Noonie Fortin: Honoring our Female Soldiers

Women WarriorsIN MEMORY — is dedicated to some of the women  and men I have known who have died.

IRAQ — is dedicated to the American women who died while  serving our country in Iraq or near-by countries during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

AFGHANISTAN — is dedicated to the American women who died while  serving our country in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom.

OTHER AREAS — is dedicated to the American women who died while serving our country in  other areas of the world since Desert Storm and 11 September 2001.

THE PENTAGON — is dedicated to all the American women (and one man who I personally knew) who died when a plane hit The Pentagon on 11 September 2001.

OKC — is dedicated to the American women who died when a bomb blew up the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on 19 April 1995.

DESERT STORM — is dedicated to the American women who died during the Gulf War of 1990-1991.

VIETNAM — is dedicated to the American women who died while  serving our country in Vietnam.

EARLIER WARS —  is dedicated to the American women who died during the Korean War, World War II, World War I, Spanish-American War and Civil War.

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3 thoughts on “Noonie Fortin: Honoring our Female Soldiers

  1. i know what happened to Hannah Gunterman. How she was found, where and when her rifle was found and who else was involved in her murder.
    i was there if i had been 10 minutes earlier, i would have been the one discovering her body.
    kathleendiaz@att.net
    please contact me if you want to know. her family needs to know.

    • Omg!! You, SFC Diaz, are what all of us family members who were brushed to the side without true answers wish would come forward! You are a true Patriot, a TRUE soldier that I am very honored to be fighting for America!! I want to say Thank you for coming forward to give the family what they have probably been dying slowly not knowing. Jennifer Norris and Noonie Fortin have started a wonderful project here, trying to help the families whose loved one was just “another” number, and the way the law is set, basically leaves us with no or little fighting chance so family members just give in and leave it alone but at the mean time as slowly dying from the “not knowing.” My sister is SSG Caballero and we are yet to get any where closer to simple answers then when she passed in 2014. I just had to voice my adoration for what you have done for Hannah’s family and I pray that there will be one decent TRUE soldier that will come forward for my sister’s death answers and everyone else as well…God bless you…

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