The BWG project is to commemorate those who have falling while on duty for the country in its quest to spread freedom and democracy across the world and help retain the stability of the nation.
Those service men who sacrificed their lives in this pursuit have our upmost respect and admiration. The country wouldn't be what it is today if not for the gallant efforts of our leaders who have steered the ship while given difficult orders and thus forcing these actions which have been claimed as necessary to create the stability and freedom we enjoy today.
It is of great sadness that we must learn about the dishonesty of those who have given orders from the top who we find in a large majority have indeed very low morality and have been caught exploiting the public purse to furnish their own backyards and luxuries.
It is a disgrace that we find our service men have lost their lives while following orders of such men and women who claimed to have the moral standing and capacity to make such judgments, yet while they dictated policies of war and invasion, they at the same time were claiming expenses beyond that which is often paid in compensation to war victims.
To fund our cause, consider honoring a service man or woman. In honor of those who've lost their lives in war, shop for exclusive Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Army memorial ornaments -- the perfect memorial ornament that can be personalized with the fallen patriot's name, rank and birth/death dates. All are hand painted and created by artists rather than machines. Consider supporting through your purchase of memorial ornaments honoring our fallen heroes gallant efforts.
Many returning military men and women who physically survived the war, have emotional scars that reach far beyond the quick fix of a bandage. To honor these service people, consider military Christmas ornaments as it's never too late to say "thanks" when the sentiment is heart-felt. An acknowledgment--even years later--for sacrifice beyond the call or duty, goes a long way to healing wounds of the heart.
2009 In Sadness