Welcome to HEBREW HAMMER
The creation and dedication of this website is to honor the legacy of a young man, our son, brother, and grandson, who at the young age of 25, paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Those that were fortunate enough to have met Daniel, know that he was always there for those he loved and became a close friend to everyone he met. He had such a fantastic sense of humor, and an infectious laugh. Daniel loved and lived life to the fullest and brought so much joy to this world and to all who knew him.
His dedication to our country and his sacrifice has made the world a better place for all of us.
May God Bless SPC Daniel Agami and the four valiant soldiers killed in action alongside him on June 21, 2007: SGT Alphonso Montenegro II, PFC Thomas Leemhuis, SGT Ryan Wood, PFC Anthony Hebert.
“It doesn’t take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle.” – General Norman Schwarzkopf Jr.
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The Enduring Traditions program ensures the Free Exercise of religion guaranteed under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution for Jews serving in the United States Armed Forces. The Aleph Institute is appointed by the United States Department of Defense as an Ecclesiastical Endorsing Agency to recruit, vet and endorse Rabbis to serve as Chaplains in the Armed Forces, so that wherever a Jew is stationed or deployed he or she will have access to a vibrant Jewish program through an enriching educational experience with the vital resources and materials that Jewish soldiers and their families need to stay connected to their Jewish heritage, observe and enjoy the Jewish holidays and live a Torah-true life while in service.