Some refreshing news this Memorial Day Weekend:
I didn't find his site from the MSM, though they've reported on it. I found the Preserve and Honor website because he linked to a story on Project Honor. I looked around his site, and finding no donation buttons or ads, I sent him an email, only knowing his name. As I looked a little further, I found the press page. And this kid is doing the right thing for the right reason. My fallen Brothers are NOT just numbers and they should not be a cash cow. He understands this.
I was a little apprehensive as I clicked the "Two Ways You Can Help" link. I was worried that my hopes would be dashed with a request for money. No, he is asking you to help in his efforts, to correct any errors in spelling, to add to his catalog of their awards, to send him a picture of their headstone. He's not asking for much, just for you to go visit your local heroes and help him set a database to honor them.
He has a facebook page for his efforts.
What I did not expect was that he was a high school student, but it did not surprise me to find his family has a long history of Military Service.