Fallen Heroes of Operation Enduring Freedom

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Air Force Senior Airman Jason D. Cunningham

26, of Camarillo, California.
Killed in action in eastern Afghanistan during Operation Anaconda. Died on March 4, 2002.

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"Sending my condolences to all of the troops out there now, especially him."
Chairman Dempsey of Washington DC

"Thank you Sir, you have lead the way for others to follow, you're my hero, I will become an Air Force Pararescueman in my life, and when I do, I'll come and visit you, Rest in Peace Sir."

"- Love hath no other than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
Estevez, Joshua Lee of Boynton Beach, FL, United States.

"You are still very much missed and loved."

"Today is the 10 year anniversary of your death brother. I really miss you."
Tom Lynn of Miami,FL

"Today the military members of Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan will host a 7.6 mile ruck march and memorial service in honor and remembrance of you, Jason. We will never, never forget what you did that day. God bless your family. May they find solace know that we will always remember your ultimate sacrifice. <3"
SSgt Comer of Bagram, AF

I am a member of the civil air patrol cadet program (USAF Auxiliary) in the virginia wing. People like you are whom our achievements are named after. I plan to go onto the greater service of our country as a fighter pilot in the USAF. I give you a final salute...and I greatly appreciate the fact that you had the selflessness to go on to serve our country.

"The battle sir is not to the brave alone; it is to the active, the vigilant, the brave...""
C/SAmn Kaitlyn M. Benz, Civil Air Patrol, USAF Auxiliary of chesapeake,va

"SrA Cunningham,
I am a Flight Medic stationed out of NCANG. I too am doing my ALS report about you and the amazing things you have done! You are my hero with out a doubt. What you did for your brothers and team is something that will NEVER be forgotten!! You have inspired me in so many ways you could never know. Thank you for your service and selfless sacrifice! My god keep you safe as you watch down on us."
SrA Pomoty of Charlotte, NC USA

"I knew both Jason and Theresa when stationed in Naples It. I was Jason roommate until we moved in the new barracks.He always talked about his family and was a heck of friend. I send my condolences to Theresa and his family."
John Hooper of Berryville Va

"I knew Jason when he attended Farmington H.S. He and I had a lot of fun and I remember he was always tinkering with his old jet skis. He was a great man then, now and forever. Thank you Jason for protecting all of us, you will not be forgotten and I am a lucky one that has the memories we shared. God bless."
HN of Farmington, New Mexico

"My dearest Jason, the anniversary date is fast approaching again marking 9 years since you have been gone. I thought it would get easier for me but I miss you more than I can put into words.
With the holidays coming again, it makes me miss you even more. Son you were always my hero, I am very proud of you. So many people have said so many wonderful things about you, but as your mom I knew these things already. What I would not give for 5 more minutes with you. I know you are with Pop now and that gives me some comfort, how he loved his J-boy. I still pray everyday that we will get to see your girls, it has been over 8 years now. Jason I will always love you so much you were the best son any mom could ask for.
Love Mom"
Jackie Cunningham of Gallup, NM

"All vets pay some...some pay all from their signed blank check to AMERICA! God Bless you and your family A1C Jason Cunningham...a (final salute) to you is very difficult, but so gratifying in your honor.

USAF Vet,/CI-US Dpt. of Justice, ret."
of Mississippi, USA

"My deepest sympathies go out to Theresa and your daughters. Knowing what a hero Jason was, when called upon, is little solace for your loss. You should take comfort knowing Jason gave the ultimate sacrificed for this Country doing something he truly loved and deeply believed in. Jason's actions that fateful day meant that at least 10 other families didn't have to go through what you did.
He will never be forgotten by me and many of his Comrade at Arms - no one is really gone as long as they are remembered. To my research and knowledge, Camp Cunningham is the only Army Post I know of dedicated in the memory of a non-Army military member.
Jason was a great man taken from us way too soon. His name will forever be synonymous with the slogan "That Others May Live."
There is a special place in heaven for him and in our hearts. Godspeed!"
Lt Col R.P.M. of AFSOC

"I did not know Jason, but today my life is free and so is my country because of people like Jason who died to make it so. God has a special place for men like Jason, men who die that their countrymen may live in Freedom. I salute you Jason from an old flyboy from Korea."
W.E. Rutledge (Ret. Major) of Visalia, CA

"On this Memorial weekend, I want to send my condolances for the loss of Jason, a real hero. Want his family to know that America has not forgotten their fallen heroes and I will pray for Jason and his family. My grandson, Patrick, who is just 20 and a new member of the armed forces, is now in flight school in Georgia and will be deployed after his graduation from flight school. I hope you will prayer for my Patrick and I will be praying for Jason. God Bless you"
Barbara Kilkelly of Laguna Woods, CA/Orange Co.

"I was a childhood friend of Jason and his brother Kris, living 2 houses down from him. I can tell you that from the very beginning, Jason wanted to be soldier. I can remember bb gun wars, "hunting trips" across the pasture and buying a five dollar rambo knife at The Bullring. When the movie Red Dawn came, Jason thought he was in it. Its amazing to see what a great man that little kid turned into. He has changed so many lives by his actions and we should all be grateful, even if you didnt know him. My prayers go to his wife, kids and to Jackie, Red, Kris and Lori. We all should be very proud of Jason, I know I am!"
Bobby Haddock of Seguin, Tx

"Dear Cunninghams,
I just got through reading 'None Braver' and of course your son epitomizes "brave." Through the ultimate sacrifice of our Savior Jesus Christ you will be with Jason again I promise. I look forward to taking part in the Pararescue career field as soon as I am eligible. Jason... we love you! Your memory will never be forgotten.

Tu'ifua 'Akau of Al Basrah, Iraq

I watched your courageous fight on that mountain in Afghanistan. Our squadron was there covering the battle from the images downlinked from the U-2 that was high overhead. When it came time to do a speach to honor an enlisted Air Force Hero your name was the obvious choice. You are a true American hero.. You gave your life so that others could live. God Bless You"
TSgt Chris Grettner of Creech, NV

"I was a friend of Jason's since we were little kids. Haven't talked to him since like 1993 or 1994. I have always wondered how we lost touch and why I couldn't find him after all these years. My prayers go out the the entire family and all his friends. He was a good person."
Amie Crowell of Lancaster OH

"Thank you Jason, you did it for your brothers, you did it for the team...

God holds a special place for Heroes like you. I'll see you again one day and shake your hand.

You are and have been sorely missed.

SMSgt Sean M. Rogan, USAF (Ret) Special Operations MC-130P Loadmaster"
Sean of Colorado Springs CO

"SrA Cunningham,
I was looking for pictures of you tonight to present to my ALS class as I tell your story and I came across this website. I am a Medic for the Air Force currently stationed at DAFB-one of my classmates had written your name in on our sign up roster and I begged him to let me be the one to present your story. After reading about everything leading up to your death and then reading everyone's comments to you on here I broke down in tears. Not because I feel sorry but because YOU ARE MY HERO as well as hundreds and thousands of others. Your story touched my heart and you will NEVER be forgotten. Thank You for your INTEGRITY, your SERVICE BEFORE SELF, and also for your EXCELLENCE in ALL YOU DID!!!!! I served in Ballad, Iraq Jan07-May07; If I have to face what you did on March 4th, 2002-I pray that God gives me the amount of courage you had that day so that I can save the lives of my sisters and brothers fighting for our freedom!!!! Jason-YOU ARE A HERO IN MY EYES FOREVER AND EVER!!!!"
SrA Monica Cales of DAFB,DE/USA

"I want to express my heartfelt sincere thanks for Jason sacrifice for all the people that will enjoy life and freedom forever on this earth. What a man what a savior he was!!!!!"
vic freeman of nixa missouri

"A true American HERO! this is who kids should look up to."
SSGT Gessner of Osan ROK

"I am 19 and am training to be a combat rescue officer. Jason Cunningham is the definition of a true hero. He died doing what he loved. Saving lives. I just hope one day i'll have the same strength and courage that he had. Freedom is not free!"
C/4c Ellis of Mississippi State University Air Force ROTC

"I had the pleasure of having Jason Cunningham in my workcenter in the Transient Line, Naval Air Station, Naples, Italy from 1995-1997. As everyone already knows, Jason was a beautiful and wonderful boy who was crazy in love with and quickly married Theresa while assigned with me. I am so proud to have learned that he became an extra-ordinary man, as I knew he would. My heart is broken for his family and for the world, as we have lost a beautiful soul. God will so enjoy his company. With Much Love, Kelly J. Harrell, ABH1, USN retired."
Kelly Harrell of Tampa, Florida

"To your wife and children....my deepest and sincerest prayers are with you...my husband is currently an active P.J., and I just have to say how very much I respect and admire your strength. NEVER QUIT!!! Thank you Jason for all you have done for this country by giving the ultimate sacrifice...You and your family will be in my prayers forever."
P.J. wife of Alb, N.M.

"May 16, 2007
To the family of Jason D. Cunningham. Jason 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"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"While in Naples Italy, I had Jason and then later on Theresa working under me. Both were always known as very good people. My son, also knew him as he helped in instructing him in TaeKwonDo. As I have only heard of this recently, I can say I have both a tears and chills over this. Tears for the loss suffered by his family, but chills for how proud I am of the man and the hero that he became."
Bob Monaco ABH1 (Ret) of Tampa Florida

"Sunday 4 Mar 07 passed as just another day for most of America. However, for a few of us who had the honor of knowing Jason, it was a reminder that 5 years have passed since his death. Just wanted his family to know that he is not nor will be forgotten."
SMSgt Lew Sutton of Bolling AFB, DC

"I am so very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine how you go on, and I pray
God will get you to a place of peace soon. We will never forget the sacrifice of our young men and women and their families. I have two sons who served in Iraq and I do know living with the fear everyday and crying for every person who has died and their families. May God be with you. Their are more people than you can imagine (out here) that are grieving for you and your loss."
of Wisconsin

"From Brazil, a word for the Jason´s family. Thanks.
God bless you and thank you for your kid´s life. Freedom isn´t free. Jason payed the price for us."
Jeferson Turbay Braga of Curitiba, Paraná, Brasil

"Dear family of Jason, My name is Jimmy Kolo and I was serching the internet for content on a movie that I was thinking of producing when I happened across Jasons site. I was very touched by his story and your loss. We are all faced with difficult times in our current political standings and I belive that we may not always have to stand behind our governments decions but ALWAYS stand behind our troops... I am very thankful for people like Jason, he makes me want to be a better person. My origanal Film was gonna be on Iraq but since learning about Jason I have become emotionally involved and have decided to redirect my production in his honor... Please contact me at any time I would love to ask you some questions, I want to do this right.. Thank you.. sincerly Jimmy Kolo-- jimmykolo@yahoo.com"
jimmy kolo of Deltona fl.

"Dear Cunninghams,
My name is Donnie Woodmansee. I am a former Marine and veteran of Iraqi Freedom. I first learned of your loss of Jason when I saw his face on TIME, along with the others from that day.
I wanted to let you know that I was friends with Jason during grade-school in Carlsbad. My mom led our Cub-scout pack. We lived only a couple of blocks away in the Tierra del Sol appartments on Church St. I was sickened when I saw his photo. His face never changed. I knew it was him the moment I saw it. I wanted to let the smoke clear a little before I bothered anyone. I know it can all be very overwhelming. I found photos of Jason at my Birthday party when we were 9 or 10 years old. I have wanted to share them sooner but didn't have any contact info. Anyway, I wanted to say that I am sorry for your pain. His memory is a good one for me because although we were young, he was my friend."
Donnie Woodmansee of Fort Collins, CO

"Dear cunninghams,
I am a prior pararescue man. Jason is a benchmarck of the orginization. It is through his memory that I and my fellow cones were able to make it through the training. We have didicated a "jodie" in his memory on our ruck runs that motivate us to push ourselves to that limit. I dedicate my career and my service to A1C cunningham. I have served a tour in afganistan and two tours in iraq and I guess to basicly say it is men like Jason D. Cunningham that I am able to fight so that others may live. To whom this is going to... May Jason rest in peace. He is my idol."
Chris McConnell of moody A.F.B. georgia

"I was deployed to a base in Pakistan in 2002 and the main road was re-named in honor of SrA Cunningham. A fitting tribute to a young man that lived the Pararescue motto "That Others May Live"
The Air Force will always remember you and miss you we are all better for serving with you.
Thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones."
TSgt C of Back in the AOR again

"A few days ago, I stood in front of the Wall of Heroes at a base in Iraq. Scanning the pictures on the whitewashed wall, I saw Jason duly honored along with two dozen other special operators. The sight took me back to July, 2002, standing in the whitewashed hallways of a dorm in Ellsworth, South Dakota, listen to taps before bed... You are not forgotten..."
m of currently serving in the AOR

"I am an 18 year old who is planning on becoming a Pj after my senior year in high school. Although I never knew Jason, his sacrifice and spirit has shown me what I want in myself. I can only hope that as a Pj I will be able to carry on his memory for generations to come.

Aj Ingle
North MS composite sqd.
Civil Air Patrol
United States Air Force Auxiliary"
Aj Ingle of Memphis, TN

"Jason D. Cunningham's heroic sacrifice to the continuation of the freedom we enjoy has touched me like nothing ever before, I just moved from Moody AFB and I remember just standing there sometimes up to an hour just paying my respects to Jason's memorial in the 38RQS. What Jason has done has inspired me to become a pararescuemen, and in 2 years, when I complete high school, I will join pararescue and every goal in pararescue I strive for will be in honor of Jason, and his ultimate sacrifice, and doing this in his honor, I will NEVER be able to give up, because of what his heroism taught me. Jason: you will always be remembered and in my prayers, as well as your family and one day, we will meet in Heaven, for the first time, and it will be the greatest honor ever for me to be able to shake your hand sir!"
Luke McIntosh of US Embassy in Cairo, Egypt

"Jason, your sacrifices will never be forgotten. As a teacher, I tell my students about your career and about your bravery. Thank you for giving us the gift of freedom."
A fellow Airman of San Diego

"Jason made everyone proud, not only of him, but of his profession. May God bless his loved ones with happy memories this Memorial Day."
Maj Cheryl Schramm of St Petersburg, FL

"Heroes die... but never forgotten.

It saddens me to see heroes like Jason die, but its true, good people don’t last…
I’ll pray for you Jason… even thou I never knew you but what my friends and people told me about you is more than enough to know and see how you’ve changed and touched these people's lifes…"
Yassin M. J. of Dearborn, MI

"I am an AS 200 Cadet with Detachment 752 in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Jason's life story has pushed me forward in my Air Force career decision of Search and Rescue. This upcoming spring semester for me is deticated to him. I know your up there looking down. I will help people in your honor."
Cadet Frank Rugh Jr of Old Forge, PA. USA

"Thank you Jason for your sacrafice, without men and women like yourself we as Americans would not be free. I nearly lost my parents in the Trade Center and as a result I now know why you fine men and women do what you do. I wish, to some day be a pararescueman in the hope that I may strive to be as honorable as you. I'm sorry for your family and I thank you for your service and sacrafice"
Christopher Martinetti of Towson University, Towson Md, United States of America

"To the Family of Jason Cunningham - especially Theresa and Daughters Kyla and Hannah. The loss of a Husband and Father provides an incredible hurt that lasts a lifetime, and is a life lesson that is very unfortunate. What your husband and the Girl's Father did for his fellow Soldiers and our Country makes me proud, and I am sure you as well, to be an American - I wish I could wave a wand and make everything right for your Family - I cannot. I was rescued by PJ's of the 38th ARRS May 28th 1970 after our aircraft was brought down by ground fire in the Parrots Beak area of Cambodia. Five years before Jason was born, I was given a gift by a PJ so that "Other's May Live". I feel like I know Jason - You and your Daughters have every reason to be so proud. May God Bless you and your Family and our Country thanks you for Jason."
SMSGT KK 16th SOS of Dallas

"Scrappy (Jason),

We had a lot of fun in Naples, Italy. I will never forget all the good times we had, epecially our NY trip to go fight at the National Collegiate finals at NYU in 2005, we sure kicked butt on the Tae Kwon Do team. I love you dude and thanks for being a friend. May God Bless your Soul. Tom, Carlos and I miss you. I'll see you in heaven.

Your friend,"
William Quetglas of Miami, FL/USA

I would like to say thank you to you and the other men who were on that helicopter with you for your service and sacrifice for our Country. And to your family, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy."
Mike Casey of El Paso, Texas

"My condolences go out to his family. I went to high school with Jason Cunningham and Jason was liked by all. Jason was known for being a happy person and nice to all. We are all extremely proud of Jason Cunningham, for not only his courageous actions, but also for how he lived his entire life. Jason is an example for all to learn from. From the way he lived his life; from the ideals he stood for, and for the tenacity to actually live by them.

Thank you to all soldiers for your courageous actions and great sacrifices."
James of Farmington NM

"I recently saw the program on the History Channel about Operation Anaconda and was amazed at the bravery of all the men involved. Everyone that serves in the military understands that they may come in harms way one day. These brave men that died and survived have my utmost admiration, respect and eternal thanks for fighting for this country. I was in the Air Force and then the Air National Guard until I retired and these men did more for their country in hours then I did in my entire career. I truely respect and will never forget these men and what they did, just as I honor all servicemen and women who serve and have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country. We use the word "heroes" for athletes, but the word only truely applies to men and women that protect our country.
God bless them all!!"
Terry of Duluth, Georgia, USA

"Thanks Jason! We will never forget!"
SSgt Karnes, Combat Logistics of Northern Kuwait

"On this Memorial Day, we will never forget! We will carry the Flag with honor and give thanks for those who have given the ultimate sacrifice!"
RFKII, SSgt, USAF of Kuwait


WW2 D-DAY MARINE 7:03 5/29/05"

"RIP Airman"
US Navy Sailor

"I just watched a program on the Military Channel featuring the fight on Robert's Ridge. It was a deeply moving segment I won't forget anytime soon. God bless your family, I am extremely sorry for your loss and how much is lost/missing or will never be because of Jason's and the other's deaths. I continue to support our cause and hope we hunt down everyone one of these fanatics now so we won't have to later."
Scott of Virginia Beach, Va

"Our heart felt condolences to the family of SrA Jason Cunninghan on this, the anniversary of his death. Jason was a true professional and exemplified the motto "That Others May Live". He will always be remembered and missed!"
The 38th Rescue Squadron of Moody AFB, GA

"Dear Cunninghams,
I never met Jason, I was stationed at Moody AFB when he was killed. I attended the service for Jason and was touched. At that time I was a MSgt getting ready for retirement. I remember feeling proud that I was stationed at the same base as Jason, He was a hero. I was glad to be, in some way, associated with your son. I am now retired and working at Andrews AFB as a civilian contractor. The guys I work with were talking today about heros past and present. I told them how I was once stationed with a real American hero. I told them about Jason and how he died. I told them about his wife and children, and how it affected me and everyone at Moody AFB. As I said, I never met Jason, but I am still proud to have served with him under the same flag. I just wanted you to know that Jason is not forgotten. Not by me!"
Jeff Conley Ret: USAF of Andrews AFB, MD

"I went through Navy bootcamp with Jason a little over 10 years ago. He was a fun guy to be around, very motivating and friendly. I'm so glad I got the opportunity to know him. Jason, rest in peace brother."
Weylin Jensen of Campbell, Ca.

"November 6th 2004, It was 3 years ago that me and Jason met one morning on the steps of the control tower at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. I am an orthopedic tech and was with the 274th Forward Surgical Team. It was a cool morning and the sun was begining to crest over the snow capped mountains. The view was beautiful, but when you looked back down you would think you were in a land fill. I think about Jason all the time. That's how I found this web site. I have been telling his story to new medics in the Army, here at Fort Bragg since we returned from Afghanistan.Jason slept down the hall from me and we would always find each other when we had casualties or when we needed to relax on the front steps and look at the mountains. Jason had a stash of Coca Cola and I was always bugging him for a can. A soda was hard to come by. When he was alerted that he was going out to roberts ridge he was very excited. He was hanging out with us in our Intensive Care Unit doing his final checks on his equipment making sure he had everything. He asked me if I wanted to have a coke with him out on the steps before he flew off. I couldn't refuse that offer. I enjoyed every drop of that soda as we looked at the stars. I did a presentation at my old Jr.High last year and again this year for Veterans Day in 5 more days. Jason has always been a part of my presentation, and again this year more students will here of how brave Jason was and that he gave them the gift of freedom.
-Thank's for the Coke Jason!!!"
Dallas C. Jones of Fort Bragg, NC

"November 6th 2004, It was 3 years ago that me and Jason met one morning on the steps of the control tower at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. I am an orthopedic tech and was with the 274th Forward Surgical Team. It was a cool morning and the sun was begining to crest over the snow capped mountains. The view was beautiful, but when you looked back down you would think you were in a land fill. I think about Jason all the time. That's how I found this web site. I have been telling his story to new medics in the Army, here at Fort Bragg since we returned from Afghanistan.Jason slept down the hall from me and we would always find each other when we had casualties or when we needed to relax on the front steps and look at the mountains. Jason had a stash of Coca Cola and I was always bugging him for a can. A soda was hard to come by. When he was alerted that he was going out to roberts ridge he was very excited. He was hanging out with us in our Intensive Care Unit doing his final checks on his equipment making sure he had everything. He asked me if I wanted to have a coke with him out on the steps before he flew off. I couldn't refuse that offer. I enjoyed every drop of that soda as we looked at the stars. I did a presentation at my old Jr.High last year and again this year for Veterans Day in 5 more days. Jason has always been a part of my presentation, and again this year more students will here of how brave Jason was and that he gave them the gift of freedom.
-Thank's for the Coke Jason!!"
Dallas C. Jones of Fort Bragg, NC

"To Mr. Cunningham and his family

Jason will always be remembered by my family for his kindness and bravery during and after he rescued my father on the cold and dangerous Hindu Kush Mountians. We still think about him and pray for his family today. Thank you."
Tyler Family

"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

"I served with Jason in Naples, Italy He was a Great person to be around. He had a spirit that encouraged and uplifted everyone. I was saddened to hear the news. God Bless Jason and His family. And God Bless America."
Michael Kober of Pensacola, Fl

"Thank you, he died for a just cause, he knew what he was doing when he signed up for the airforce. These are the real heros in today's society, ones who are willing to die for their country and for other people in other countries, that they may know what true FREEDOM really is. Once again, thank you.."
Nathaniel of Farmington, New Mexico

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

"I just heard of this site last night from a friend who lost someone she knew. So I got on today to see what it was all about. Camarillo, CA jumped out at me, since I was raised in Carpinteria, CA, which is about 25 miles or so up the coast from Camarillo. It's like home, so I linked on to Jason's site and as I looked at his pictures I felt a wealth of sadness for his family. It must be so hard to lose a son so young, the pain I feel for you is very strong and my heart goes out to you. Thank you for allowing your son to serve in our military services and fight for our countries freedom. I am a Navy vet, but was discharged over 20 years ago. Military life can be tuff and he takes a strong person to live that life. downerhaynes@hotmail.com"
Diana Downer of Kaysville, Utah

"As a former PJ, I am saddened by the loss of Jason Cunningham. He upheld the spirit of Pararescue, and gave all "That Others May Live." HooYA!!!

May his life, and the manner of his death, be an inspiration to new generations of PJs and to the Armed Forces in general."
John C. Ratliff of Beaverton, Oregon

"It is with deepest sympathy that I thank you, the family of Jason D. Cunningham, for such a great Airman who gave the ultimate sacrifice
"That Others May Live""
Kasperek family of Montana

"Thank you Jason Cunningham, 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

"We are now in shoes where you have been.Our loved one leaves Thursday, November 20, 2003. He is a senior Airman going to Irac. Our prayers are with him, and the young men that will be serving with him to keep our Country safe. Our prayers are also with you and your family. I pray that the deep pain you must feel will lessen with time."

"To the family and friends of Senior Airman Jason Cunningham:
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 Jason 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 Senior Airman Jason Cunningham:
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 Jason, 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