Guest Post: Karen Fisher From Gold Star Families

My husband, Sgt. Paul Fisher, died in November 2003 when his Chinook helicopter was shot down by a missile over Fallujah, Iraq. His life was the military and he believed in it 100%. Read more about Paul’s story here.

Paul believed in his mission of fighting the war in Iraq. He also believed that they were making progress in Iraq. I know my husband loved the military, I know he wanted to be there, and I know he was proud to be there. My husband told me this all the time

The military is not for everyone, but for those who wish to be a part of it, we need to give them 100% of our support. The best way to do this is to get the good word out about the progress in Iraq through as many media outlets as possible. I have joined Families United, an organization who has pledged to make this their mission. Learn more here.

So I’m asking you to help me complete this mission by sending a message to the media.

Please go to this website – www.FamiliesUnitedMission.com/letter, sign the letter, and forward it to your friends.

I hope you will join me in encouraging the national media to recognize that Iraqi Liberation Day is on April 9th. Don’t Ignore this Milestone!

Sincerely,

Karen Fisher
Gold Star Wife
Cedar Rapids, IA

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