Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Master Sgt. Kevin N. Morehead

33, of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Morehead died in Ar Ramadi, Iraq of wounds received when his unit executed a raid on enemy forces. He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Died on September 12, 2003.

President Bush, left, greets Special Forces Master Sgt. Kevin Morehead, right, in this March 2002 photo at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

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"Although I have had the bracelet for years, given to me by my son when he was serving I just today went on line and found out what a hero your son is. I do pray for him often."
Johnqqsr@gmail.com of Cincinnati, Ohio

"I served with Kevin Moorehead in the 90s at Ft Bragg. Kevin was one of my mentors he was a soldier that a new soldier like myself looked up to. Kevin was a born leader and I am proud to have known him.
I would like to share a couple of my favorite stories with his family.
I had tested for the EFMB and after the written test they didn't call my name for passing the test, I was so disappointed that drove home to WV. On Saturday morning my Grandma said somebody from the Army is on the phone, it was Kevin saying he had the people recheck the list and my name was on it they just skipped it. He took the time to check and then look at my records to find my Grandma's phone number. A true leader.

Second story I had got promoted to specialist and immediately went to jump school I couldn't wait to get back and see Kevin because now we were the same rank and I could call him by his first name. I got back and saw him in the barracks hallway I said "hello Kevin", and he said "It is Sergeant Moorehead." I said "congratulations" no first name for me.
I think of Sergeant Moorehead regularly and pray for his family."
Brian Collins of Glen Dale WV

"Hello my name is Sam. I didn't personally know Master Sergeant Morehead but I was in the battle with him the day he lost his life. To be specific, I was with the group of guys that got him out, I drove him to the medevac site and helped the others put him on the medevac helicopter. I just wanted to say to the family and loved ones of Master Sergeant Morehead that I am sorry for your lost and my thoughts and prayers are always with you all."
Sam of USA

"Kevin was a good friend and soldier. I helped him train for special forces training and becoming a SF medic 18D. Kevin stayed with my wife and I in Fayetteville NC and used to play guitar and hang out. He was a good Christian man and loved his country. Sadly I found out of his death at Camp Morehead. I wear a memorial bracelet in his honor. De Oppresso Liber!"
Chris of Ft Bragg, NC

"Every year at SHOTShow, the industry trade show for the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoors, my first stop is the American Snipers booth where I pick one of the memorial bracelets (along with a slew of patches and coins). For the next year I wear this bracelet to honor a fallen hero. Throughout the year many people will ask about the bracelet so I do some research so I can properly honor the life that was given to help ensure our quality of life.

This year I chose MSG Kevin N. Morehead. He will be with me for the range trips and family BBQs and everything in between.
I hope that in some small way this ensures that MSG Morehead is not forgotten.

It was an emotional moment when I removed Cory L. Palmers bracelet and put it on my office shelf next to the other fallen brothers. I dream of the day that I no longer have a bracelet to wear..."
Jonathan of Sebastopol, CA, USA

"I am writing this on behalf of my father. now retired SFC Steven Fierro. While I may have never met him in person I know my dad was really close to him. I wanted to say that I ran in his honor for Fort Campbell's run for the fallen today. My dad didn't know that I did that for him until today too. It made him sad because he had to relive that moment because he was there with everyone but it made him happy too."
Leya Thomas of Fort Campbell Kentucky

"Kevin.....it has taken me years to write anything although I think of you everyday. I think what if.....although we butt heads quite a bit I respected everything you said and taught me. I owe everything to you for where I'm at in my career. You gave me the support and motivation to go after something most don't, and I thank you for it. I'm thinking of you everyday....but especially today."
N/A of N/A

"My name is not important what is important is that after many years since Master Sergeant Moorehead was killed in combat that his memory lives on in the soldiers that he served with. I was fortunate enough to know him, I served beside him and miss him to this day. He was undoubtley one of the greatest men to dawn a green beret. He was one of the greatest influences I my career. When I lead troops today I often think of him, his sacrifice, his family..... Them I make my decision. He stands alone as the best Operator, medic, soldier that I have ever served with. God bless him, his family and all that knew him."
ZK of Ft Bragg

"I too wear a Memorial bracelet with Kevin's name on it,a soldier is NEVER forgotten by his family be it birth or military."
Ian MacGregor of south Florida

"Thank you to all the comments left on this Memorial of my husband Kevin. I know he would be so humbled by all the wonderful comments. thank you for keeping his memory alive. God bless!"
Theresa Morehead

"Happy Birthday in Heaven....SHMILY"
Theresa Morehead

"M/Sgt. Morehead,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country-not just in OIF but also for your service in Desert Storm and Afghanistan as well. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Green Berets All The Way!"

"I still miss you. I don't care how much time has passed, it still feels like yesterday. I know you are in Heaven but my heart is still broken. I will love you til I take my last breath. Looking forward to the day we are reunited in Heaven with our little girl! You are still my only love. SHMILY"
Theresa Morehead of Fayetteville, NC

"I am sadden to find this out 10 years late having served with him at Ft Bragg in the '90s he was a true warrior and a good man, someone the younger guys looked up to. I salute him and my thoughts are with his family may they know many will miss and mourn him."
J Doris of Cumberland, RI

"Kevin, thinking of you and Bill today..."
Stew of houston, tx

"I had the honor of knowing Kevin and working with him in Afghanistan. I shared his memory with my church today and I want Kevin and his family to know he is not forgotten. I pray everyday and thank God for allowing me to know such a great man."
Shawn of Telephone, TX

"Memorial Day 2013
Kevin, you are not forgotten!
God Bless,
Steven Bell
Little Rock Firefighters
IAFF Local34"

"Kevin was my friend and he is missed. I have read through this page a few times over the years and couldn't ever seem to find the words to leave a message. I often think back to the fun times we had in the duck blind, deer hunting or just hangin' out. He was probably the funniest person I've been around. Fun guy with a great heart.He was always a hero in my eyes and I'm honored to have known him.March 18,2013"
Wayne Ramko of M'boro, Tn

"Kevin was my room mate in the Combat Dive Course. I am going to do a memorial swim today to honor his memory. Mark"
Mark of Florida

"TO THE MOREHEAD FAMILY: Words cannot explain how good a soldier he was to everyone. Kevin could never be replaced. Yes, he might be gone but he still walk among us every day."
Hallinston Robins of Colorado Springs, Colorado

"Kevin, you are gone but NEVER forgotten. You will always be remembered as the best soldier I knew. I am so pleased to say that we were buddies. I think of you every day my brother. Our time together in the 274th will always be my favorite memories of my Army career. Thanks for the good memories. Heaven is a much better and safer place today because you are there. We will meet again my brother."
Hallinston Robins (SFC ret.) of Colorado Springs Colorado

"Thank you for serving your country, your fellow countrymen. Most importantly, Thank You for laying down your life for our freedoms."
jim of danville, VA/USA

"Happy Birthday Kevin, we will never forget, it is seared into our hearts and souls forever and it is like it was yesterday and tomorrow and next year it will always feel like yesterday, take care of my Steve over there, he does this for you..God rest your soul.."
Lenah and Steve of Washington State since 2004

"I just found out about Kevin and I was devastated ! I was in jr. high and high school with him, I hope all his family are as proud of him as I am .You are all in my prayers!"
Ronald Glover of LittleRock ark

"One of the best damn soldiers I ever met"
Kevin Rusnak 274th FST, Ft Bragg NC of Carmel IN

"I have just stumbled across this site in search of information on camp Moorehead afghanistan due to the fact that I am on my way there. After reading all of the notes that everyone left it is an honor to have the chance to be at camp moorehead. As I go day to day I will keep in mind who the camp was named after, I have never known him but someday I will meet him and at the least tell him thanks."
mike of 101 abn div

"On this Memorial Day, we have decided here at Osage Hills State Park in Oklahoma that it is not enough to drop our flag to half mast without doing so in memory of specific service member. MSGT Morehead should and will be remembered, and on this Memorial Day there is a picture of him on our office door, and our flag is lowered in his memory."
Mike Vaught of Pawhuska, OK

"Six years ago today Kevin gave his life in service to our nation. I never knew him, but my boyfriend is Army SF at Camp Morehead right now. I am thankful for every one of these brave men. And I wish my most heartfelt condolences to the Morehead family today."
Lynn of Arlington, VA

"To the family of MSG Kevin Morehead:
Kevin represents the best in this country. I met Kevin in May of 1989. He was my first roomate at Fort Bragg. I quickly came to admire Kevin for his dedication to his country, his mental strength and courage, his quick wit, and his general goodness. He was driven. He would not settle for being anything less than the best. Kevin told me from the start he was going to be in Special Forces. As one would expect from Kevin, he achieved this goal. Then he surpassed it and became a leader of the best. I admire him; I stand in awe of who he became and what he accomplished. His sacrifice for his country and his life are not forgotten.
Theresa and Taylor, your husband and father was a great man. I can only imagine how you miss him. Mr. and Mrs. Morehead, Kevin spoke of you all the time. He loved to recall the days he spent in Bald Knob with his family. My deepest condolences and prayers are with you all. Kevin is truly missed.
email: fourhillsbkhf@yahoo.com
May 25th, 2009 - Memorial Day"
Brett Hill of Tampa, Florida

"Godspeed Kevin.
My wife and I both knew Kevin from Central High and we want to let his family know his sacrifice is NOT FORGOTTEN!
Little Rock Fire Dept.
Captain Steven Bell
Cindy Bell (Duggar)
March 27, 2009"
of Benton, Arkansas

"Kev our boat still sits out here empty without you.."
of Washington

"To Jim, Jeanette, and Kristen,
I am so sorry to hear about Kevin.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Sarah Gammill"
Sarah Gammill of New Orleans, LA/USA

"Hello Morehead family, When I had heard that Kevin was shot in Iraq, I thought to myself....."If they got Kevin, then noone is safe over there". I served with Kevin in the first Desert Storm. We spent a huge amount of time together in the desert. He told me all about college and what to expect someday when I go to college, he played the guitar at times. He chewed dip until he ran out and waited for more to come from the states. We had alot of fun together. He reenlisted, I got out and finally went to school, I am getting degree number 5 soon and I like to think that he had alot to do with getting me over the idea that college was too good for me. Kevin has left the best of memories with his unit during Desert Storm and in Panama as well. Kevin is the soldier that all of us wish we could be as good as. I think of him from time to time and will miss him always. America has lost one of its best."
Dr. Danny Hammond of Denver, CO

""Buck Knife" and I went to the Q course together. I didn't know he and Bill were gone until today. You have my deepest sympathy. Kevin was the best of us all and I wouldn't be here today without him. His memory will live on forever with his brothers. "De Oppresso Liber""
Bradley of 1-10 in Stuttgart

"August 20, 2008
To the family of Master Sgt. Kevin N. Morehead:
Kevin 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

"I am the Commander of a Special Forces company stationed at Camp Morehead, Afghanistan. The camp is located in eastern Afghanistan and is the training ground of the fledgling Afghan Special Forces.

 The camp was named for Kevin Morehead. If any family members have any interest in knowing more about the place named for Kevin I would be honored to provide it. 

 Please except my most sincere condolences for your family's loss. 

 Please email mdc7219@gmail.com
Very respectively,

Mike of Afghanistan

"I have been reading the comments that people have written in Kevin's memory, and they have truly touched my heart. You do not know how much the family appreciates your thoughts and prayers. Kevin was a HERO. He died serving his country...which is the way he would have wanted it. Kevin and I grew up together. We were only 2 months apart in age, and more like brother and sister than cousins. Kevin was alot of fun, but he took his responsibility as a soldier to heart. He was very passionate about the Army and serving his country. He was a very driven person. He was a Christian, and would freely share his beliefs to anyone that would listen. When we were younger he would play the guitar and we would all sing gospel songs with my Grandpa. I laugh and tell everyone now that he and Grandpa are in Heaven right now, and Kevin is playing the guitar and Grandpa is singing gospel songs. Thanks to everyone that has left messages, and to those of you that are wearing bracelets in his honor. I know it means alot to his mom, dad and sister...and his extended family as well. May God Bless You!!!"
Sherri Jones of Bryant, AR

"Today, I was reading the things written about you again. You were truly a HERO. Words can't describe how much I miss you every minute of the day. You were such a wonderful blessing in my life and I thank God daily for the time he allowed me to have you as my only precious son. No Mother could have asked for a more loving Son. I look foward to the day when our family will be together again in Heaven forever. I hear you call my name, Momma, at my lowest times. You always drew the Momma out in long syllables, so I know it's you, because only you could say it like that! I look up every night at the brightest star, you might be hanging aroung looking down seeing me too..."
Jeanette Morehead of Benton, AR USA

"I wear a memorial bracelet upon which Kevin's name, unit, date and place of death are shown. This was given to me by my son Caleb (who is an Army CPT., veteran of Afghanistan service and serving presently in Iraq) nearly two years ago. It has not left my wrist since I received it.
I am so honored to wear this bracelet and shall do so until the day I die when it will again go to my son. I pray every day that Kevin's family shall know that he is not forgotten and his sacrifice was not in vain. I salute him and all our nation's men and women in uniform. They truly are my heros!"
Bradley Lewis of Canandaigua, New York, USA

"Wherever there is a need for justice and peace, soldiers like Kevin stepped up to the plate and willing placed their lives on the line. In the end they like he gave the ultimate sacrifice. His memory will never fade as it will always be carried in the hearts of those he led, loved and served.May God keep all those impacted by his loss and bring solace,comfort and a sense of understanding of why this happened. He died doing what he wanted to do, be a soldier and in doing so earned the highest honour any soldier can be given, being a hero.
God Guard Thee"
C/RSM Stephen A Gallard of Victoria, British Columbia

"To the Family of Kevin N Morehead. I deeply exspress my condolesces for your loss. Alway know for the rest of you life that Kevin Died for what he Believed in "De Oppresso Liber""
XXXXXX of Where the Stars always shine

"To the family of: Kevin N. Morehead I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. He died a hero defending freedom. May you have the peace and understanding that only comes from God. Prayerfully, we will 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, Gateway Community Church, 11677 Brown Bridge Rd., Covington, GA 30016. (770)787-1015. Your friend in Jesus Christ,"
Pollyu Ballew of Covington,Ga

"I never forget that time when i gave a call to Kevin's family to forward my greetings and congradulations to Kevin becouse of arresting Saddam Husain by US forsec in Iraq .
i heard this answer was told by Kevin's life partner (Theresa )
"Kevin is not in this world anymore, he is in Heaven"
...he was the only nicest person i have met in my life ,word of "friend" had only one meanning in his idea (no color different,no culture and no religion)the only thing that he expected from his friends having clean and kind heart .Kevin can be the best example of those who not only supported their Country and Nation but they were saviour of 1000s of people in Afghanistan and Iraq to bring them freedom ,bring them message of peace and democracy and put on shine of a reall human life on them .
We proud of him ,we keep his memory perennial in our heart till there is beat ."
Osman Babakhan of Takhar Afghanistan now live in Belize

"Teresa,We would just like to tell you,How the Lord has substained you and we can see how the Lord has given you grace in your life since Kevin has gone to be with the Lord.You are a blessing to us.May the Lord continue to bless you .Love in Christ."
Bob and Linda Keefer of Greenbrier Tn.

"My husband and I new the Mooreheads from our Sunday School Class from South Haven Baptist Church in Springfield TN. They was great to be with in class and at get togethers we had. We miss Kevin but we know we will see him again in glory. Theresa is still in our class and we love her very much. She is a wonderful lady and a great friend."
Jimmy & Shelia Sloan of Greenbrier TN.

"Today is October 5,2005 and we still think of Kevin each day as this war in Iraq is still claiming lives of brave men and women who fight for our freedoms in the USA and the freedom of others around our world which is what Kevin stood & fought for. We met Kevin & Theresa in our Sunday School Class and we felt a closeness with them from the time we met.Kevin had such a humbleness about him and a Christ like attitude, And Theresa was then and is today a beautiful Christlike person inside and out and a very good friend. We will always miss Kevin , I know that he cannot come back here but in Christ we will see him again. In Loving Memory of Kevin"
Chester & Terrie Shrum of Springfield, TN

"Kevin is a continued inspiration as he gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom and defending against terrorism. He will be remembered, honored, and I will wear his memory on my wrist to remind me of how to be as a soldier. I, like Kevin, will strive to give the best possible care to our soldiers here and abroad."
Patrick Fullerton of Orlando, Florida USA

"We love and care for you Theresa, if there is anything that we could ever do for you it is to be here for you always, we will always honor Kevin and you in our hearts forever.
Love always,
Steve and Lena"

"2/24/2005 - I feel blessed wearing Master Sgt. Kevin N. Morehead's Hero Bracelet. I received the bracelet with his name on it February 14, 2005 (Valentine's Day). I never knew Mr. Morehead, but I feel so very proud to wear this bracelet bearing his name. He is truly an American Hero. In my prayers I pray for Kevin, Theresa and Taylor. I pray you find God's peace, His comfort, and the love, pride and gratitude of all Americans. Jesus lived only 33 years on this earth as did Kevin. It seemed so short, but the wonderful impact of their lives will live on forever. I know Kevin is watching over his family and friends in Heaven with God right beside him in peace. God Bless You! (I would love to hear from you Teresa and Taylor. e-mail: modog@worldnet.att.net"
Peggy, Mike and Mikayla Klein of St. Michael, MN USA

"I worked with MSG Morehead off and on from '91-'93 in the 44th Med. He was was one of the best medics I had ever met. His goal was to be a SF medic and it was clear that he would make it. His technical knowledge and professionalism as an NCO was way above his peers. Even while preparing for SFAS, he was always there for the Soldiers assigned to his squad. God Bless his family and team mates."
CPT Bill McLin of FT Sill, OK

"I also received Kevins name on a bracelet. I will wear my bracelet with pride knowing that the name of a hero is inscribed upon it. Not knowing Kevin myself I can tell he was a kind man from his pictures and what I have read about him. Know that Kevin and his family will be in my prayers everynight."
heather of tampa, fl/USA

"To the family of Kevin,

I had the pleasure of serving with Kevin before he went SF and after. Kevin came out to "rescue" me one afternoon when I got stuck on one of the tank trails at Ft. Bragg. I was in awe of him then and was still in awe of him when I ran into him when I got to 5th Group. I wish I knew what to say, there are no words... May God bless you and keep you."
Jim, 5th SFG (A) 1997-2000 of Atlanta, GA

"I received my KIA bracelet today with Kevin Morehead's name on it. I found info on the internet about Kevin and shared it with my family. I will wear this bracelet in honor of Kevin and his ultimate sacrifice for our country. He and his family will be in our prayers."
Terry Ayers of Hicksville, OH United States of America

"Today at the college (Potomac State College in Keyser, WV) I attend people were handing out stickers for the students to wear with a veterans picture on it. And I had the honor of wearing Master Sgt. Kevin N. Morehead. He seemed like a great man."
Carissa of Avilton, Maryland

"In Loving Memory..Its been a year..9/12/04

At the rising of the sun and at its going down, We remember them.
At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of Winter, We remember them.
At the opening of buds and in the rebirth of Spring, We remember them.
At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of Summer, We remember them.
At the rustling of leaves and the beauty of Autumn, We remember them.
At the beginning of the year and when it ends, We remember them.
As long as we live, they too will live;
for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.
Rest in Peace Dear Soldier!!! We will NEVER FORGET!"
The Grogan Family of Lakeland, TN

"Thank You for your service. Met your very proud mother today at Pulaski Bank Drive Thru- Had to pay my tributes. Forever Grateful."
Brandy of Little Rock, AR

"De Oppresso Liber. Rest in peace Kevin."
A Former Ranger of Fayetteville, Arkansas

"We love & miss you, Kevin!! melaniebayne@yahoo.com (cousin)"
Melanie of Little Rock, AR

"I would like to say that Kevin Morehead was one of the finest Christian men I have ever known. I had the priviledge of knowing him for the last 20 years. I saw him grow into one of the finest soldiers our country could have. He was a man to be reckoned with if you messed with his family and he was a man who humbled himself before the Almighty and ask forgiveness. Kevin was a devoted husband, and father to the only child he had but above all he was a devoted Christian. He loved people and was not afraid to tell others about Jesus. I know your with Jesus and your grandpa now but your always in my heart. I pray that others who read about kevins life will be blessed to know he gave his life that we might have the freedoms we have. He will never be forgotten."
Phillip Woodson of Searcy Ark. USA

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

"I knew Kevin in high school, thinking he was a pretty special person then, but having no idea in my 16-year-old mind the type of man he would become. My deepest and most sincere condolences to his wife, Theresa, and his family. Kevin's service, leadership, bravery and valor have left an indelible mark on the history of our country and I am so proud to have known him, even if it was for such a short period of time. His great and boundless spirit will never be forgotten and will always remain in our hearts and our minds."
Jennifer of New Orleans, LA

"I thank GOD for people like MSG Morehead who are willing to give their lives so that others may live in freedom. I came to this country looking for that freedom and found that it was not free. I am glad to hear that MSG Morehead was a Christian and loved GOD, I know he is still alive. I will be going to Iraq this month and in my heart and mind I will remember MSG Morehead and his family, I will do the best job that I can in his memory and in the memory of all those who have given it all even for people that didn't know them. To the family of MSG Kevin N. Morehead, I know the pain does not go away, but please remember that he is admired and loved by many. GOD bless you always, my prayers are with you!"
SFC Rick Rivera of Ft. Sill, Oklahoma

"Theresa my name is Sarah Hawkins my brother 1st class sgt William M. Bennett was killed the same day as your husband Kevin me and my other brothers , my sister and our parents want you to know that we have thought of how you are doing we didn't know how to get a hold of you to give you our sympathy we are stuggling with our lose of our brother but we know that they gave their lives for there country and we are very proud if you ever need someone to talk to email me at tnteddybear37725@aol.com"
Sarah Hawkins of Dandridge,TN USA

Please KNOW so many people share your sadness, and we are remembering your family in your loss and your deep grief. Your HERO, Kevin, will be remembered by name. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you. Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"The first time I met Kevin in the Q-course I could tell there was something special about him. He was a true professional and a loyal friend. I know his family, friends and team mates will truely miss him. God Bless and rest in peace Brother!"
Dominique Greydanus of San Antonio, Texas

"Thank you Kevin Morehead, 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

"Kevin and I were in the same pledge class in our fraternity at the University of Arkansas. In fact, he inspired me to join the Army so many years ago.
I have so many memories of our time during that period of our lives. I feel fortunate to have been able to attend his funeral, particularly right before I head to Iraq.
He was a good friend and I will always remember him. If any member of his family would like to see old pictures and such, don't hesitate to contact me.

Shane Springs of Fort Hood, Texas

"Kevin and I went to the SF Qualification Course together. Words cannot express the amount of respect I have for him and what he stood for. He was a great man and a great patriot. My most sincere condolences to his family, he will be missed."
Pete Schichtel of Fort Bragg, NC

"My brother Mark was on Kevin's team. I know he will be missed by all. My heart goes out to the entire family and you are all in my prayers."
Kim Conant of Boston, MA, USA

"I just finished reading excerpts of a letter published in the NY Times today from Sgt Morehead. Thank you for allowing us to know something about this brave man. I will say a prayer today for his family"
Rick of Pensacola, FL

"I am the wife of Master Sgt Kevin Morehead and I was reading the messages that everyone left and it was indeed a comfort that he had so many people supporting him. He is the love of my life and I will miss him so very much. I have always thought of Kevin as my hero and now he is America's hero. I am very proud of him and I know that one day we will walk the street of gold together hand in hand for eternity with our little girl Taylor and Jesus. Thank you for your support and prayers. Kevin was my best friend, great husband and a devoted Christian man. I adored him and will love him until the day I die. Thank you so much for your comments, they mean so much to me.
God Bless you"
Theresa of Adams, TN

"I know that no amount of words will ever be able to equal the loss that you have suffered, but please know that Kevinís sacrifice will never be forgotten nor will it go unnoticed. I just want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers will be with you, and that Kevin and so many others are heroes that I am forever indebted to. Thank you so much, and May God Bless you."
Andy of Athens, Georgia

"To friends and family of Master Sgt. Kevin Morehead: Would like to pass on my condolences. I am the mother of Specialist Jonathan Cheatham of Camden, AR. Specialist Cheatham joined heaven's military July 26, 2003. My prayers will continue to be with your family. I cannot say I know exactly how you feel but am I sure our feelings are mutual. I know you will continue to be proud of having such a wonderful soldier in your family. Always know his departure is temporary. You will see him again and the next time is for eternity."
Dr. Barbara Porchia of Camden, AR

"I did not know Kevin very well from a personal standpoint, but I know that he was a good soldier. In my opinion, he was the epitomy of what a Special Forces NCO should be."
Tim Smith of West End, NC

"Kevin was a friend of mine. He'll be missed."
Chris Kahn

"To the family and friends of Master Sgt. Kevin Morehead:
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 Kevin 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 Master Sgt. Kevin Morehead:
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 Kevin, 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