This is a link to the website of the United States Department of Veteran's Affairs, specifically for returning members of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Daniel has brought his professional touch to the coverage of Jordan's story. From Jordans heartwrenching homecoming to his posthumous awarding of the Navy Cross. Please visit his virtual studio to see the talent which he posseses.
An excellent website managed by Jordan's cousin Jessica Haerter. A detailed bio, tons of photographs, lots of memories, and reader comments make this site a "must see" for information regarding Jordan, his life, his death, and his incredible heroism.
Based in Long Island, NY this group provides financial assistance to those who have served. Their current emphasis has been on those service men and women who participated in the global war on terrorism.
A national motorcycle group riding in respect of the fallen. If you ride, you should join. Jordan's father, Chris, is a proud member.
Their mission is to preserve and promote the history of the UH-34D Marine Helicopter and the men who flew and maintained it during war and peace. An excellent site with a memorial page to Jordan. This group graciously gave of their time and their skills in honor of Jordan at the dedication of his Memorial and the LCpl Jordan Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge ceremony in Sag Harbor, New York.
This is the official site of "The Walking Dead". 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment of which Jordan was so proudly a member.
Marine Corporal Christopher Scherer of East Northport, New York was killed by a sniper in the Al Anbar region of Iraq on July, 21st 2007. This is the website created by Christopher's family to honor his supreme sacrifice and indomitable spirit.
The mission of Hope for the Warriors™ is to enhance quality of life for US Service Members and their families nationwide who have been adversely affected by injuries or death in the line of duty. Hope for the Warriors® actively seeks to ensure that the sacrifices of wounded and fallen warriors and their families are never forgotten nor their needs unmet.
The mission of Honor Flight is to transport America's veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit those memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices. By November of 2009 Honor Flight had transported 35,996 veterans of World War II, Korea and Viet Nam to see the memorials built to honor their suffering and sacrifice to keep this great nation free and a world leader.