It's official. The memorial will be placed in April.  We are absolutely thrilled to be able to post one of the pictures of the clay model of the memorial statue.  After this stage, the cast is made, and the bronze is poured. The statue is then moved to the Military Freefall School for placement. It has taken almost two years of hard work (some tears on my part) and cooperation from the Army to get to this point. A huge shout-out and warmest thank you to Randolph Rose Collection, which has worked with us along this journey, offering wonderful ideas and support in keeping our costs low. Thank you to the Schneider family for their incredibly generous donation, to the Ward and Crowe families for their continued support.Another thank you to Jaime and Jake Baker for covering the cost of the statue base.   My heartfelt gratitude to all those who have donated towards our mission. It’s impossible for me to say how much you mean to us all; without you, we wouldn’t have been able to get this far in honoring all those who died while involved in military freefall training.