The Khobar Towers Bombing Survivors Association would like to thank the following people and businesses for their generous donations and support of the Khobar Towers Bombing survivors and the families of the nineteen lost June 25th, 1996:

Louis Freeh, former FBI Director, for his unwavering effort to find those responsible and bring them to justice.

Perry D. Jamieson for his book, Khobar Towers Tragedy and Response, that chronicled that terrible night and it's aftermath and his effort to find and tell the truth about the Khobar Towers Bombing.

NASCAR for their support of the families and survivors by displaying the "Never To Be Forgotten" decal on the "B" post of all cars entered in the Cup race at Sonoma in 2006 and the Cup race at Sonoma and Nationwide race at Road America in 2011.

The #21 Little Debbie Ford Fusion, driven by Ken Schrader and owned by the Wood Brothers/JTG Racing Team on June 25, 2006 marked the occasion in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series by carrying a special decal honoring the nineteen men lost in the Khobar Towers Bombing on the lower rear quarter panels and B-Post location during the race weekend at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California.

SIGNS BY TOMORROW, 99 Seaboard Lane, Suite 800, Brentwood, TN 37027, for their generous donation of the decals used by NASCAR and the Wood Brothers Racing on the tenth and fifteenth anniversaries. The Awards Shop, 2019 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834 for their generous donation of our membership lapel pins.