Yellow Ribbons-Page 2

For Our U.S. Troops and Allied Forces

To the Brave Men and Women in the Armed Forces:



For many years, hanging a yellow ribbon on objects such as trees, cars, and mailboxes has been the symbol to show someone you care about that you miss them and to wish them a quick and safe return home. We hope to carry on that tradition by filling these pages with yellow ribbons for our troops overseas.

(Added to the site on 3/18/03)

**Do you have yellow ribbons hung at home?**


If you have a picture of yellow ribbons in your area
and want to send a JPEG or mail a photo to share with us, click below:

 Send Pictures to:

Contact Soar


We would love to see them!

 Click below to view the submitted photos.


Our Ribbons at Home



If you would like to tie your yellow ribbon too:
 Click Below to Post Your Name Underneath a Ribbon.

Send your Name, City, and State or a brief message
to the e-mail address below.
No street addresses or phone numbers)
The ribbons are limited to 3 lines of text.


**Tip on sending your message**

The ribbons are limited to 3 lines of text in the columns.
Using all upper-case letters will take more space and limit your message.

For example:


          Yellow Ribbons




There are 300 ribbons in each section, 100 per column.
To help you get to your section quickly, bookmarks have been added for each.
Just click the section number from the list below.


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Spc. Zen Samten

Prescott, Az.

Gone but NEVER forgotten!!!!!



 Sean Dial..He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1



My prayers go out for you.

Thanks for your sacrifices.

Hilliard, FL.




Captain Kerry Taylor

Memphis, Tn.



Noah Thomas McArdle





 Stanley and Barbara Davis-Lancaster, KY



Praying for the safe return of my nephew,PFC Allen Schoepf - I love you Al! Thea Bloys Lubbock, TX



In remembrance & to thank those who still fight the good fight for freedom. Aumen family, Smithfield, NC


















































































































































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