Monthly archives: April, 2008

Soldier Story: Ebe F. Emolo

Each day, we will randomly highlight one service member’s life, and include links and stories. We choose to never forget, and this is our way, before the run, to remember our fallen service members. Army Spc. Ebe Emolo was born in Ivory Coast. He lived his teenage and young adult years in France. And after…


Soldier Story: Kyle W. Burns

Each day, we will randomly highlight one service member’s life, and include links and stories. We choose to never forget, and this is our way, before the run, to remember our fallen service members. Kyle W. Burns was a die-hard sports fan. “He was one of the kids that went out there when it was…


Soldier Story: Kemaphoon “Ahn” Chanawongse

Each day, we will randomly highlight one service member’s life, and include links and stories. We choose to never forget, and this is our way, before the run, to remember our fallen service members. Cpl. Kemaphoom A. Chanawongse enlisted shortly after graduating from Waterford (Conn.) High School in 1999 over the objections of his mother,…


Soldier Story: Michael A. McGlothin

Each day, we will randomly highlight one service member’s life, and include links and stories. We choose to never forget, and this is our way, before the run, to remember our fallen service members. Growing up, Michael A. McGlothin was the skinny kid with big glasses who always worked hard at school. “That kid couldn’t…


Soldier Story: Gregory B. Rundell

Each day, we will randomly highlight one service member’s life, and include links and stories. We choose to never forget, and this is our way, before the run, to remember our fallen service members. Gregory B. Rundell, 21, was serving as a Specialist for the Army when he was killed by enemy sniper fire while…