Memorials & Tributes Honoring Michael ... (reverse chronological order)   Page 1 of  6

  • Summary of Michael's Life (Warning: large document not intended for all viewers!)Copyright 2014. Do not reproduce without written permission.
  • 2016 - Dog Tag Brewing partners with Pabst Brewing Company who now serves as their national production and distribution partner. Michael is one of approximately 200 fallen military featured on their Legacy Larger beer cans (top right).  Find Dog Tag Beer near you!  Go to our Scholarship Fund page for more information on donating to the Maj. Michael Martino Scholarship Fund. 
  • 2016 (TBA) - Movie “Battle of Fallujah” starring Harrison Ford is based on Bing West’s book “No True Glory” which mentions Michael (“Oprah”) in unabridged version. He was the Forward Air Controller (FAC) who called in airstrikes on enemy targets. He earned the Combat Action Ribbon and Bronze Star with Valor for his heroic actions … saving many American lives during this fierce battle.
  • 2014 - Dog Tag Brewing features Maj Michael D. Martino on their website (under Fallen Heroes) and also on two of their beer cans. (middle right).  Click Here!   
  • 2014 – TSA Bomb Sniffing Dog “Mmartino” is named to honor Michael. Click Here!  and  Click Here!
  • 2009-2014– In memory of Michael, his mom has organized getting packages to the military serving on active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Between  Oct 2009-Dec 2014, over 4,000 packages have been sent to over 2800+ Soldiers and Marines. God Bless Our Troops!
  • August 2013 – American Legion Post (located off Exit 163, Lorton, VA) – Michael listed on Memorial. (bottom right & center)
  • Dec 2012 – Cobra Helicopter dedicated to Maj. Martino & Maj. Bloomfield at Camp Pendleton, Ca.  (bottom left & center)
  • Sep 2009 – Publication of Lost Heroes Art Quilt companion book by Julie Feingold with in-depth stories of various Heroes written by their mothers…Michael representing the State of Virginia. Click Here!
  • Sep 2009 - Lost Heroes Art Quilt Dedicated… Michael represents the state of Virginia on the quilt which is 5’ high and 15’ long. This quilt has been exhibited all around the country and is currently believed to be located at Arlington National Cemetery.  Click Here!   (right center)               Continued on following pages...