Frame of Honor - Military Display Cases Honoring Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Veterans of all Wars.
Frame of Honor - Military Display Cases Honoring Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Veterans of all Wars. Frame of Honor - Military Display Cases Honoring Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Veterans of all Wars. Frame of Honor - Military Display Cases Honoring Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Veterans of all Wars.

It was September 1969, I was standing in the LAX International Airport with my family preparing for my departure to Vietnam. My Father could sense my uncertainty, as he himself was a Marine in WWII on the Marshall Islands during the Pacific Campaign. He know all to well what was ahead for his son. He approached, pulling me aside to explain that this was something that I had to do for my country and family. He said it was going to be hard but he felt confident I would serve with pride. At the end of the conversation he leaned in and said, "Eddie, if they would let me take you place, I would". Here was my father, a combat veteran, my father, in his heart willing to confront the horror of war again as an expression of the love for his son. These words of love have forever remained in my heart and soul.

On April 12th 2005, my father and US Marine died of Alzheimer's disease. At the service taps were played and the folded flag from his coffin was presented to my mother. She in turn walked over and presented the flag to me. I wept with pride. For me, this flag represented the character of the man, his courage and bravery, which made him who he was, a soldier and a father.

In memory of him I decided to build a display case as a frame of honor out of respect for his service and love for his country and family. To this day his Frame of Honor hangs in my home as a constant reminder of his soft, caring voice... "Eddie, if they would let me take you place, I would"".

- Edward D. Riley, Vietnam Veteran, US Army 1969 - 1971

Custom military display cases - Honoring military veterans one frame at a time.
Owned and operated by Edward D. Riley, Vietnam Veteran, US Army 1969 - 1971

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