Coming home: Tributes to the fallen

Hames, Jacqueline M.
May 2009
Soldiers;May2009, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p19
The article presents information on portraits being done by Michael Reagan for the Fallen Heroes Project. As stated, Eric Herzberg is a recipient of the work of Reagan when his Marine son died on October, 2006. It is noted that Herzberg requested for a dual portrait of him and his son and from then on, Herzberg has been working with the Fallen Heroes Project. Reagan is reportedly a Vietnam veteran who started doing portraits of fallen soldiers for free.


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