May 27, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography



A link for reflection on this Memorial Day:


"These bedrooms once belonged to men and women who died fighting in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. These fallen men and women were blown up by IEDs, RPGs, hand grenades and suicide bombers. They were shot down in ambushes and by snipers. They died in helicopters, in humvees, and in tanks. It all took place thousands of miles away from home, and the country they fought to defend.

The purpose of this project is to honor these fallen - not simply as soldiers, marines, airmen and seamen, but as sons, daughters, sisters and brothers - and to remind us that before they fought, they lived, and they slept, just like us, at home." Click to view

See Also:

  "As Memorial Day Nears, a Single Image That Continues to Haunt"

                 Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery

                Monroe Gallery of Photography: Memorial Day, 2011
                                                                      Memorial Day, 2010


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