The Matthew Freeman Project

Captain Matthew Freeman, USMC (1980 - 2009)

I truly believe in what we are doing here. I am doing this for my family; so that they need not fear, My country, so that it can be a beacon of light for the entire world; the men around me, because no one could ask for a more august company than the men of the US Armed Forces and finally I do this for myself so that I might know the measure of myself and in the end not be found wanting. I believe that it is my duty to fight and having done all that I can to simply stand against this and all the evil works upon this Earth.

Captain Matt Freeman, USMC
Final journal entry, August 2, 2009

Matt was a classmate, friend, and brother-in-arms. His story is one of thirty-three featured in the book; it tells of his last moments, fighting for his fellow Marines.

The Matthew Freeman Project honors Matt's memory by realizing his vision of helping children in Afghanistan and other war-torn countries by providing them with school supplies.

Make the commitment, buy the book, and support The Matthew Freeman Project by buying a book via the one of the links on this page. During Veterans Week, The Matthew Freeman Project will receive all book royalties as well!


Some details:

- The book makes a great gift! Take care of your holiday shopping early!

- The Kindle version provides the most money for The Matthew Freeman Project. (Don't forget you can read Kindle-formatted books on almost any device. You can also give the Kindle version of the book as a gift!)

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