Fallen Heroes of Operation Enduring Freedom

Remembering the servicemembers who died in the service of their country.

Air Force Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano

24, of Del Rio, Texas.
Losano was a tactical air command and control specialist assigned to the 14th Air Support Operation Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina. Died on April 25, 2003.

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"to Raymond's family, it is 2016 and he is NOT forgotten. Our hometown is so proud of its son.
I knew you in highschool ROTC and you were a silly,typical highschool boy and always had us gals laughing but you loved ROTC and your dedication showed. I am proud to have known you and cannot express my and my family's gratitude for your service and ultimate sacrifice. May you rest in peace."
friend of Del Rio, Texas

"Your still in my heart. Happy birthday. Love you always"
friend of tucson, az

"Thinking of you today. Hate that you are gone, but know you are in Heaven with no pain, no worries, and a blessing to all. I will march in the Carry the Load Memorial March this year in your memory and my friends Eric's memory. I will put the Good Morning Vietnam Soundtrack into my team ruck and we will all Carry you with us :)."
Brandi of Texas

"Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano will be remembered and honored at the College Station, Texas City Council meeting on Novmeber 13, 2014."
Ben Roper of College Station, Texas

"Never Forgotten Brother"
Raul "Bino" of Del Rio Texas born and raised

"I miss you. I talked about you yesterday. I think about you often."
A friend of Tucson, AZ

"I miss you tio. I love you and think about you everyday...thank you for your eltimate sacrifice for our country. May u continue to rest in peace."
Kayla Hernandez of del rio tx

"Remembering Ten Years Ago Today When You Went To Be In heaven.We Miss You And Your Memory Lives. Until We Meet Again.#Americanhero#"
Selina Rodriguez of born in Del Rio

"Remembering You, Happy Birthday Raymond."

"Raymond Lasano is remembered in the Dustoff Memorial push ups performed by California Army National Guard MEDEVAC C Co. 1/168th http://youtu.be/qGzd3Ypnoeg"
Elizabeth of Mather, CA

"To the family of:Raymond Losano
I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. My heart cries out for you in your grief and you have my thoughts and prayers. He died a hero defending freedom. May you have the peace and understanding that only comes from God. Prayerfully we will all meet in Heaven one day where we will rest in the arms of Jesus. If you need prayer or need someone to talk to, please call or write my pastor: Rev. John Pearrell 11677 Brown Bridge Rd., Covington, GA 30016. (770)787-1015.
Your friend in Jesus Christ, Polly Ballew Covington,Ga""

"Brother, I miss you today more than ever. I cant believe its been 9 years. May the angels watch over you."
B of Texas

"My sweet boy. Nine years tomorrow. Unbelieveable. You would be 33 now. Your girls are growing up and beautiful. Sara is doing a great job raising them. They both just ran a 5K race. They are so smart. Not sure where they got that from. :) I remembered your birthday this year and to tell your portrait Happy Birthday so you wouldn't bug me all day like you did last year. Your Tio says he swears you follow me with your eyes in that picture that Silvia did for us. You probably do. We always did have a special closeness, didn't we? Your Tio and I miss you every day but we know you are safe and at peace and with loved ones. You know that TJ visits you often. He's so proud of you. His little cousin. He's due to retire from the Navy in another year. What a time you two would have had. Well, my little devil, we love you always. Talk soon."
Thelma Gonzales of Tucson, AZ, USA

"TODAY WOULD HAVE BEEN YOUR 33 BIRTHDAY, AND YET AFTER 9 YEARS I STILL WAITED OFR YOUR CALL YESTERDAY. I MISS YOU AND THINK ABOUT YOU ALL THE TIME. UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!!!LOVE YA!"
JULI of SAN ANTONIO,TX

"Ray,In your memory we live on NOT ever forgeting you gave all while others gave some.As aGold Star father I pray the angel of confort always hoover over you.Ray you are now on your heavenly mission say hello to J. T. Rivero while you guys guard the gates of heaven."
John Rivero,USAF((Ret) Major. of Spartanburg SC.

"Raymond and his heroic efforts are told in a story about half way through this 10 minute presentation. It is very moving and speaks about the last hours of his life. He will always be remembered for who he was and what he did and how he lived his life. With kindest regards,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GjSFnbWYbM"
Elizabeth of Mather, CA

"I met A1C Ray Losano when I was a SSgt at Pope AFB, NC. I met Ray while working the in-processing line at the Military Personnel Flight. Ray was do an enlistment bonus and at the time our payment processing wasn't the best and it took much longer than necessary to get the pay out. Ray was briefed on this process and followed all instructions perfectly. I had the privilege to meet with him several times before the process was complete, I was thoroughly impressed with his professionalism. He was certainly a Sharp Airman and one who set the example for others to follow. I have thought of Ray every memorial day and I just wanted to let his family know that really thought highly of him! God Bless you Brother!"
Christopher N. Walker, SSgt, USAF of Mt. Crawford, VA

"To all concerned,
I rememeber Ray from Del Rio High School, he was a quiet kid and was very smart. I did not know what ever happened to him until years later when we got the news from the News Herald, we were all heartbroken. He made the ultimate sacrifice, God bless his family as they carry on. Thank you for your sacrifice."
Amigo of Sierra Vista, Az

"Primo, you have been gone a long time now. Your girls are growing up and so beautiful, you would be proud. We all miss you so much. Yesterday, it all came together and Bin Laden is gone. I am sure you and all the other soldiers whom have left us are rejoycing, it is because of you & your fellow armed force men that we are free and now we will be able to find some peace with our loss.

I love you and miss you.
GOB BLESS YOU, AMERICA AND ALL THE FALLEN"
YOUR FAMILY of TUCSON , AZ

"Hello,

I would like thank you and your family for your service. Some people just donít know the sacrifice we as military members and their families make. I am currently in Kandahar Afghanistan and I live in Camp Losano. When we arrived the MSG Chief gave us a quiz of who Camp Losano was named after. My ESFS Commander knew every question. And I thought wow Sir you have been here for a while. He said itís not that,Ē he said we should all know; itís a form of respectĒ. And I said you are so right Sir. So thank you again, and God bless your family and everyone that loves and misses you.

SSgt Wyatt/ESFS Kandahar Afghanistan"

"Ray,
I miss you brother. You were always a friend and a brother to me. I taught your survival class before you left. I wish I had done you better. To your wife and child, I am sorry that you did not come home. I only wish that I could have kept this fate from happening. I love you and will never forget the times we shared. I carry a dog tag with your name everyday. I try to honor your memory with everything I do."
John Pillard of USAF, from Del Rio

"I miss you still. I love you."
A Friend of Tucson, AZ

"Ray, thinking of you and Sarah. God, your girls are so beautiful.

Love and respect,"
Leighanne Atwood of Anchorage, AK

"In memory you will live on forever."
SGT Mathew Meyers

"Hey Ray! Just wanted to say Happy Birthday! I know it was yesterday, April 20th, but I couldn't bring myself to get online. I miss you still!!! And remember you daily. Hope you are watching out for all of us!"
Juli Elizondo of San Antonio,TX

"Ray
I think of you and Lee all the time my friend. I remember doing your Eval so you could get mission ready to go over. I tell all my friends how you started the evaluation with a cigar to butter up the evaluator, but you did not need it. Ray I promise to come see you when I get down that way. I still have the pictures from your service and it still brings tears to my eyes. Lee, bless you my friend and miss you guys.
MSgt Terry L Maksim. Ret"
Terry L Maksim of West Newton, Pa

""From one Air Force family to another, Just know your son and your family will be in our thoughts.
My son is in Basic Training right now. We leave for graduation in the middle of August. When I watch the Airmen's Run on the first morning, I will think of your boy. It's important to not forget.
God Bless""
An Airman's mother of Ohio USA

"Msgt Blackwell, Hope all is well, been a long time since we last talked. I'm the friend who lived next door to you at the base and brought you something to help the pain that day we lost Ray. Good Luck in all you do brother...I too haven't forgotten that day."
A friend in black of the world

"Hey Bro, miss you riding in the back of our truck...I still haven't forgotten that day. Hope you and Dennis are doing well, cheers brother..."
A friend in Black of the world

"Hi! amigo. Im proud of you.Recuerdo tu sonrisa y tu ganas de aprender a bailar salsa recuerdo las pisadita que me diste y las ganas de conocer Panama. God bless your family."
Alexis Sofia of Panama- Navarre,FL

"Ray,

I'm sorry to say I didn't get the chance to know you better. I've never felt so helpless as the day we lost you. I pray for you and your family every day. You are and always will be a hero."
Andrew Hanna (HQ Plt, B Co 3/504 PIR) of Bloomington, IL

"Ray,

I think of you, Sarah and the girls often and especially when reflecting on my own life and blessings... you are all in my thoughts and in my heart."
Leighanne Atwood of Anchorage, AK

"Ray, because of a PCS move I'll be unable to see you this month but I will be there to see you in July buddy. God bless you and keep your family safe."
MSgt Blackwell of United States Air Force Academy

"If I am not mistaken, you gave your life near Shkin. They call it Losano Ridge now. I lost a friend near there shortly after you. We fought hard numerous times on the battlefield in which you fell. I really know nothing about you, but your name is on a KIA bracelet that I've worn since my buddy was killed."
Matt O of Illinois (1-87 INF)

"To the family of Raymond Losano,
This past Saturday, the annual Wreaths Across America ceremony took place at Arlington. I was walking by with one wreath left and noticed your loved one was in the Air Force. I layed one at his grave and have a picture. If anyone knows how to contact his family, I would love to pass it on. Later, I looked up his story and was shocked to see, that out of all the graves I could have layed one at, My best Friend Scott Duffman, KIA 18 FEB 2007 and Raymond, were both stationed out of Pope AFB at the time of their death...
Crystal Cox
please contact me at
crystalacox@comcast.net"
Crystal of Aberdeen NC

"December 8, 2007
To the family of Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano:
Raymond gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"I want to wish my condolences to Raymond losano's family. I cant say I really knew him but I think of him and his family everyday. May god bless his family"
Andy Kent ( formerly of 3rd PLT B-3/504)

"Ray,
Today, marking the 6th anniversary of the terriost attacks, you were remembered at the noon and evening mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Your mom and dad were there. I can't imagine their feelings seeing your picture on the altar. Your picture has stayed in the church since the first mass was celebrated when you returned home. Thank you for your sacrifice so that America can enjoy freedom."
Mrs. Gloria Sotelo of Del Rio, Texas

"Ray,
It was hard to see that you are six rows back now. It was nice to see Sarah and the girls again this year and also good that the Bragg Men are still going every year. It was very emotional for me this year, not sure why but I still miss and think of you everyday. I hope I'm making you proud."
MSgt Blackwell of Air Force Academy

"It has been so long since I have seen your face, but I remember you everyday.

Love you"
Friend of Tucson, AZ

"Hey Ray!I know I have not talked to you in a while but I have been busy with work, and my son. Just wanted to tell you that everyday I see my new nephew I see you! You were watching over him I know, for there was to be something wrong with him, but he is healthy and growing. He was born on your birthday and I know that you made it possible for him to be healthy and of course born on your birthday. You and I shared alot when you were here... now my nephew shares your birthday. Continue to take care of us. For we always have you in our hearts! I will always love you!!!!"
Juli of SA,TX

"Dear Ray,
I miss you very much, what a wonderful person you were. Your children are beautiful they remind me of you. I just saw Sara and my have they grown. Thank you for all you have done. I solute you. God bless you Ray! I hope you dance.
Love your Friend, Brianne Frag"
Brianne of Redding

"RAY,
THE DAY I FOUND OUT YOU WERE GONE WAS DA DAY I TRIED GOOGLING YOU TO FIND OUT HOW I COULD KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOU N HOW WE COULD GET IN CONTACT AGAIN. THAT WA DA SADDEST DAY OF MY LIFE BUT I KNO YOU ARE IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE AND YOU ARE WATCHING OVER US RIGHT NOW. YOU WERE ALWAYS A GOOD FRIEND N A TRUE HERO IN MY EYES. MY LOVE GOES OUT TO YOU N YOUR FAMILY. I MISS YOU, FRIEND."
MARJORIE of CAMARILLO,CALI

"Ray,

I am sorry to say that the only time that I saw you; I could do nothing to help you. I worked ATOC at Bagram and lived two tents down from your tent in AF Village. I heard about you when you arrived and stood proud in formation when you left us.

One of my good friends was a medic there in Bagram and was very distraught by the fact that they could not bring you back. He told me that when you came into Bagram on the night of April 25th your eyes were very much alive and still fighting. You hung in there, valiantly longer then your body thought it could.

The first time I saw you, was the afternoon of the 26th. It was a clear day full of sunshine and had a constant breeze whispering. I stood at attention at the door of the C-130 when we loaded you up and sent you home. As the sun bathed my face in light and warmth, I thought about my own family, how I was blessed to have them in my life, and how we all take certain things for granted.

I think of you and your sacrifice a lot Ray. I want you, your family, and friends to know that I appreciate you, and honor your memory.

james.carson@mcguire.af.mil"
TSgt. James E. Carson III of Air Mobility Warfare Center, Ft. Dix, NJ

"Ray, went to visit you on the 25th of Apr and got to see Sarah and the girls. Your Aunt was there also as well as you cousin in the Navy, TJ I think real sharp man. It's still hard after three years to live with the fact that you're gone. I hope I'm making you proud brother."
TSgt Lee Blackwell of United States Air Focre Academy

"It has been three years since you have been gone. I think about you often. You will remain in my heart forever. A little piece of my heart was taken the day you were taken. I love you."
Friend of Tucson

"I keep dreaming of you. I wish you were here."
friend of Tucson, AZ

"Thanksgiving came and went again. I remember the holidays we used to share together. I miss you and think about you everyday. You made me cry and you made me laugh. I know you were brought into my life for a reason. After everything we went through, the pain, the goodtimes we still remained soul mates. I am so angry you are gone. I love you, always have and always will. You were the best part of me for a long time. Miss your smile."
A Friend of Tucson, AZ

"Ray,
I talked to Alf the other day and it is funny but after all these years he still tells ALL of his girlfriends before they get all jealous of us talking :"it's Ray's girlfriend". HAHAHA, how long ago was that? But I guess he knows what we meant to each other and how much we loved each other. Anyhow, I just wanted to let you know that you are still in my mind, heart and soul. WIll be going to Del Rio for Thanksgiving and will stop by and check on your family, for I know that if I think of you all the time, how they must feel.I dream about you all the time, and I am not sure if you are coming into my dreams to tell me you are still in my life but it seems to be so real. You alive and talking to me like you never left. Thank you! I really do miss you and will keep you in my life forever! Mis Ojos LLoran Por Ti! Don't forget our song! Miss you! Juli"
Juli Elizondo of Del Rio now San Antonio

"Raymond,
I would like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country. And to your family, I wish toe extend my deepest sympathy."
Mike Casey of El Paso, Texas

"Raymond,
I still cant believe your gone, It seems like your just away on some kind of trip and youll be home shortley. But I know that this is not true. I miss you so much and I will never forget all that you have done for me. You were like a nother bro to me, and I hope that you knew that. Now that I have grown and joind the ARMY, I know that you will protect me in all that I do. Raymond I love and miss you so much.
Love you always."
Little Cousin Kimberly of Tucson, AZ

"Ray,
I read all of these stories from people who loved you when you were alive and those who loved you after you were gone. I know that you know who has written in this memorial, I am sure you are laughing because where were they when you were alive. I am trying not to get angry, it's just that I miss you and I am trying to figure everything out still."
Friend of Tucson, AZ

"Ray,
It's been two years since your death and Tony, myself and my mom still talk about and think about you. You were such a great person and we shared a lot of laughs with you. From going to the movies, bowling, golf tournaments and eating at Macarroni Grill. I was going through some pictures the other day and found one of you from a halloween party we had back in 1998 right after Tony and I got married. You were dressed as GI Joe. I treasure that picture because just seeing you dressed in military fatigues reminds me of what you did for our country. When you passed away I was two months away from giving birth to my son and I could not imagine what your wife must have been going through being pregnant and losing you. I pray for her and your daugthers to continue to have strength as well as your parents and your family. I share with your cousin Guera the fun memories I have of you. We miss you Ray!!!"
Denise Reis of Tucson, Az

"Ray, I think about you everyday brother. Even though I'm not at Bragg anymore, I tell your story to anyone who will listen. I guess it's my way of keeping you alive and telling people how proud I am to have been with you there at the end. It was crazy when they first opened up on us and you could actually see them so close to us. When we hit the ground I looked back at you and you were calm just waiting to be told what to do and then you did it flawlessly and professionaly. After you got hit it was the look in your eyes that I can't forget, the fear. God, I wish I could have done something to help you, to keep you here with us. I would give up all the medals in the world to have you back with us. I felt and still feel helpless and wish I could have done more, I'm sorry. I will continue to tell your story so you are remembered and live on. I'm honored to have work with you and to have know such a fine man. I'm a changed man because of you and what we went through together, I will never forget you."
TSgt Lee Blackwell of United States Air Focre Academy

"We Will NEVER FORGET !"
Please KNOW as you reach and pass the 2nd anniv. of his passing, we are remembering your family Your HERO, Raymond will be remembered ! God Bless you ALWAYS. Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"Raymond,I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME WE MET, THE LAST TIME WE SAW EACH OTHER AND THE LAST TIME WE SPOKE. EVEN THOUGH WE WERE SO FAR AWAY YOU ALWAYS KNEW WHEN SOMETHING WAS WRONG. THE DAY I FOUND OUT THAT YOU WERE GONE I COULDN'T BELIEVE IT I PINCHED MYSELF BECAUSE I THOUGHT THAT I WAS DREAMING, BUT NO IT WAS NOT A DREAM IT WAS ALL TO REAL AND A REALITY I DIDN'T WANT TO ACCEPT. YOU ARE ALWAYS IN MY THOUGHTS AND YOUR FAMILY IS ALWAYS IN MY PRAYERS. I KNOW YOU ARE WATCHING OVER US. BUT MAN I WISH YOU WERE STILL HERE. I WILL MISS AND LOVE YOU ALWAYS. THANK YOU FOR BEING THE GREAT HERO THAT YOU ARE TO ME AND MILLIONS OF OTHERS AND ESPECIALLY YOUR WIFE AND GIRLS."
FRIEND of TEXAS

"God Bless you and your family. We will not
forget those who fell for our freedom. We will never forget you."
Bryan of Clarksville,TN

"You are a great man Ray, thank you for defending our country. To your family thank you for raising such a brave soul. RAY YOU WERE AND STILL ARE GUNG-HO"
SrA Trent Bourland of Sheppard AFB TX

"Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I can't help but remember all of the Thanksgivings we spent together. I keep waiting for you to come through the door. I miss you more than you know."
Your friend of Tucson, Arizona

"Ray, What's up bro! You can't imagine how much I miss you man. Life at the 14th isn't the same for me with you gone. It was an honor to serve and train with you. You were one of the best individuals I've ever worked with and had the privilege of knowing. Your dedication and determination has inspired me to be a better dad and individual. I've always thought of you as my brother and in many ways you are. Thank you for being my friend and at times my motivation, rest in peace brother cause one day I'll see you again. To the Losano Family thank you for your sacrifice, and raising a great man and father. All of you are always in my prayers!

02 Nov 2004"
Francisco Corona of Pope AFB, NC

"Ray, :)
You are one of the best things that's happened to me in a long time. You will forever be in my heart and thoughts.
I miss you.
LOVE YOU."
Friend of North Carolina

"Thanks for stepping forward when America needed you. To the family - Thank you for your contribution to our liberty and freedom. I'm sorry for your tremendous loss."
Ronald Carlson of Montrose, MN

"Ray,
Reading all of these messages makes my heart full. You never thought that anyone could or would remember you. Know that you have made a permanent mark on everyone's lives. I miss you everyday. I think of you everyday. You are my soul mate and I know that we will see each other again. I miss you."
Your first Tucson friend of Tucson, Arizona

"Ray, I have been so blessed to have had you in my life. It has been a year and a half since you past, and I still catch myself looking for you around base. I haven't even had the heart to erase your number from my cell phone. I'm now deployed, but I carry your picture with me. You are my modivation. My personal hero. Even in your death, you have found a way to keep my spirts up. Just goes to show what a truely special person you were. I love you Ray. We all miss you so very much. You will always be in my heart. And I will treasure your memory forever. Thank you so much for everything."
Sra Marcia Jones of Fayetteville, NC

"Ray,
I will never forget your first run at P.T. at T.A.C.P. school. SSgt Martin and I looked over. You had blood pouring from your nose, but the thought of quitting never crossed your mind. I have never seen a student commit himself to training a hard as you. I train hundreds of students a year. Some I remember. Some I do not. You were one that I could never forget. Thank you for your sacrifice.
Sincerely,
Your Instructor"

"Ray,
Your girls are growing up beautifully, as I am sure you know. We will always make sure that they know what a great man their daddy was. God Bless."
The Bosetti Family of California

"Airman Losano, goodbye soldier and thank you. You are my hero"
Bill of Houston, Texas

"Raymond,
You were my childhood bestfriend. We spent countless hours at your house or my grandma's house on Bean St. in San Felipe just thinking of what kinda of trouble we can get ourselves into. I'll never forget the times we shared together. You will forever be in my heart and prayers. We miss you bro!"
Sam Gutierrez of Del Rio, Tx

"Raymond,
I remember all those years you called to wish me a Happy Birthday. But then again how could you forget if it was a day before yours. You touched my heart and soul like no other person has. The memories we made will never beforgotten, but will be treasured for all eternity. It has been a little over a year since you have been gone and yet the disbelieve and hurt have not left my heart. I still wonder if someone will come to tell me it was a mistake and you are really still with us all. But those are just wishful dreams that I know will never be. Just know that you will ALWAYS be in my heart and thoughts. I miss you so much and I still weep for you. I wonder if you are laughing from Heaven at when my mom used to call yuo "RAINMAN" for all those tears you made me cry. Well, I still do, and as long as you are not hear they will always be. I hope to see you in Heaven...save me a spot. I thank GOD every day that he let me be in your life, you made me a better person, and for that I am grateful. Thank you! LOVE YOU! and you will be greatly missed.
Always in my thoughts and prayers,
Juli Elizondo"
JULI ELIZONDO of DEL RIO, TX

"Dear Losano Family: I am so very sorry for the loss of your loved one. I will NEVER FORGET Raymond and the sacrafice he made. He is a TRUE AMERICAN HERO now and forever. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless. Raymond: THANK YOU. May you rest in peace."
Jessica of Rio Vista,CA

"Ray,

I am proud to have known you.

Matthew 11

28 Come to me, all you have are weary and burdened and I will give you rest.

29 Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls."
Leighanne Atwood of San Diego, CA

"Ray,
You were such a friendly, loving, caring person. We are so honored that we were able to have you as a friend and spend time with you. What you have done for our country will never be forgotten."
Denise &Tony Reis of Tucson, Az

"God Bless You, Raymond Losano! My family is from the Del Rio area and we attended the memorials in your honor. Your duties will not go forgotten. Thank you for being a hero!"
Monica of Del Rio, Texas

"I will always remember those hot summer days we spent doing our paper routes and eating at the "Tamale Hut." You were a great friend Raymond. I will forever miss your friendship.
Semper Fidelis!"
Cpl.Israel Rodriguez of Okinawa,Japan

"Airman 1st Class Losano died while serving as the link between air and ground units. How many American lives he saved with his skill and his bravery under fire are countless.

He risked himself so that his fellow soldier could live. That's what makes the victory over the evil of terrorism possible.

He was among the very best this nation had. Our thanks and deep respect go to him and his family."
The Estes Family of Phoenix, AZ

"Thank you Raymond Losano, you will not be forgotten. Your bravery goes beyond words. I want to express my deepest gratitude for your sacrifice. To the family and friends, my prayers and deep condolences in your loss. May God strengthen you from knowing that fellow Americans and people around the world care about you and grieve with you in your loss. God bless you all. A very appreciative fellow American,"
Leo Titus of Grayslake, Illinios

"To the family and friends of Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano:
May God's grace be with you during your time of grief. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and we feel your loss and share in your sorrow. Bless Raymond for the sacrifice he has made to make a better life for the rest of us."
The Ford Family of Wells, Nevada

"To the family and friends of Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano:
I am saddened by the loss of your loved one. He will always be remembered as a hero for fighting for freedom. I hope that this website will be a source of comfort and encouragement for you during this difficult time, and in the future as you recall the memories of Raymond, who continues to live on in your heart."
Tim Rivera of Powder Springs, Georgia

Honor them by remembering... Freedom - is their gift to us But his soul goes marching on