Michael Reagan, a combat veteran who served during the Vietnam War, is helping families of fallen soldiers heal and remember their loved ones. In fact, he sends two fallen soldiers home to their families every single day.
Reagan is not only a military veteran, but he is also an internationally recognized artist. And now, Reagan is determined to not let the memories of the fallen be forgotten.
Each day he completes two drawings of fallen soldiers and sends those drawings home to their military families.
He started the Fallen Heroes Project and here's an excerpt from their website describing what Reagan is doing for these families.
Custom Portraits of Fallen Soldiers Drawn Free of Charge
What if all you had left of a loved one were photos and memories? For those having a family member killed as a soldier in the War Against Terrorism, that is all families have left. Using a family's favorite photo, a professional custom hand-drawn portrait is available free of charge to families of all service men and women killed in Iraq or Afghanistan from portrait artist Michael Reagan.
Enjoy the following touching video sharing the story of combat veteran Michael Reagan as he looks into "The Eyes of a Hero."
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