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Thoughts of Jimmy   / Kari Sorenson (None)
I wore Jimmy's bracelet for many years as a teenager, beginning in 1974. I've recently returned the bracelet to his father. I wanted to thank Jimmy for his service to his country and for the protection his sacrifice provided to all of us. I'll always...  Continue >>
I bought James' MIA bracelet today   / Kim Fiscus (MIA bracelet )
In June I attended m nieces graduation at Gunter Air Force base in Montgomery Alabama, I purchased a MIA/POW bracelet. The date "my soldier" went missing was 12/24/1968 - it just touched a cord in me. As I was walking out of the museum, I saw a bra...  Continue >>
My CONDOLENCES   / Tonnette Monroe (None)
Hello

On this day Veteran's Day I would like to extend my condolences. I have been wearing throughout the years SMSGT. Caniford's POW/MIA bracelet.

I initially ordered the bracelet when I was based at McChord Air Force Base Wash...  Continue >>
My deepest condolences   / Hendrick Polanco
My deepest condolences. May these fewwords from the Holy Scriptures bring you comfort in your time of grief... John 11:32-45 32 And so Mary, when she arrived where Jesus was and caught sight of him, fell at his feet, saying to him: “Lord, if yo...  Continue >>
I knew Jim   / Tom Heitzman (USAF Friend )
To the Caniford Family I was stationed with Jim at Forbes AFB, Kansas prior to his departure for Southeast Asia (SEA). We both lived in the same barracks and I considered Jim a very good friend. I was also friends with the girl Jim was seei...  Continue >>
Closure for the loved ones left wondering.  / Jayne Caniford (maybe 3rd cousin )    Read >>
My prayers are with you ...  / Pamela Jackson (No Relation )    Read >>
I LOOKED AT YOUR SONS WEB SITE.  / TARA LEATHER (PARENTS FRIEND )    Read >>
Comfort and Peace / Linda Henson (childhood friends)    Read >>
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