Folks, I have a problem that is a big deal to me personally and professionally and after reading what is happening, you'll feel it too... As you all probably know, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was hit with some nasty weather earlier this year and in April a tornado ripped up the city and surrounding areas killing around 300 people, injuring hundreds more, and causing huge financial chaos and loss. A military friend of mine has come upon a Purple Heart Ribbon and a name that was found in the rubble. So far, she has run into several roadblocks in getting this ribbon back to the rightful owner. So far, she has made contact with the National Personnel Records Center who told her that the family of the individual can request one if they decide to do so. Obviously, they missed the whole point of what she is doing. What can she do with a name so she may try to return it to the recipient or his/her family? As of now, I have mentioned she call her local PD to see if they can/will assist her. If I recall correctly, she lives in Birmingham. Any help to get this Wounded Warrior their ribbon would be highly appreciated! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!