & Melody, Springdale, MD
Posted: 14 April 2009 at 1:17 pm



RIP soldiers. It's sad that young women died in this shamed war. War is not a solution for our problems in world, only peace can to resolve. However, i believe god protects our great black females all over the world. My name[s Jorge, i'm a black man from brazilian navy.rio de janeiro city, brazil.

Jorge, Rio de Janeiro city, Brazil
Posted: 12 March 2009 at 8:54 am



How bitter it must be to know that the "Under Investigation" might mean that these women's comarades in arms did them mortal harm. The Los Angeles Times March 8, 2009 front pages the case of Lavena Johnson.  Perhaps further outcry will help not only her memory, but the positions and lives of her fellow women-in-arms.


Isobel Standridge, Camarillo, California
Posted: 09 March 2009 at 12:19 pm


As a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, I salute these brave soldiers, sailors and marines.  (Note. I recommend changing title to Women of Color or Black Women. No malice intended.)


CMSgt (retired) M. Turner, Colorado Springs, CO
Posted: 08 March 2009 at 7:24 pm



God bless the families of these special women.


Kimberly G,  NY, NY

Posted: 04 March 2009 at 6:50 pm




Posted: 01 March 2009 at 10:44 am



My heart breaks. THANK YOU for fighting for what you have done for all of us. May your families know that you will never be forgotten.


Alisse, Maryland

Posted: 02 Nov 2008 at 12:27 pm



I came across this site this evening and it really touched my heart. What you have put together is a part of our history that needs to be shared with our young black girls. They need to know what a powerful people we are and God loves each one of us. Continue to past the torch.


deborah faulk, franklin virginia
Posted: 25 Sept 2008 at 05:25 pm


God rest thier souls.
My condolences goes out to ALL the families of these lovely women who lost thier lives. We're proud of you ALL!


Denise, Winston-Salem
Posted: 02 Sept 2008 at 09:31 am


Thank you for the tribute to my Sisters in Arms.  It's heartbreaking and at the same time such an honor to see these beautiful black women of character who have made the ultimate sacrifice.  This site has blessed me and I can't wait to share it.  Thanks again. God bless you all

Jenny, KS

Posted: 03 Aug 2008 at 11:48 pm



My gratitude and prayers are with these special women and their families. Thank you creators of this site for providing their info.

D N, Miami, Fl

Posted: 28 July 2008 at 04:41 pm



I stumbled accross this website, I'll say by mistake, but really by divine guidance. I am moved to utter tears of grief tsee all of my beautiful sisters, who live have been cut down for the purpose of my so-called freedom; that we here seem to take for granted.  I am ashamed that I am so out of touch with how this war has negatively affected so many families; not just fathers, but mothers and mothers to be.  God help me that I will step out and make awareness of this issue.  I pray for the families of all who have been affected.  I will use the resources that I have to spread the word of this, and mostly, I will ask my prayer circles to pray for our sisters who are involved in this conflict.  I pray that God will bless your effort here, and that all that you attempt will become successful

Monica, NC

Posted: 22 July 2008 at 07:44 am





Posted: 17 July 2008 at 01:41 pm



May Jesus continue to bless the families of the ladies who have served our country well.

Donald, USA

Posted: 17 July 2008 at 06:17 am



Beautiful women. What a beautiful tribute.  Thank you to these women and families for their kind acts of bravery and sacrifices. May their souls be resting in peace.

Pat, MA, US
Posted: 01 July 2008 at 12:31 pm



May God bless you and those who lost there love ones and a special thanks to you who post this web site 

Vernon, chas SC
Posted: 02 May 2008 at 7:50 pm



May God rest their souls,and the good lord be of peace and comfort to their families and friends

Anita, Goose Creek, SC
Posted: 02 May 2008 at 6:58 pm





Posted: 30 Apr 2008 at 10:32 pm




Posted: 19 Apr 2008 at 8:28 pm



To see these beautiful young women parish in such a senseless war aches my heart. Yet I feel indebted to your courageousness, bravery, & ultimate sacrifice. A billion thanks could never say enough.
God Bless. May your souls rest in eternal peace with the Lord.


Posted: 04 Apr 2008 at 8:22 pm



I look at these beautiful, young, black faces and my heart just aches.  Lives filled with promise taken away all too soon.   I pray that God blesses each soul and their families.  We can never repay them for their sacrifice.

Kenya, Dallas, GA

Posted: 31 Mar 2008 at 8:17 am



when ever i see a military person i tell them thank you for defending this country.i tell them i say a prayer for them living or dead.even though i do not agree with this war.i think it senseless losing lives this way.my prayers to all families who have their loves ones deployed.i have family in military also.God bless you all.

Rosalyn, jacksonsville,fl

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 at 7:42 am



As I look at the names, the faces, the ages, I hold my head down and thank God for your bravery and dedication to protect your country. God bless your families and God bless you in your transition to peace.


Pernell K. Kirkland, Social Circle, GA

Posted: 17 Mar 2008 at 7:53 pm



Thank you for being so brave for all of us.

Pirate, SRQ, Fl

Posted: 10 Mar 2008 at 5:03 pm



As a soldier, I just want to commend all those who have lost their lives... I have put myself in the same position as all of these ladies and by the grace of god, I have made it this far. I just want to send my condolences out to the families and friends... God bless you all.


Saqqara, Tampa, FL
Posted: 14 Feb 2008 at 2:07 am



Oh My, what brave women. I pray their family find the strength and for these women to know they will never be forgotten.

K. Linston, NY

Posted: 4 Jan 2008 at 8:51 pm



I really wish that they would show just how much BLK men and women fight for all of us and dieing for a country who didn't give and still don't give about us.... TO ME that's bravery, courage and a true fighter... I give my prayer, my love, my support to the parents who lost their "babies".I wish they could recongize US more then just a problem they can't get rid of but a race that has been their since day one who saved them  from so much not to mention the first settlers... GOD WILL BLESS THEIR SOULS We as people of color can just stck together taht's the only way



Posted: 26 Nov 2007 at 3:58 pm



God Bless

Renee B, Atlanta

Posted: 15 Nov 2007 at 11:19 pm



My prayers goes out to all the women and men who served our country. Families of the love ones may god bless you and keep you strong. I feel your pain because they're someone we all have lost that we were very close too. May God Bless all the loves ones who gone but in a better place. You may be far away but never forgotten in our hearts.God Bless


Jennifer B, Augusta GA

Posted: 15 Nov 2007 at 11:12 pm


God bless their souls and keep their families in His love


Trish, Kenya

Posted: 26 Oct 2007 at 8:40 am



I think that for many of us - we take so much for granted the FREEDOM that is afforded us in this great country of ours -- known as "America." We don't realize at all the much great sacrafices that is often required for us to attain the great embrace of Freedom herself. I shall be forever indebted to the men and WOMEN who have by choice answered the "Call of Duty." My heart is even more so touched by the WOMEN -- who will in exhange for the "Ultimate Sacrafice" never have a chance to become a mother, a wife, and for those who did have that "Moment" unfortuantley will have it no more! I pray that the Almighty God will remember them and their families.


Lyhong Hillard, Hollywood, CA

Posted: 17  Oct 2007 at 3:28 pm


My sincere and prayerful thanks to the men and women who have served and died in this war, regardless of color, creed or nationality. Blood is red. They are someones mother, father, aunt, uncle, cousin, brother, sister, g-mother, g-father, friend, neighbor or co-worker. They are a person who deserves to live and have a happy life. I grieve for them and their families and pray God is holding them in His Powerful Hands and that their families are comforted with peace and memories. love barbara & Jesus

Posted: 26 Sept 2007 at 2:27 pm


Thank you for this tribute to these brave women. Let it be a reminder to all of us to be courageous and committed to the struggles which are our own.


Desi, New York
Posted: 23 Sept 2007 at 5:21 pm



My thinking is like others that has written a comment. I didn't know there were so many young women of color loosing their lives for us. Actually, I hear so much about the men that I never thought about our women. Rest asure I won't forget now. I thank you also for putting this together and sending it out so we can see the faces, and know that our women are out there fighting for us also.The Bible says that there will be wars and rumors of wars and this war even though we can't stop it because it is the will of God, we must keep praying and trusting that he know what he's doing. You have to have a personal relationship with him to understand that for whatever reason he has allowed to let this happen, he is still in control. Keep praying and trusting because he has not forgotten about our soldiers. God Bless all of you.


Tiger Lady, S. A. Tx.

Posted: 18 Sept 2007 at 10:49 pm

Thank you for doing what we the National Association of Black Military Women try to do everyday.  We will certainly make a link to your page of honor.  They will always be in our prayers.



Posted: 17 Sept 2007 at 11:14 pm

Thanks for remembering these fine ladies who put their lives on the line for us. For those who gave their lives in service to their country, and to those who came home with injuries received in this war, I can never thank all of you ladies enough. I salute your enormous sacrifices, and I bow in obeisance to all of you.


Ann, Houston, Texas

Posted: 17 Sept 2007 at 10:48 am



My prayers go out to all of the families and friends of all the heros who lost their lives protecting us.  I am blessed to have my sister return home to share her life with us.  I will continue to pray for all who defend our country, especially all of the brave black females who took that major step to safeguard us all.  You will never be forgotten.  Thank you.

C. A. Davis and Family, Staten Island, NY

Posted: 10 Sept 2007 at 7:57 am



As a retired female veteran, I was blessed to have come home able to continue my life.  I thank you for taking the time to remember the women of the Armed Service who gave their lives for this country.  We often forget about them and I thank you for remembering them with such an elegant honor.  May God Bless You, those still fighting, and their famlies.  And May the Lord above guide our leaders to end this war and send all those fighting home.

Ret. SFC Martin, V.G., New York

Posted: 08 Sept 2007 at 8:03 am



May God's eternal Blessings forever be bestowed on these brave women and the families / children of these brave women who gave their lives so that we can continue to Live in these United States of America. Thank-you Sister's VWeaver

Vicki, Atlanta, GA

Posted: 04 Sept 2007 at 9:33 pm



Thank you for this, we need to see their faces. I am so sadden by all this lost. These women and other brave soldiers will never be forgotten. This is a special place on the internet for me.


Alicia, FL

Posted: 04 Sept 2007 at 9:13 pm



my deepest sympathy

God save their them and keep their families save


rose  st-fort, powdersprings ga.

Posted: 04 Sept 2007 at 6:39 pm





Posted: 30 Aug 2007 at 2:55 pm



my heart and soul goes out to all the family who lost a love, but there in a
better place. looking down saying that ther did something great for there
country and for our freedom. and i just want to thank all the falling soldiers .
God Bless you


carlesha, georgia

Posted: 24 Aug 2007 at 8:03 am



My heart goes out to all the families, mothers, fathers, children, who have lost love ones in this senseless war. May God continue to give you strength. Please we must Pray for an end to this senseless war. The future generation is being killed or coming home useless. What does our future hold. Pray Pray Pray for world peace.


Posted: 21 Aug 2007 at 8:51 am



May GOD bless the families of these beatiful women who have lost their lives for a senseless war.

Leslye A., CA

Posted: 17 Aug 2007 at 6:28 pm



There is no easy manner of mourning for the loss of loved ones,but I pray that the families are believers and rest in the peace of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in order to get through this difficult time. My heart goes out to you all.Much love and prayer. .


Onike Wynn, College Park GA

Posted: 16 Aug 2007 at 7:22 am



My heart and prayers go out to the families of these fallen soldiers. I pray that the was ends soon and that all troops will return home safely.


June Simpson, NC

Posted: 15 Aug 2007 at 8:11 pm



I am 2o years old, and tears flooded my eyes when I saw how many young women lost their lives. THIS POINTLESS WAR NEEDS TO CEASE! Too many people are dying. From soilders, to innocent people, to CHILDREN. This is just WRONG! My heart goes to out to all the families that have lost anyone due to this war, and I pray that these women and all those who have lost their lives find peace. .


Vanessa Williams, Ontario Canada

Posted: 15 Aug 2007 at 2:34 pm



I'm a retired military solider. I am filled with grief and sadness with this deplorable act that this war has left on the lives of our friends, family, love ones, and the world as a whole. The impact that this horrific and senseless war has cause and the lost of lives is beyond comprehension. My heart and prays goes out to each and every family who lost love ones during this belligerent and combative nonsense. I agree “Enough is Enough”. Please continue to pray each day and night that this war will end and bring our love ones home to us. .


Karen Y. R., NY

Posted: 15 Aug 2007 at 9:06 am



I pray that these women did not lose their lives in vain. It has been too long and too much suffering. ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!! Let's pull out and bring out troops home. To the families of these beautiful and courageous women...You loved them but God loved them best..I extend my support and prayers to each and every family that is or has been affected by this war.


LaTanya H, CA

Posted: 14 Aug 2007 at 1:08 pm


As I began to read the tribute my heart became heavy and I began to say a prayer for their families. Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Aunts and Friends we lost a heritage, but not forgotten. I Thank God for their bravery and courage. God send our people home in Jesus name. Amen.


Evelyn, CA

Posted: 13 Aug 2007 at 8:54 pm



My friend sent me this page. My heart goes out to all the families of these brave women. I had no idea there were so many black women that lost their lives. this so sad.


J. Vernon, NC

Posted:  12 Aug 2007 at 1:07 pm



My deepest condolences goes out to the families of all the brave men and women. I dedicated this tribute to these black women of color in particular, because I want their names and faces to always be remembered and honored by all. May they rest in peace and I could only thank them in this manner for making this self-less and tremendous sacrifice for us all. As a proud black woman, I will always remember these women, their names and their faces.



Posted:  18 April 2006 at 8:03 pm

Tributetoblackwomen.com/patriot  2006