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By Kevin Powers
May 10, 2009
The presenters on stage read all of the 387 names added to the wall this year.
over 4 years ago
God Bless our fallen brothers and sisters, may they R.I.P. I am glad that they will never be forgotten and thanks for their contribution for fighting crime and helping their fellow man. Heroes all!
God bless these true heros.
God bless everyone. These are the men and women we should never forget. They all put their lives on the line for us. God bless all of you.
May God bless you all ....
I had the honor of there in 2007 as an escort officer for our oficer's widow. This is one of the most moving ceremonies during police week.
This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen .What I can remember from the 2005 event . that whole week was so over whelming.To hear your husbands named called and all of the other officers killed Is an honor that I will never forget God Bless everyone.
This is a privilege, and a honor! I can can remember in 2005. When I was there, To hear my husban name called, it was so moving that I'll never forget, Its a experiences that will always live with me. My heart and prayers go out to all the fallen officers and there familes, and the departments, May God be with you all. I just hope and pray that each of you will one time r another Go to this it is truely a Honor, For all are men and women that sacrifice there lives each and everyday.... God Bless
What a great opportunity too preach the gospel and too lift up the name of Jesus Christ over all. And Him be glorified.
Thank you brothers and sisters for doing what you were chosen to do and doing it well. Your detication and service will never be forgotten and my thoughts and prayers are with the Familes and respective Departments. God Bless
Fallen Officers will always have that "Special Place". God Bless them all.
I was privileged to speak at NAPO in 2008 and to attend the memorial service. It was probably one of the most moving experiences of my life. If you are an officer or law enforcement supporter, the Memorial is something ALL should see and experience. It is a tribute to the supreme sacrifices made by our brothers and sisters have made, and a reminder to all what every officer in this country risks for our country and citizens every time they go to work!
God bless the men and women who have given their lives for us. God be with the families and friends. I watched the videocast of this last night and was very moved. We will never forget and we won't let the world forget. God bless you each and every one.
SPECIAL AGENT ROBERT PAT FLICKINGER YOU WERE DENIED THE HONOR OF THE NATIONAL WALL,BUT ARE STILL HONORED ON OKLAHOMA'S LE MEMORIAL WALL AND IN OUR HEARTS. WE MISS YA BROTHER.
If you're a LEO, or even if you're not, you should expeience this in person at least one time in your life...pictures just don't do it justice.
05/14/09 ... Wish i could have been there we must truely never forget, god bless everyone.
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